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DP World under union microscope
The International Transport Workers’ Federation is to target standards at DP World terminals around the world. 07 Jun 2017 - Port Strategy
The gender divide
Great strides have been made in breaking down the gender bias in ports, finds Dave MacIntyre 03 Jun 2017 - Port Strategy
Past its sell-by date
Spain’s port labour system is overdue for reform, as Mike Mundy explains 03 Feb 2017 - Port Strategy
Boosting morale
Felicity Landon investigates how to keep employee morale up in tough times 30 Oct 2016 - Port Strategy
APMT’s Fejfer to step down
APM Terminals’ chief executive Kim Fejfer is to step down from his position on November 1 to make room for Morten Engelstoft, currently chief executive of APM Shipping Services and of Maersk Tankers, in the APMT hot seat. 22 Sep 2016 - Port Strategy
Study points way forward for container safety
A new independent study reveals that there’s a worrying mismatch when it comes to health and safety at ports with workers reporting higher levels of work-related harm than recorded in company data. 12 Sep 2016 - Port Strategy
Workplace wearables
Wearables can target safety and communications, finds Martin Rushmere 05 Sep 2016 - Port Strategy
On the job
Ports need to weigh up the pros and cons of different shift lengths, finds Martin Rushmere 03 Aug 2016 - Port Strategy
A seat at the table
Port authorities can play a bigger role in labour mediation, finds Martin Rushmere 27 May 2016 - Port Strategy
Yilport promotes Blauert to CEO
Turkey’s Yilport Holding, part of the Yildirim Group, has appointed a new CEO in order to help realise its target of becoming one of the top ten international terminal operators. 18 May 2016 - Port Strategy
Patience is a virtue
Employing local people in port concessions isn’t always easy, as Felicity Landon reports 03 Nov 2015 - Port Strategy
Safety at the sharp end
Safety systems success depends on everyone buying into the idea of 'safety first'. Felicity Landon reports 27 Apr 2015 - Port Strategy
Training for tomorrow
John Bensalhia puts on his thinking cap to investigate the training initiatives available to ports 03 Apr 2015 - Port Strategy
Training games
Kent Busk delivers his vision of future virtual port training that is both cost effective and accessible 10 Feb 2015 - Port Strategy
Locked up and out
Labour relations need to be transparent to all the parties involved, explains Martin Rushmere 08 Dec 2014 - Port Strategy
ITF hits back over Euro ports’ directive
The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has criticised what it calls persistent attempts to erode the job security and working conditions of dockworkers in Europe. 25 Nov 2014 - Port Strategy
The hidden message
H&S campaigns falling short? There may be more to the message than the signpost finds Stevie Knight 20 Aug 2014 - Port Strategy
Splitting hairs on testing methods
Oral and urine testing are the normal methods associated with drugs and alcohol screening, but there are alternative methods of testing that give even more interesting results. 12 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy
A bitter pill
There's no room for drug or alcohol-induced errors in the harsh port environment, as Alex Hughes explains 11 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy
The London Gateway experience
When Sarah Bishop started a six-week internship on London Gateway’s environment team, her view of environmental management was, she says, very typical – she assumed it would be mostly about ecology and energy consumption. 02 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy