Iain MacIntyre finds out how ports have had to overcome old-fashioned thinking to ensure a viable workforce in the future
There is still much to be done to address the issue of poor mental health among port workers, finds Kate Jones
Mental health issues are not being properly addressed in ports — that’s the message from ex-workers and specialists in an exclusive Port Strategy (PS) feature.
The campaign to encourage more women into ports is gathering pace. Felicity Landon reports
Workforce diversity strategies for ports and terminals demand the same care and commitment as sales and marketing plans, according to a top Navis executive.
Iain MacIntyre speaks to experts in the field from around the world to examine the level of cyber security risk presented by the human factor in ports.
Port Strategy follows up on the issue of bullying in ports with a first hand account of a former employee of an Australian port that claims to have suffered in its hands. Iain MacIntyre reports.
Iain MacIntyre asks key stakeholders if workplace harassment and bullying in ports is a global issue
Pinkerton’s Weynand Haitjema explains the options available to ports facing down sabotage from both within and without
Apprenticeships or graduates? Felicity Landon considers the way forward in the ports industry
Are fully-owned port labour pools falling out of favour, asks Alex Hughes
Who do ports need on the team to be able to embrace digitalisation, Felicity Landon asks
Motivating port teams is a worthwhile exercise, explains Felicity Landon
The International Transport Workers’ Federation is to target standards at DP World terminals around the world.
Great strides have been made in breaking down the gender bias in ports, finds Dave MacIntyre