Infraero and MPT sign agreement to combat human trafficking
Throughout the year, 85 million passengers pass through Infraero airports.
The Brazilian Airport Infrastructure Company – Infraero and the Public Ministry of Labor (MPT) signed today (29) a cooperation agreement to prevent human trafficking and work in conditions similar to slavery. The measure aims to enable airport workers to identify suspicious situations, in addition to making passengers aware by means of warnings on flight schedules screens and in spaces operated by the state company.
According to the president of Infraero, Hélio Paes de Barros Júnior, around 85 million passengers pass through the company’s airports annually and it is necessary to have a perception of the behavior of people who transit through the lobbies.
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