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DIVETECH UNDERWATER SERVICES in fulfilling its legal obligation and its responsibility to provide a place of employment which is free from recognised hazards has set forth this Statement of Policy reinforcing its commitment to maintaining a safe environment at the work site. This Statement of Policy is the cornerstone of the company's Safety Management System (S.M.S.).
It is the policy of DIVE-TECH underwater services that the conduct of its operations, to ensuring:

. The safety and health of all personnel involved in its activities.
. Damage to property and equipment is avoided.
. Harm to environment from company activities is minimized.

It is the intention of DIVE-TECH management that NO operation is so important that it cannot be carried out safely and with due care and attention to prevent damage to property and the environment. In carrying out this intention, the following principles should be applied:

1. Accidents can be minimized by proper management, training of personnel and implementation of appropriate     safety standards.
2. Personnel should be educated and committed to maintaining high standards of HSE awareness.
3. HSE implementation is line management (supervisors) responsibility which emanates directly from Senior     Management.
4. Proper planning at the work site will prevent accidents to personnel, damage property and environment.
5. Employees should actively participate in the establishment and continuation of HSE procedures.
6. Employees need to be kept informed of conditions which may cause them harm.
7. All personnel have an equal and continuous responsibility for maintaining HSE standards.
8. Good operating practices will safeguard all employees and result in a more efficient operation.
9. Equipment is fundamental to safe operations and should be maintained to company, class and industry     standards.
10. Commitment to Team Work.

This policy is communicated openly and at every opportunity to EVERYONE and has equal status with other primary business objectives. This policy will be reviewed and updated annually.

10 September 2008