MPS is committed to the highest standards of Health and Safety aimed at creating an injury-free workplace and a culture of zero harm. Over a decade, MPS has gradually inculcated behaviours of “doing things right the first time” thereby building a safety culture where everyone is accountable for their actions with the visible challenge of unsafe conducts amongst staff.
We, the Project Management Team, believe in MPS’ core values of human life being precious and in maintaining the health, safety, security and well-being of our people, the environment, property, and the general public.
The main objectives of the ISPS Code are: To detect security threats and implement security measures. To establish roles and responsibilities concerning maritime security for governments, local administrations, ship and port industries at the national and international level.
The Management and Staff of Meridian Port Services Limited are committed to achieving the highest levels of performance in Health, Safety, Security and Environmental (HSSE) management at all levels of the organization.
In achieving an injury free environment various safety rules and initiatives have been implemented in our container handling terminal. Notable amongst them is our ‘pedestrian free’ policy which eliminates the risk of man-machine interface in our operation. Also the introduction of the Fatal 5 Safety Program which seeks to control the top five (5) hazards in our operation namely Transportation, Suspended Load and Lifting, Work at Height, Stored Energy and Management of Contractors. With this and other initiatives we are keen in ensuring that everyone returns home safely each day without harm to them.