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Compliance with safety and security rules is mandatory for anyone in the terminal; DP World Luanda reserves the right to refuse access to any person who does not comply with its safety rules. For vehicles allowed entering the terminal, drivers must comply with traffic plan. The terminal is under CCTV monitoring 24/7.
Access to terminal
Anyone not having access badge must go through the reception and request authorization. Non-authorised vehicles are prohibited in the terminal.
The following Personal Protective Equipment is mandatory:
Safety boots (required in operational areas)
- If safe to do so, rescue anybody in immediate danger.
- Secure the scene of the incident; do not interfere with the incident scene.
- Follow the instructions of emergency response team
- Await further instructions from the Duty Supervisor or Incident Commander.
In case of evacuation go to the nearest assembly point. Two shots siren 10 seconds to indicate the evacuation of the terminal.
In case of incident, please notify HSE Team on "93 02 18 008" or "92 44 97 139" and provide as much information as possible about the incident:
- Description of the incident (e.g. leak, spill, vehicle accident, fire etc.)
- Details of Injured Persons.
Accident = An incident where injury, ill-health or environmental harm occurs.
Fatality = Death of a worker in the current reporting period.
Near miss = an incident where no injury ill health or environmental harm occurred but has the potential to do so.
LTI (lost time injury) = An Injury directly related to a workplace incident resulting in injury or illness where through medical direction or personal circumstances the person is unable to return and complete their next scheduled work shift.
MTI (Medical Treatment Injury) = An Injury from a workplace incident resulting in injury or illness where the person can only receive prescribed medical attention by an authorized medical practitioner. Following treatment this person can either return to normal or restricted duties without the loss of a full shift.
First aid = An injury directly related to a workplace incident that requires attention immediately after the injury occurs. It often consists of a one-time, short-term treatment that requires little technology or training to administer and where the person can return immediately back to unrestricted work.