Death in confined spaces – a hidden danger
International freight transport insurer TT Club is seeking to draw attention to the life-threatening hazards caused by enclosed and confined spaces prevalent throughout the global supply chain
TT Talk - Death in spaces
This month we outline the steps that could be taken to protect workers from the dangers of enclosed spaces.
TT Talk - Fatigue can kill
Fatigue impacts not just the individual concerned, but co-workers and potentially the general public.
TT Talk - Clandestine migration in freight
Read about the risks associated with clandestine migration around the world and the impact on the freight supply chain.
Good housekeeping extends beyond simple cleanliness, this article discusses how good housekeeping controls, reduces or eliminates workplace hazards.
Read more about health and safety regulation in the UK and the implications for businesses in the supply chain.
TT Talk - Working at height
Read more about the risks of working at height and what can be done to mitigate them.
TT Talk: Be alert to stowaways
Many newsfeeds currently are covering mass migration arising from the war in Ukraine, following the tragic pattern from other conflict zones over years and decades. The freight supply chain, however, continues to be exploited by layers of criminal barons facilitating the unfortunate 'underbelly' of economic migration.
TT Talk - TT Brief: Warehouse risks
TT Club expands its series of TT Brief documents exploring various elements of warehousing risks
TT Talk - Traffic management saves lives
The marine container terminal is a critical transfer point of intermodal trade
TT Talk - COVID-19: wake up to fatigue risk
There is probably a common expectation that the supply chain operates 24/7 on pretty much a global basis. Such a commercial reality usually requires shift work and a workforce operating during unnatural hours - something that is only accentuated in our 'global village' with the requirement to provide a service across time zones.