The company Portos do Paraná is one of the organizers of the 19th Internal Port Work Accident Prevention Week (Sipatp), which started on Monday (02) and continues until Friday (06). The focus this year is on activities at a height, but the event addresses several topics about the routines of port employees. With lectures, physical activities, clinical evaluations and giveaways, the program takes place at Bunge’s Guild in Paranaguá.
“This Sipatp is a joint effort led by Ogmo and made in partnership with Portos do Paraná and 13 other companies. It is a worker-focused event that makes the port move, ”says Rodolfo Rodrigues Lisboa de Miranda, occupational safety technician and chairman of the Public Works Internal Prevention Commission (Cipa).
The official opening took place in the morning in Paranaguá. “It’s a week that we take care of very carefully. It is a moment of reflection, of exchange of experience and, above all, of verifying that we spent another year in health, in safety. We always try to reinforce these issues within Sipatp, ”said Manoel Magalhães Filho, Ogmo’s operational manager, the workforce managing body of the port workers.
For Giovatan Bueno, head of the Human Resources Division, this is a time for worker updating. “Such a meeting is very important because there is always news about work safety. Each year new technologies emerge, new techniques that must be implemented and I realize that the audience is large. Participation is strong, ”he says.
Bueno is one of the speakers and will talk about what’s new in neuroscience. “Neuroscience is a frontier of work safety because it brings a new view, saying that all work dignifies man, but safety dignifies life and neuroscience talks about valuing the life of the worker in terms of mental health and physical health. ”He explains.
Source: Portos do Paraná