Strong leadership and management involvement is critical to building a responsible safety culture. At Global Ports, our Board and senior executives understand that the tone is set from the top and are fully committed to driving forward our safety agenda. The Board is responsible for setting the Group’s health and safety strategy, and for creating the overarching policies and safety standards that set the guidelines for safety throughout all of Global Ports’ operations. Senior management oversee implementation of the strategy and run the initiatives across all our businesses.
Safety performance is monitored closely and reviewed on a regular basis to establish a plan of action and targets for the coming months.
Our goal is to build and embed a sustainable safety culture that changes the way our people think about health and safety, that is easy for our people to understand and that is simple to implement.
Ensuring a safe working environment
We expect our people to put safety first in everything they do. To achieve this, we invest in Safety, providing suitable resources, training and time with priority given to addressing behavioural and cultural attitudes.
At the same time, we recognise that the work place is a dynamic environment so we constantly review our working processes to ensure they are the safest they can be. As a company we aim for continuous improvement.
The Group has put in place a focused safety management framework that covers all aspects of performance monitoring, benchmarking, target-setting, training and development.
For detailed safety rules applicable at Group’s terminals please proceed to the their relevant pages.