Establishes the systematic prevention procedures to be adopted in environmental, health and safety emergencies.
Establishes actions for eventual emergency situations of oil leaks in the terminal with the potential to affect the physical integrity of people, cause damage to our property and/or third parties or generate environmental impacts, according to requirements established in Conama Resolution 398/08.
Establishes measures and procedures for preventing, controlling and responding to emergencies related to Covid-19, with a focus on protecting employees and the community.
It integrates the emergency control plans of the companies installed in Açu Port, with joint incident preparation and response actions. It aims to provide human and material resources to supply or improve the efficiency of the individual response capacity of the member companies.
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Coordinated by the State Institute for the Environment (Inea), it provides for the integrated participation of all terminals in operation at the Port of Açu to respond to oil emergencies at sea, in addition to institutions of interest, such as the Brazilian Navy, Civil Defense and the Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA). It is also integrated into the National Contingency Plan.
It establishes the responsibilities and rules to ensure adequate and standardized crisis management, defining guidelines for situations that may threaten or affect our business.
Own base, with a structure of preventive enclosures in transshipment operations between ships and emergency response to oil spills in our internal and external areas. The base operates around the clock (24 hours a day, 7 days a week), with dedicated professional resources, facilities and equipment.