Successful project logistics is based on rigorous, detailed planning, attention to detail, superior execution and hands-on control.
Health, Safety, Environmental and Security Policy
Safety is a top priority at BDP Project Logistics. We maintain detailed, up-to-date programs covering health and safety, hazardous communications, and emergency preparedness. That is why BDP has a very successful safety record over the years. We are actively committed to the continuous improvement of the company standards of health and safety in the workplace.
Our staff is extensively trained in import and export regulatory compliance in a project environment, and the handling of hazardous materials in shipments. We work in a very hands-on environment with our clients’ construction teams. BDP personnel often work at the job site, as well as on ships, at the port, overseeing heavy-lifts, cargo lashing, and other cargo handling. Full-time safety supervisors ensure that all onsite work is carried out in a safe manner, in full compliance with our clients’ as well as local and national regulations.
Our people are our most precious resource. We understand health, safety, and environmental stewardship are about more than platitudes. These are the rules of conduct and business in the 21st century. We are well-trained, competent, as well as responsible. By maximizing our employees’ well-being and ensuring participation and consultation, we are instrumental in helping to achieve and maintain a safe and healthy working environment.
Larsen & Toubro
Larsen & Toubro were undertaking a new development project on Saadiyat Island. Saadiyat Island is a 27-square-kilometer natural island—half the size of Bermuda—and lies only 500 meters offshore of Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates’ capital city. The island can be reached by road and sea. Normal cargo and truckloads not exceeding 90 tons can be driven to the island without any problems. Access by sea—a distance of 12 nautical miles—is very challenging: there are only three jetties, designed for small passenger ships and for small barges, tugs, etc., but no cargo movements have taken place before.