Industry Sectors - Health and Safety



Top Five Tips for Automated Terminals

 22 Aug 2017

When converting a manual container terminal to automation, there are five stages that need to be followed so that installing automated equipment and building the infrastructure goes to plan

  Automation and Optimisation, Health and Safety, Port Planning & Finance


US Navy Halts Operations After Warship Collision

 22 Aug 2017

The US Navy’s Chief of Naval Operations, John Richardson, has ordered a fleet-wide review of seamanship and training in the Pacific after the second major accident in two months happened Monday morning when the USS John S. McCain collided with an oil tanker off Singapore

  Global Issues, Health and Safety, Security, Surveillance and Detection, Shipping


Sailors Missing After Another US Navy Ship Crash

 21 Aug 2017

Another collision has taken place in Asia’s seas between a US warship and commercial vessel, the second incident in two months

  Health and Safety, Oil, Gas and Chemical Handling, Security, Surveillance and Detection, Shipping


Culprits Named After Hong Kong Pollution Disaster

 17 Aug 2017

Chinese media has revealed the vessel operators behind the collision that caused a palm oil spill in the country’s mainland waters as Singapore-based Pacific International Lines (PIL) and Global Marine Service (GMS)

  Environment and Sustainability, Health and Safety, Oil, Gas and Chemical Handling, Shipping



Police Chase Ends at LA Port After Man Falls From Crane

 17 Aug 2017

A police pursuit ended at the Port of LA yesterday (August 16, 2017) when a man climbed onto a crane following a wild pursuit with police and fell to his death

  Health and Safety, Port Focus, Security, Surveillance and Detection


Containership Freed From River Scheldt Banks

 15 Aug 2017

Traffic to and from Antwerp, Europe's second-biggest port, has resumed after the 366-metre CSCL Jupiter containership was freed from the banks of the river Scheldt which connects the port to the North Sea

  Carriers, Health and Safety, Port Focus, Shipping


SOLAS Information Every Shipper Should Know

 15 Aug 2017

Simon Everett, Managing Director at Strainstall, has discussed the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Verified Gross Mass (VGM) rules with Port Technology in further detail

  Container Handling, Global Issues, Health and Safety, Shipping, Supply Chain


[Video] Grounded Containership Blocks Antwerp Port

 14 Aug 2017

A drone has captured the moment the 366-metre CSCL Jupiter containership ran aground on the banks of the river Scheldt this morning (August 14, 2017) while sailing from Antwerp to Hamburg

  Carriers, Health and Safety, Shipping


Grounded Containership Blocks Antwerp Port

 14 Aug 2017

Traffic to and from Antwerp, Europe's second-biggest port, has been halted by the 366-metre CSCL Jupiter containership after it ran aground on the banks of the river Scheldt which connects the port to the North Sea

  Health and Safety, Port Focus, Shipping