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Abu Dhabi Terminals celebrates 4 million hours without Lost Time Injury

29/04/2015
Abu Dhabi Terminals celebrated a new record in health & safety by completing 4 million man-hours without LTI (lost time injury) on 20 April 2015 which equals 603 days since the last LTI.   

The 4 million man-hour achievement is rare across the industry and reflects ADT’s commitment to maintaining a zero-accident work environment by setting a stringent HSE policy, audits and regular safety briefings. A large contribution has been down to the proactive involvement of the whole team in reporting unsafe acts / conditions and taking action before they become serious.

Neil Watson, Chief Operating Officer, ADT said: “ADT does not compromise on safety; as a world class global container terminal, safety governs every aspect of how we do business. This remarkable safety milestone could not have been achieved without the exceptional teamwork and attention to detail by all ADT employees, its contractors, and sub-contractors; but most of all, it could not have been achieved without everyone following the correct safety procedures.  Everyone has worked hard as a single team for this recognition. “

Khalifa Port Container Terminal has been designed for safety and ADT’s safety mindset starts at the top where the senior management team is a key part of the HSE efforts and is completely dedicated to creating a safe workplace.

Part of ADT's safety culture comprises emergency drills, regular safety talks and in-house training programs that arm employees with the latest HSE skills and knowledge needed in the port. All these mechanisms together assist to work safely for the benefit and satisfaction of ADT’s clients.