Dockers/Seafarers’ Well-being: MWUN charges Port terminals “adhere to protective protocols always”
*Condemns situation where dockers buy hand sanitizers to keep safe at work
have remained front-line workers, Adeyanju said a visit by members of the COVID-19 Committee on Ports to the workers at the ports would go a long way to encouraging them.
safety, you will readily pick APM Terminals as number one, while the other terminals follow.
buy it on their own, instead of the management buying it for them. I think we should not wait for this kind of emergency at hand before we go into safety.
from COVID-19, everybody has taken it seriously that there is need to improve hygiene practices. Until now, people didn’t wear masks to cover their faces and noses. But that has changed now, people now wear mask for protection. I believe that after the episode, we should continue it. It is very important that we should adhere to safety regulations by health professionals. We have been having enlightenment programmes with the dockworkers in the last four weeks, going from one port to the other. We want the government to also focus on the lives of the worker, the dockworkers, and the seafarers.
among the dockworkers and seafarers. The workers only see these talks in the media, and as we go to them every day. How many of the COVID-19 committee members have visited to say ok, let us go in and see what is happening in any of the terminal? That could be used as an example to ascertain how they are observing
social distancing. Cleanliness should be for everybody as it stands today.