APM Terminals Sweeps 2007 PMA Safety Awards

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

APM  Terminals  North  America  celebrated  a  clean  sweep  of  the  Pacific  Maritime  Association Safety  Awards  announced  last  month.  APM  Terminals  Tacoma,  APM  Terminals  Pier  400  (Los Angeles)  and  APM  Terminals  Oakland  were  each  recognized  at  the  59th  Annual  PMA  Safety  Awards  celebrations  in  their  respective  U.S.  West  Coast  PMA  regions.    APM  Terminals  Oakland won  First  Place  in  the  Class  C  container  group  category  at  the  PMA  Northern  California  Area Safety  Awads,  and  also  was  recognized  for  achievement  in  reduction  of  the  Lost  Time  Rate  in 2007.  

APM  Terminals  Pier  400  won  the  First  Place  Safety  Award  in  the  Class  “A”  Container  Terminal Operator  category  for  Los  Angeles/Long  Beach  Harbors.  The  facility  also  won  the  First  Place Group  “A”  Container  Companies  Coast  Award,  and  received  a  Coast  Accident  Prevention Award for  a  Reduction  in  Injury  Rate  Three  Consecutive  Years  and  an  Area  Award  for  Reuced Injury/Illness  Rate  for  2007.   

APM  Terminals  Tacoma  won  the  First  Place  Safety  Award  in  the  Class  C  container  category  for the  Washington  State  Area,  as  well  as  the  2nd  place  Coast  Award  in  the  Class  C  container category  for  Accident  Prevention.   

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