The Cooperativa de Trabajos Portuarios Limitada de San Martín continues with the objective that marks our vision established in ISO 9001-2008 standards, which is to be recognized as a leading model cooperative work entity.
That is why, betting on the continuous growth that characterizes us, we created the Port Emergency Center 3 years ago, solving a real need in our area. This consists of having an emergency system for the San Lorenzo / San Martín / Bella Vista / Timbúes / Gaboto Port complex, which is extensive to the entire region, overcoming the generation barrier and complying with all regulations currently in force as far as paramedical services are concerned.


Operations room

Through the port emergency captaincy, there is an Operation Room, with qualified, trained personnel, in reception and emergency areas available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, which is the central axis of our port complex medical emergency program, which works with a fully computerized system and a human team capable of solving, in seconds, high-risk situations.


The operators of this sophisticated system will have all the information necessary to assist in any life-threatening situation, immediately verifying the data provided at the time of the accident report and coordinating the best option to safeguard the integrity of the people of the port complex. To meet this objective, covering the entire port region, we have state-of-the-art equipment.


Helicopters and ambulance boats are tools that make a difference because they are the only ones of their kind in the entire country, being of the latest generation and complying with all the regulations currently in force as far as paramedical services are concerned.


The boats have exceptional performance in shallow water, flooded areas, with unknown underwater obstacles. They can also be used to support any recreational activity or sporting event. They are equipped in accordance with the DIN 1789 standard enabling the provision of superior mobile patient transport services. The spacious interior of the ambulance boats was designed to allow patient care during transport at a high level like that of a conventional ambulance.


All medical tools and instruments are instantly accessible and medical staff have enough space to provide medical care required by the patient. A large number of drawers and cabinets allow safe and hygienic transport of all necessary equipment. The helicopters were chosen because they are the most maneuverable for the task and have the lowest accident rate. The turbine they are equipped with, gives them the ability to maneuver in confined spaces with adverse weather conditions. This is a very important factor today considering the maneuvering space we have. We have six land mobiles, UTIM (Mobile Intensive Care Unit), to stabilize and transfer patients to complex hospitals.