Worker ‘buy-in’ needed to reduce accidents


Technology has brought huge advances in safety but more needs to be done to engage workers

The freight industry must continue to look for ways to improve health and safety, say the International Cargo Handling Coordination Association and Port Technology International.

Whilst advances in technology, such as automation, are helping to reduce the risk of accidents, there have still been 354 shoreside fatalities globally since 2000.

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