When an event/incident (including non-injury incidents) or an injury occurs at a port company (as per articles 16 and 18 of law 84/94 and subsequent amendments), the company must report it to the Port System Authority of the Northern Adriatic Sea via the LogIS-Port Community System.
How to Report an Incident or Injury to NASPA
To report a possible event/incident or injury to the Port System Authority of the Northern Adriatic Sea, the port company should follow these steps:
- The company (terminal operator, non-concessionaire company, service provider, labor supply company) reports the event/incident or injury by entering the available data immediately after it has occurred, using the “Incident Entry” or “Event/Incident Entry” form starting from the Company Details section in their profile in the Port Labor Module of LogIS.
- In the case of an injury, once in possession of the medical report, the company will provide more detailed information about the injury by modifying or confirming the data previously entered in the “Injury Entry” form, including the days of absence due to the injury (excluding the day it occurred). Whenever the company needs to update the number of days of absence, it can enter the form and modify the data. When the injury has concluded, the company should indicate its closure in the notes at the bottom of the form.
- By February of the following year, the company must enter the hours worked in port operations for the year in the “Company Details” form.
Please note that incidents involving administrative employees and maintainers (e.g., electricians, mechanics, maintainers, equipment operators) are excluded from this reporting in LogIS, except for maintainers who perform their activities during port operations.
However, the above does not exempt the company from making any other legal notifications and promptly reporting the event/incident/injury to the available AdSP contact (tel. 041.5334545).