Terminal Safety Guide

Download MICT Safety Brochure for the detailed description of the ff:
  • 12 Basic Life Savings rule in MICT  
  • Safety and Health Policy Statement  
  • Safety Information Map  
  • Emergency/Safety Guide Map  
  • Hotlines  
  • Safety Guidelines for Visitors, Contractors, Truck Drivers  
MICT Safety Brochure (1.50 MB)
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Safety and Security

  • 13-Safety Officers (all DOLE-BWC accredited Port Safety Practitioners) monitor and implement occupational health and safety in day-to-day terminal operations. 
  • MICT has a hazardous cargo control area to ensure the safe handling of dangerous goods. 
  • Annual certifications for fire safety are secured from the local fire department for all MICT buildings and facilities.  
  • Daily Safety Orientation (M-F 1300H-1600H) is conducted for all incoming new truck drivers.
  • Employee welfare is promoted through continuous training and effective implementation / enforcement of OSH programs that will enhance port productivity and economic development efforts.
  • An Emergency Response Team (ERT) composed of sixty (60) members from different departments is ready to take action in case of complex or unusual emergency situations Fully equipped with modern firefighting equipment and life saving equipment.
  • The ERT members continuously undergo training and seminars.
  • A 24-hour clinic and medical team equiped with an ambulance is ready to respond to emergencies inside the terminal.

Surveillance System

  • MICT Eyes

    A joint-project of ITSS and CRM, MICT eyes or Live CCTV feed empowers the user for a live HD video feeds of selected locations available 24/7 to Public. The locations we provide are at Pre-Gate, Gates, Delpan and Exit Lanes. 

  • CCTV Port Surveillance System

    Maintained by both ITSS and Security and Access Control (SAC) Department, MICT maintains State-of-the-Art CCTV System (PTZ, Fixed and Dome Type) for Internal use with a great retention period housed in a Central Monitoring Room manned by CCTV operators 24/7.  
 

GENERAL INFORMATION AND SAFETY GUIDELINES

  1. Visitors are prohibited from entering the terminal without the permission of the MICT Management. Only those on Port business will be admitted. 
  2. Visitors are not allowed to tour the terminal without a Safety and/or Security escort except, with the approval of the CRM Director or his appointed and authorized deputy. 
  3. Visitors are required to comply with all PROHIBITED, MANDATORY and WARNING signs. 
  4. Only adults (18 years old and above) will be allowed to MICT premises.
  5. Pedestrians are strictly prohibited in the container yard and other operational areas. Use shuttle service to reach your destination or workplace.
  6. Loitering inside the terminal is not allowed.
  7. Physically handicapped persons and those under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol will not be allowed to enter the MICT premises
  8. No person will be granted access to a vessel without the prior approval of the Master or Agent.
  9. Use only the vessel gangway for safe ingress and egress of the vessel.
  10. Parking of vehicles must be in the designated areas or other areas as instructed by the MICT Representative.
  11. Personal Protective Equipment (hard hat, safety shoes, high visibility vest) must be worn at all times in operational areas. Sandals, slippers, high heels are strictly prohibited.
  12. Eye protection such as safety glasses, welding shields must be worn in any work area that may present a risk of injury to the eyes against flying particles or harmful rays.
  13. Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the port zone except for Smoking permitted areas marked with prominent signs.
  14. Photography and video recording within the port area are prohibited without the permission of MICT Management.
  15. Contractors are required to attend the safety briefing prior to commencing work.
  16. Contractors must remain in designated areas at all times and use approved travel routes into and out of site.
  17. Contractors, Chandlers and other Service providers are required to have their own working vehicles, marked with company name and equipped with blinker. Vehicles without blinkers and labeled company name will not be allowed to enter and transact business inside the Terminal.
  18. Always keep headlights on at night. Do not rely solely on Terminal lighting.
  19. Observe the maximum speed limit of 20 KPH and obey all posted warnings.
  20. Except with the written approval of MICT Management, no open fires shall be carried out inside the port zone.
  21. No hot work shall be carried out on board the vessels and on land without prior approval of the Management.
  22. Except with the approval of the MICT Management, no storage of highly combustible/flammable materials in the operational areas is allowed.
  23. Entrance of vehicles (light and trucks) with mechanical or electrical problems and/or in bad condition is not permitted.
  24. Repair of vehicles inside the terminal is prohibited; vehicles that have broken down will be towed out of the terminal at owner’s expense.
  25. Only authorized persons should be allowed to be near the bollard area when the ship/ vessel is berthing alongside the wharf.
  26. Sleeping inside the port is prohibited specially underneath any vehicle and equipment.
  27. Entrance and/or consumption of alcoholic beverage is prohibited inside port premises
  28. Driving alongside vessels being worked is prohibited unless delivering cargo directly to the vessel. Arrangement must be made to seek the approval of the Management.
  29. Drivers must wear a safety vest, safety footwear and hard hat when not in their cabs.
  30. Passengers who are authorised to be on the port must remain in the truck/vehicle at all times unless directed to vacate.
  31. Drivers should remain in their trucks unless absolutely required to be on foot.
  32. Use caution around any suspended load. Never drive or walk under a suspended load.
  33. Horse play i.e. instigating a fight, playful behaviors, fighting, etc. is strictly prohibited inside the port zone.
  34. Keep all working areas clean and tidy. No littering, spitting is allowed.
  35. Keep your seatbelt fastened when inside the vehicle and driving.
  36. Persons are not permitted to ride as passengers on cargo handling equipment of any kind, except when the equipment is being used for training or testing or when authorized by the management due to the nature of the passenger’s work.
  37. Except for fire fighting activities, no person shall use firewater for any other purposes.
  38. Chassis twist locks must remain locked while driving on Terminal
  39. Keep a safe distance from other vehicles in the Container Storage Areas.
  40. No cars, of any kind will be allowed in the areas of the container yard (CY) and the dockside.
  41. Practice driving is strictly prohibited inside the Terminal.
  42. Fishing or swimming in the port waters is not allowed.
  43. Use the toilet provided in the workplace.
  44. Use caution when crossing the RTG runways.
  45. Do not park on or near Quay Crane rail tracks, equipment travel routes and other operational areas.
  46. Do not perform any work or operate equipment if you are not trained to do so.
  47. Do not enter inside the container stacks
  48. Do not use cell phones or entertainment devices while driving or walking on foot in operational areas or amongst moving equipment.
  49. Do not throw anything overboard and take precautions that nothing can fall overboard. Use the proper waste receptacles for disposal.
  50. Accidents of any nature, pilferage and other safety matters must be reported to the CRM Safety Office @ 247-80-75
 

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