HSE Culture

PTP operates in a high-risk industry, with people interacting intensively with heavy equipment, heavy loads and hazardous cargoes. PTP’s healthy organic growth ever since its establishment has required constant expansion of the port in order to cater to business demands. These expansion cycles normally involve an increase in manpower, equipment, operations as well as operating space. Each cycle adds to the complexity, uncertainty and risks in the workplace and working environment.

Realizing this, PTP has always taken an adaptive and dynamic approach towards creating a safe and healthy workplace for its employees, customers and all port users. In terms of environmental sustainability, we are shifting from a reactive to a proactive approach beyond legislation. We plan and manage operations with future expansion in mind, to be in harmony with surrounding and nature.

We are committed and are guided by PTP’s Policy on Health, Safety and Environment in conducting all activities with zero harm to people and the environment.

Click here to read the policy.


From compliance focused to a learning organization, we are on a 5-years safety transformation journey with the objective that everyone shares common beliefs, perceptions, values and responsibility in safety. The outcome – high-performing workforce who demonstrate that they not only understand what safety all is about – they make it a top priority for their organization.

In PTP, we value safety as one of our core values and we inculcate safety all day, every day, across our terminal and in our homes, on and off the job in our employees and their families, and among our operation and services supply contractor.


Our company is only as healthy as our workforce. Therefore, PTP promotes a terminal-wide focus on health and safety practices among our employees, on and off the job.

Throughout the year, we conduct numerous initiatives such as campaigns and events across our company and in our local communities to promote healthy lifestyle choices and raise awareness of critical health issues. From occupational related disease to personal health and hygiene, we ensure that our people are equipped with knowledge and health quality that they deserve.


We consider environmental performance integral to a sustainable business performance. We continuously work towards improving operational activity to reduce our environmental impact.

PTP is located at the Pulai River with the largest riverine mangrove belt in Peninsular Malaysia, which is a natural heritage home for endangered species namely the Long-tailed Macaque, Smooth Otter, Mangrove Pitta and the Mangrove Blue Flycatcher. Pulai River estuary is designated as a Ramsar site.

The impact of PTP’s operations and development, if uncontrolled, will bring about the degradation of the ecology in the Pulai River. Therefore, PTP also embarks on habitat protection measures in order to preserve this natural wealth for future generations.

HSE Induction

Induction is conducted on a ‘first come, first serve basis’ at 10 am and 3 pm on weekdays except public holiday.

Session Time Location
First Session 10.00 am Ground Floor, Wisma B
Second Session 3.00 pm Ground Floor, Wisma B

Job Permit & Permit to Work

In ensuring the highest level of safety and security, any works performed by contractors will require:

For high-risk work, Permit to Work (PTW) is required and can be obtained by contacting the PTP HSE Department.
Please contact the numbers below: 07-504 2222 Ext. 3341, 1124, or 5515


Environmental Compliance

PTP has embarked on Department Of Environment Malaysia (DOE) program entitled “Guided Self-Regulation” (GSR).


  • To develop self-regulation practice by the industries to implement environmental regulatory requirements
  • To assist industries to achieve the state of self-regulation
  • To develop a culture to strive for environmental excellence
  • Implementation is based on 7 elements of Environmental Mainstreaming Tools
 Guided Self Regulation

 Guided Self Regulation - Compliance Status

Dangerous Goods Declaration

Dangerous Goods (DG) management in PTP is in accordance to Johor Port by-Law and IMDG Code.

For DG declaration details, please download the following guidelines:

 Declaration & Acceptance of Dangerous Goods in PTP

 Dangerous Goods Permit Applicability Matrix

 IMDG Code List       

 PTP Dangerous Goods Acceptance Matrix