The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea
We provide, on call, a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service and a seasonal lifeguard service. Our Values reflect the way we do business as an organisation.
The RNLI saves lives at sea.
To end preventable loss of life at sea.
Our work is based on and driven by our values. Our volunteers and staff strive for excellence and are ...
Selfless: willing to put the requirements of others before our own and the needs of the team before the individual, able to see the bigger picture and act in the best interests of the RNLI, and to be inclusive and respectful of others. Prepared to share our expertise with organisations that share our aims.
Dependable: always available, committed to doing our part in saving lives with professionalism and expertise, continuously developing and improving. Working in and for the community and delivering on our promises.
Trustworthy: responsible, accountable and efficient in the use of the donations entrusted to us by our supporters, managing our affairs with transparency, integrity and impartiality.
Courageous: prepared to achieve our aims in changing and challenging environments. We are innovative, adaptable and determined in our mission to save more lives at sea.
Our lifesaving service is provided wherever possible by volunteers, generously supported by voluntary donations and legacies.
Independent of Government:
We do not seek funding from central government.
Major charity, community based:
We operate through local teams, centrally directed and resourced.
Our exceptional expertise is in the preservation of life at sea and on the water through prevention and rescue.
We are proud of our history and tradition and of the RNLI’s achievement of saving lives over nearly two centuries.
We are committed to being an inclusive organisation by encouraging diversity in our workforce, volunteers and supporters. We promote equality of opportunity for all, based on an individual’s ability and their potential to contribute to the RNLI.
We aim to reduce energy consumption, which will improve our carbon footprint and reduce costs – making donations go further.
Projects that reduce our impact on the environment include ground source heat pumps at new lifeboat stations, a wind turbine that powers Aith Lifeboat Station, and a variety of energy-saving measures in our offices.
Our long-term plan is to slow our carbon footprint expansion, reach a steady state, then achieve year-on-year reductions while still meeting our need for increased operational activities.
Aletheia IMS Personnel have have been selected to implement the new electronic Safety Management System, (Q-Pulse) for Kelvin Hughes.
Kelvin Hughes Ltd is a world leader in the development, manufacture and supply of maritime navigation, surveillance and security radar systems. The company sets the international standard in solid state radar sensor technology with SharpEye™ and its market leading tactical and situational awareness radar display softwares.
Continuously the market innovator for radar sensors and systems, Kelvin Hughes has an enviable history and an unprecedented list of technology firsts - from the first type approved radar in 1948 to the world’s first commercially available multi-purpose solid state radar.
SharpEye™ is sold into a diverse range of markets and applications from naval and commercial maritime navigation, port Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) and coastal surveillance to ground surveillance and marine security applications.
With a product range covering land and sea, Kelvin Hughes demonstrates its expertise in solid state radar detection technology with a depth and breadth that no other company can match.
Kelvin Hughes has embarked on a programme of continuous innovation with a vision to place itself amongst the fastest-growing companies in the industry.
Aletheia IMS is Proud to continue its support for the UK Defence & Aviation Industries
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