UniSea is a software and consultancy house with a dedicated shipping and offshore focus. Our main office is in the beautiful town of Skudeneshavn on the west coast of Norway. An area with a strong connection to the ocean, and a long history of shipping spanning from the Viking era to the modern-day offshore industry.
Since 1997 We have delivered market-leading HSEQ and operation support software to a large number of vessels and companies worldwide. Our portfolio includes modules for procedures and manuals, checklists, incident reporting, PTW, audits and findings, Risk/SJA, ISPS, 14001, fuel reporting, daily reports, tender and contract management, and more.
At UniSea, we specialize in optimizing our customer’s internal work processes through user-friendly and industry-specific solutions. We strongly believe that our shipping-IT experience, industry focus, and partnership-way of doing business makes us a unique software company.
Our philosophy is to continuously develop user-friendly, easy-to-use products, working alongside our customers to ensure that our products meet specific shipping requirements.
The Transparency Act came into effect in Norway on July 1, 2022. The purpose of this legislation is to promote corporate respect for fundamental human rights and decent working conditions, as well as to ensure public access to information. The Act mandates larger enterprises to conduct due diligence assessments to halt, prevent, and mitigate negative impacts on human rights and decent working conditions. The Act grants consumers and other stakeholders the right to information about how companies manage these issues concerning the production of goods and the provision of services. It ensures public access to information on how enterprises handle negative consequences for fundamental human rights and decent working conditions.
Under the Transparency Act, anyone can request information from the enterprise about how they manage actual and potential negative impacts that have been assessed in the due diligence evaluations. UniSea AS is fully aware of this responsibility and will respond to any inquiries in accordance with the requirements set forth in the Act. As a general rule, inquiries will be answered within three weeks.
As an integral component of our quality management system and our commitment to preventing human rights and labor standards violations, we actively seek to be informed of any suspected breaches within our value chain. We strongly encourage our employees to report any such concerns through our internal reporting system. For external whistleblowing related to suspicions of human rights or labor standards violations within our value chain, as well as inquiries about Unisea’s compliance with the Transparency Act, please email us at email@example.com. Kindly mark the subject line with “Transparency Act.”