Saturday, 21 December 2019

MARINE TERMINAL WORKER STRUCK AND KILLED BY INDUSTRIAL TRUCK [ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS – 20 DECEMBER 2019]



Marine Terminal Worker Struck and Killed By Industrial Truck  [Rotterdam, Netherlands – 20 December 2019]
Yesterday evening, an as-yet-unnamed docker was fatally injured in an apparent vehicular/pedestrian accident at the Rotterdam Container Terminal (RCT) in the Maasvlakte area of the harbor.
Given the relative newness of this incident, news reports are not plentiful. However, roughly translated media reports that are available at this early stage are available through the links provided below.
Should further factual information become available in the fullness of time, it will be posted here as an update.
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Maasvlakte, Havens Rotterdam, Rotterdam Container Terminal, shortsea en binnenvaart container terminal. © 4 mei 2018 Marco van Middelkoop/Aerophoto-Schiphol

The Blueoceana Company was founded in 2000 by its president, Ron Signorino.


In the ten year period that preceded the launching of the firm, Mr. Signorino was Director of Regulatory Affairs for the Maersk organization in North America. In that position, his principal business responsibilities centered upon all aspects of Federal and State regulatory compliance incumbent upon the Maersk business groups (inclusive of thirteen marine terminals, intermodal trucking groups, logistics centers and agency operations) and in the molding of enabling legislation at Washington, D.C. and various State Capitols.
Prior to his assignment with Maersk, he headed the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) Office of Maritime Standards at the agency’s Washington, D.C. headquarters. Mr. Signorino’s professional career with OSHA spanned a sixteen year period; the first three of those years assigned as a senior compliance officer at the Port of New York & New Jersey.
He is the principal author of 29 CFR Part 1917 (OSHA’s regulations for marine terminals) and 29 CFR Part 1918 (OSHA’s regulations for longshoring aboard vessels).
Prior to his civil service career, he held managerial positions with several ocean carriers, stevedores and marine terminal operators.
Mr. Signorino began work in the marine cargo handling industry in 1969, as a rank and file member of the International Longshoremen’s Association, AFL-CIO, in Brooklyn, New York. He retains honorary membership within that labor organization.Orientation of RCT


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