Octo Marine Quality and Environment Policy

The consideration of the needs and requirements of all stakeholders, in particular those of our customers, our employees and our partners, is at the heart of our quality and environmental policy. To this end, OCTO MARINE has put in place a management system to guarantee efficient delivery of its services, commitment to the protection of the environment and the prevention of pollution and compliance with legal obligations and regulatory requirements.

Our policy is focused on the two following aspects:



OCTO MARINE sets the following goals:

  1. Increase client satisfaction by the timely turnaround of products with a high standard of quality.
  2. Increase the turnover of the company in order to gain increased stability and service efficiency, and evolve our equipment.
  3. Ensure quality of work and continuous improvement by undertaking ISO 9001 certification of our activities and processes.
  4. Offer our employees education and training opportunities for continuous professional development.
  5. Not accept any engagement in activities which would reduce the confidence of our competence, impartiality, judgement or operational integrity.
  6. Respect client confidentially for all operations carried out on their behalf.



OCTO MARINE sets the following goals:

  1. Guarantee our ISO 14001 certification by our commitment to reducing our environmental footprint.
  2. Put into place the necessary means to respect legal, regulatory and other requirements to date and going forward.
  3. Continue to develop and increase awareness of our "Think Outside The Bottle" campaign against single use plastic onboard yachts.


As company Directors, we are committed in making available all the necessary means and resources to meet the requirements of our quality and environmental policy. We are fully engaged with the objective of continual improvement of our company in a global and participatory approach and encourage all staff members to take an active role in meeting this objective.


Dustin WILSON, Ashleigh WEST

March 2019 - Revised August 2020