IIP Accreditation 2011
IIP Accreditation 2014
IIP Accreditation 2017
IIP Accreditation 2020
In 2011, Almi Tankers gained recognition according to the Investors in People (IIP) Standard, which demonstrates commitment to growth and to improving business performance through the development and recognition of people at all levels. This recognition was renewed first in 2014, then in June 2017 (Silver Level) and then in October 2020 (Gold Level) following re-assessments by IIP International.
Investors in People was founded in 1991. They are a Community Interest Company leading the drive for better leadership and better workplaces. Having started out as a UK Government project, they are now an independent, not-for-profit company that helps thousands of organisations to lead, support and manage people well for sustainable results. IIP work with organisations across the world who listen to and develop their employees to help them achieve their true potential. This international recognition helps companies to attract and retain vital talent.
The performance model
A journey of continuous improvement
The performance model creates a roadmap for continuous improvement against the Standard’s framework. This approach is based on extensive research into the concepts of performance and change management and sets out the criteria for different levels of accreditation; Accredited; Silver; Gold and Platinum.
Simply put, the model describes the practices and outcomes required for better performance and higher accreditation. Progression through the model maps out how practices are embedded within an organisation, starting at the “Developed” stage and progressing towards “High Performing”.
The principles and practice are in place, communicated, and understood. Everyone in the organisation knows what is expected of them.
Employees are actively engaged in ensuring that principles and practices are applied consistently. These ways of thinking and behaving become secondnature within the organisation.
Employees actively drive positive outcomes, taking ownership of the principles and practices, and applying their knowledge to solve new problems.
4. High Performing
The principles and practices are fully integrated with wider activities. Employees take responsibility for delivering consistently positive results, always with an eye on future improvement.