THAI Cargo Annoucement
THAI Cargo Counter Services (FF-C) move the office to Domestic Cargo terminal
Inspection on Radiation on Shipments from Japan arrived at Bangkok from Japan
1. THAI Cargo’s Terminal Operations Department has closely monitored development on radiation and has closely coordinated with THAI’s Crisis Management & Operations Center (CMOC). We also received support from Thailand ‘s Office of Atom for Peace (OAP). On 24th March, a team of specialist from OAP visited our Suvarnabhumi cargo terminal and inspected the level of radiation at unit load devices and at cargo arrived at Bangkok from Japan on the following flights;
JL033, KZ254, NH8421, TG661, TG614, TG645, TG649
Report of the inspection showed no contamination detected.
2. Radiation in atmosphere at our warehouse has also been monitored. Besides this, and as a precaution, our Department has requested OAP to send a team of specialists to our warehouse to perform a scheduled inspection on every Tuesday and Thursday at 0830 hrs and 1730 hrs on THAI and customers airlines’ flights arrive at Suvarnabhumi airport from Japan.
3. For cargo handling staff who work in the warehouse, specialists from OAP advised basic personal hygiene such as hand washing before meal and after finishing job must be practice. Staff should not rub their eyes with dirty hands.
4. Cargo handling staff who has any question concerning health can seek advice from the specialists during their scheduled inspection or can leave their question with the Cargo Customer Services Division (FF-S) at tel. 02 1374601-2.
We will keep you informed.
Please rest assured that your safety is our priority.
Cargo and Mail CommercialDepartment
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited