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Inspection Detail

Inspection: 301281689 - Apm Terminals

Inspection Information - Office: Ca South (Hh Unit)

Nr: 301281689Report ID: 0950662Open Date: 06/13/2005

Apm Terminals
2500 Navy Way
Terminal Island, CA 90731
Union Status: Union
SIC: 4491/Marine Cargo Handling
NAICS: 488320/Marine Cargo Handling

Inspection Type:Accident
Scope:Partial Advanced Notice:N
Safety/Health:Safety Close Conference:06/20/2005
Planning Guide: Safety-Maritime Close Case:06/20/2005
Emphasis: S:Targeted Compl & Consult

Related Activity:TypeIDSafetyHealth

Accident Investigation Summary
Summary Nr: 201691763Event: 06/11/2005Employee Falls Asleep While Driving
On June 11, 2005, Employee #1 and #2 were working for APM Terminals. Their job was to drive containers, that were loaded on to and off of, vessels into the storage yard, where they were shipped via truck and rail. Employee #1, driver of an industrial truck, Ottawa UTR # 4842, was driving westbound at the High Line, and Employee #2, was driving eastbound at the dock area 24+50: they collided because Employee # 1 fell asleep. Employee #1 was transported to Saint Mary's Hospital in Long Beach and hospitalized for more than 24 hours for his injuries.
Keywords: dock, industrial truck, laceration, dislocated, struck by, containerized cargo, face, hip, motor vehicle, inattention
Inspection Degree Nature Occupation
1 301281689 Hospitalized injury Dislocation Longshore equipment operators

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