The Maritime Union is calling on Ports of Auckland chief executive Tony Gibson to step down, after a scathing report into health and safety failings at the Ports, RNZ reports. The union is being joined by several Auckland councillors who have also joined the chorus of criticism after an independent review was released. The independent report reveals that Ports of Auckland’s health and safety approach didn’t reflect the level of risk inherent in port operations.
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