Procedures for Visitors
South Port strives to ensure the health and safety of everybody who visits the Island Harbour.
Prior to visiting South Port please view the site induction designed to keep you safe. Please print and sign the final page and provide a copy of this to security on arrival or email a copy of this to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also recommend that you become familiar with the safety & security guide and traffic management plan (TMP).
Please note photo identification is required to gain access to the Island Harbour and visits must be pre-arranged. Find out more in Security
Safety & Security Guide
Common User Safety Protocols
The Common User Safety Protocols (CUSP) provides port user companies and their workers with clarity about the health, safety and environmental rules and requirements that apply when working on South Port operational areas.
Traffic Management Plan
The purpose of the Traffic Management Plan (TMP) is to minimise mobile plant interactions with people and other vehicles within the South Port Island Harbour and to establish efficient controls to minimise the risk of personal injury and damage due to those interactions.
The Non-conformance Policy has been written to control all PCBUs that work in any South Port controlled operation and common user areas and shall be used in the event of any health and safety nonconformance by a PCBU and their employees.
South Port wants PCBUs to think about health and safety in its broadest sense, and clearly understand the health and safety environment that we work in. South Port expect PCBUs to be able to explain the steps they have taken to consult, cooperate and coordinate with other PCBUs, and their arrangements to control and mitigate risks.
PCBU Pre-Qualification Guide
The Pre-Qualification process is the first step in our collaboration process. It helps us ensure that we have the right people working with us. All Contractors and Port Users working for South Port now need to register in our on-line contractor management system before starting work.
Drone Safety Policy
South Port’s Drone Policy defines the rules and legislative requirements for all persons that are authorised to operate an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Drone within South Port’s boundary for aerial inspections and photography.
WorkSafe Port Hazard Tool
This interactive port hazard tool is to help people understand the hazards on port, the typical controls, and links to relevant codes of practice and information. Click on the below ‘Ports Tool’ icon to access.