Namport Quayside Bulletin - July 2021
July 2021

Namport Records One Million Hours Injury Free

Namport recorded on 01 June 2021, one million hours of no Lost Time Injury.


What is Lost Time Injury?

Lost-time injury frequency rates are the number of lost-time injuries within a given accounting period relative to the total number of hours worked in the same accounting period.


Despite facing the current challenges presented by the pandemic, Namport continues to adhere to all health protocols whilst still ensuring the effectiveness and safety of its workforce.


The last time the entity reported an injury at work was on 14 February 2021, since then, we have not recorded any loss time injuries. This outstanding performance is directly linked to the collective continued commitment to safety and adhering to workplace procedures and policies displayed by the Namport workforce.



The Namibian Ports Authority, Maersk Namibia (PTY) Limited donates Reefer Containers to the Ministry of Health and Social Services

The reefer containers ready to be delivered

The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) in collaboration with MAERSK, recently joined their resources and donated six (6), Forty (40) foot refrigerated containers to the Ministry of Health and Social Services (MoHSS).
The need comes about as the country’s health system is placed under immense pressure during the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The containers will be placed at the following areas in Namibia transported by Transnamib:

  • Windhoek (2 )
  • Otjiwarongo (1 )
  • Rehoboth (1 )
  • Gobabis (1 )
  • Onandjokwe (1 )


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