MICT Engineering cited for exemplary safety performance

The Engineering Department of Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) was recently lauded for its outstanding safety record in 2023, achieving zero Lost Time Injury (LTI).

The MICT management presented the department with the No Harm Excellence Award, a noteworthy accomplishment achieved amidst the inherent workplace risks and hazards. The award underscores the department’s dedication to safety and excellence.

“I am extremely proud of the Engineering team, who consistently improve year after year for the last six years, for achieving this important milestone. We still have many plans and programs in the pipeline for enhancing the safety across the department, our partners, and the entire organization. Our drive for constant improvement remains steadfast. A big values-driven shoutout to the men and women of our department and a huge thanks to all MICT partners who helped make this achievement possible,” said Thomas Goodwin, MICT engineering director. 

The recognition extends across all sections of the department, including Crane Maintenance, Mobile Equipment, Facilities Maintenance, Materials Management, General Services, and the Planning and Documentation, emphasizing a collective commitment to safeguarding their most valuable asset – employees.

Traditionally presented on Health, Safety and Environment Day, the No Harm Excellence Award was given early this year.

Thomas Goodwin (center), MICT engineering director, receives the No Harm Excellence Award from Christian Lozano (left), MICT chief operations officer; and Charles Wilson, MICT health, safety and environment advisor.