An industry involved in the transportation of people and goods by various modes, such as air, land, and water.

Threats & Risks

Natural disasters

Natural disasters like earthquakes, floods, and storms can damage the transport infrastructure such as roads, airports, and railways, leading to disruptions in operations.


Accidents involving transport vehicles or equipment can damage facilities and equipment, leading to operational downtime.

Equipment failure

Equipment such as cranes, loading docks, and conveyors are essential for the transport industry. Malfunctioning equipment can result in downtime, delays, and safety hazards.

Infrastructure failure

Failure of critical infrastructure such as bridges, tunnels, and power lines can cause delays, disruptions, and safety risks.

Supply chain disruptions

Disruptions in the supply chain due to transportation delays, damaged goods, or other issues can have significant impacts on facilities and operations.

Environmental hazards

The transport industry can also face environmental hazards like air and water pollution, hazardous material spills, and noise pollution, which can affect the health and safety of workers and the community.

Standards Compliance Requirement

ISO 45001
Occupational Health & Safety management system – Hazard identification
8.2 Emergency Preparedness and Response
ISO 14001
Environmental Management Standard
8.2 Emergency Preparedness and Response
ISO 27001:2022
Information Security Management System (ISMS)
5.24 – Information security incident management planning and preparation
5.26 Response to information security incidents
ISO 22301
Security and resilience
8.5 – Operations

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