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Practical training in cooperation with the Directorate
of Civil Defense Aqaba As part of World Safety Day
In This Edition
- ACT marks Global Safety Day with comprehensive
awareness campaign
- For its fifth year in a raw ACT CSR committee launched
three days campaign in cooperation with Applied university
- Introducing the operations at ACT The Applied university
organize visit to ACT
- Continuous improvement projects – Engineering department
- Continuous improvement projects – Operations Department
- Training section latest news
- Project and development department - installations
New water refrigerators
- Hear Start medical device
- Commercial Department - Customer Service section

ACT marks
Global Safety Day with comprehensive awareness campaign
Aqaba Container Terminal, the preferred gateway to Jordan and beyond, recently celebrated Global Safety
Day with a global awareness campaign under the theme of “Safety 24/7,” carrying out a number of activities
for the employees, for the members of community of Aqaba, trucking companies, children and students of
Aqaba. The Global Safety Day also highlighted the excellent support and collaboration received from the
civil defense.
ACT initiated Global Safety Day by conducting a meeting between truck owners and representatives from
the company to discuss the most important issues regarding the safety of truck drivers at the terminal,
before taking the day’s participants on a tour of the terminal’s facilities, accompanied by a brief demonstration of ACT’s diverse operations and activities.
The day featured numerous activities that demonstrated ACT’s commitment to raising safety awareness
among its employees and all external business partners and port users. Participants were able to witness how
the emergency response plan is deployed in case of complex situations such as chemical leakage from
container caused by a nearby fire. In cooperation with Aqaba Civil Defense, the practical exercise aimed at
training ACT employees to act as fast, safely and efficiently as possible in dealing with potential emergency
situations. The training was conducted in the presence of ACT employees and school students to enhance
and promote a culture of safety among the local community.
Commenting on the occasion, Head of HSSE at ACT, Feras Al Taweil, said, “Our dedicated safety approach
at ACT is what helps us maintain world-class safety standards, it’s now part of all our activities and our work
can’t be done if not done safely. Through the Global Safety Day activities and awareness sessions, truck
drivers received an unprecedented amount of information on how to improve the efficiency of their trucks,
overcome issues while driving, and ensure the safe transportation of goods.”
Global Safety Day also included awareness sessions for private truck drivers concerning their safety inside
and outside of the terminal, where they were provided with special reflective vests designed for the event, in
addition to brochures with information on how to be safe when driving on main roads and inside of the
terminal.

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For its fifth year in a raw
ACT CSR committee launched three days campaign
in cooperation with applied university
Aqaba Container Terminal (ACT), the preferred gateway to Jordan and beyond, launched three days volunteering campaign in cooperation with the applied university as part of the education pillar initiative.
Over the course of three days, the applied university students with more than 45 participants get the chance
to see the Aqaba container Terminal including a tour and a full brief to understand the importance of such
economic player in the development of Jordan economy and the supply chain.
ACT CSR committee took the lead on this campaign that started in its first day with students painting
gallery in Aqaba city, followed by clean up beach the next day inside ACT, and ends up with more than 15
painters that draw for safety at the big walls which allocated inside the terminal, emphasizing the importance of using the seat built, speed limit, using helmet, no pedestrian, wearing safety vests and not using the
phones.
The campaign closed its activities with a memorial culture night including singing the culture Jordanian
songs and distributing the campaign certificates for the participants.
Support the universities is one of many other CSR projects that ACT develops to support the community
under 3 key pillars which are Education (Ikfab Taleb, Al-Shamlah school, Aqaba University etc), Wellbeing
(Free medical day, KHCF, Run Jordan, Global Safety day, Charity people etc) and Environment (Clean-up
the World Campaign, Go-Green, Recycle etc).

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Introducing the operations at ACT
The applied university organize visit to ACT
The applied university students paid a field visit to ACT aiming to understand the Aqaba Container Terminal work.
The visit started at the Administration building where they were introduced to ACT on ground and get the
background of its existence from the day of signing the agreement with ADC followed by the safety induction.
The visit continued to the operation department –planning section, to get an idea about the operation
systems that is related to their study of clearance and logistics. The tour ended by a closer look to the yards
and berth.

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Continuous improvement projects – Engineering department
Project name: Tire dismantling machine
• Purpose of the Project:
- Improve tire dismantling process through replacing the manual way used into a machine work.
• Issues:
In order to dismantling a tire it needs:
- Two fork lifts.
- Three technicians.
- Great efforts and Long time needed.
• Solution:
Design and implement tire dismantling machine
using iron beams, electrical parts, and hydraulic
parts from workshop.
• Scope:
RS tires 1800/25.
• Benefits:
- No fork lifts and hand tools needed for
dismantling the tire.
- One technician can do the job easily.
- Reduce technician’s effort and time.
- Enhance work safety since the job will be controlled remotely.
- Cost of Machine is low since it is made inside the company.
• Project team:
Idea and execution: Aziz Sqafi
Electrical work: Zaid Mousa
Supervisor: Saleh Jihad

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Continuous improvement projects – Operations Department
Changing the layout of yard 6 is one of the initiatives to avoid any interference between external trucks and
terminal trucks. Such interference may lead to congestion in the yard, causing accidents and reduce productivity. Hence the need to set new traffic plan to segregate the external divers from the terminal truck and
organize the yard.
To achieve these targets, new traffic plan has been set, jersey barriers has been fixed also traffic signs has
been designed to be fixed in the yard to segregate the terminal trucks works from the non-terminal trucks .

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