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 Gareth Carson a copy of this. 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.
What is The Common Users Safety Protocol (CUSP)?
The Common Users Safety Protocol (CUSP) is mandatory for all person’s conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs) and workers (this includes site port users, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and visitors) operating on South Port’s common and operational areas. The CUSP is divided into 25 core components. Each component sets out to achieve a specific objective that enables the Port to best identify and manage the various health, safety and environment risks. Every component includes a number of clauses, which outline the minimum requirements for PCBUs to meet each objective.
For more information, please refer to the Contact Us page.Site Induction (pdf)
Traffic Management Plan (pdf)
Safety & Security Guide (pdf)
Common Users Safety Protocol (CUSP) (pdf)