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Safety First

ICTSI Oregon welcomes you to our facility and would like to invite you to participate in our safety and environmental programs.

Please contact the safety manager to obtain training or safety materials which may help expedite your visit.


  • Please remain in your vehicles at all times while inside the container yard. You must contact an ICTSI manager if your visit requires you to exit your vehicle.
  • Do not drive, park, or walk behind mobile equipment. Please maintain a minimum of a 40 foot clearance.
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) is required. Please be prepared with a hard hat, safety shoes and a reflective vest. (Additional PPE may be required).
  • Seat belts must be worn when operating or traveling in moving equipment.
  • Vehicles and pedestrians must obey all speed and safety signs.
  • Cell phone use is prohibited on ICTSI property while operating moving equipment.
  • Contact security if you observe leaks or spills, property damage, or suspicious activity while on T6 property.
  • Report all injuries and incidents to an ICTSI supervisor immediately.
  • Site-specific training is available.

From Top to Bottom

At ICTSI Oregon, we value our employees and contract workers. Safety at Terminal 6 is our top priority and that’s why we comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations and the Pacific Coast Marine Safety Code which is widely recognized by West Coast ports and recommended by the Pacific Maritime Association.

In addition to following industry best practices, ICTSI Oregon:

  • Employs a full-time safety manager.
  • ICTSI Managers have completed hundreds of hours of specialty training to better expedite the safe handling of cargo and identify and mitigate hazardous situations.
  • Provides special training classes to ILWU members in several different areas, including lead and cadmium exposure, first aid, CPR, crane rigging, gear inspection, air monitoring, and respiratory protection.
  • Reviews each and every injury claim at the CEO level.