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Abu Dhabi Terminals marks 3-million hours without Lost Time Injury

by ASC Staff on Oct 4, 2017


ADT said that the landmark was achieved by putting a strong leadership emphasis on the importance of health and safety within the organisation.
ADT said that the landmark was achieved by putting a strong leadership emphasis on the importance of health and safety within the organisation.

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Abu Dhabi Terminals, operator and manager of the Khalifa Port Container Terminal (KPCT) is celebrating 3 million hours without LTI (Lost Time Injury).

“As a remarkable milestone of work safety indicator, this achievement, showcases ADT’s continued commitment to the health and safety of its employees and operating environment,” the company said in a release.

Maintaining a zero-accident work environment, with a high number of no-LTI man-hours, is uncommon in the industry.

ADT said that the landmark was achieved by putting a strong leadership emphasis on the importance of health and safety within the organisation.

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“This value, along with a progressive HSE policy, regular audits, and safety briefings for all employees, ensures that the highest levels of safety and vigilance are ingrained in the daily work routine at Khalifa Port,” the releases added.

This not only benefits ADT employees, but also its international clients, in maintaining a seamless supply chain network.

The Senior Management at ADT dedicates itself in creating a workplace designed to protect those who operate there. Emergency drills, regular in-house safety and training programs ensure the most up-to-date HSE skills and knowledge at KPCT.

“At ADT, we consistently prioritise safety and wellbeing in the workplace and this is evident at Khalifa Port,” said Martijn Van de Linde, CEO, ADT.

“Every employee is kept fully informed with the latest health and safety procedures. It their commitment and attention to detail that has led to this great milestone. We are exceptionally proud of this achievement and as always, will seek to improve yet again going forward,” he added.


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