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All employees, contractors and visitors to Warrenpoint Harbour are required to complete a general Induction to the site.
Our online safety induction programme is aimed at ensuring that ALL personnel entering Warrenpoint Port have an understanding of the minimum requirement when either visiting or working on site.
The induction covers important Organisational, Health and Safety, Security and Environmental information, as well as other useful information regarding the Port.
Please work through the induction at your own time and pace, and pay close attention to the information in the induction. The induction contains a number of assessment questions you must answer based on the material from the induction. You must view the induction in full and answer all the assessment questions.
Once you have viewed the induction in full and completed all assessment questions, Warrenpoint Harbour will be notified automatically.
An induction must be completed by each individual coming on site even if more than one person is coming from the same organisation.
Having completed induction, all inductees must strictly adhere to the guidance within. Failure to do so will result in the transgressor(s) being asked to leave the site. Repeated non-compliances will result in the transgressor(s) being permanently banned from the site.
Tips for getting started
After clicking on the link above to start the induction:
Warrenpoint Harbour Authority currently employs 70 employees including both full-time employees and casual workers. Together with Seatruck Ferries Ltd, our agents and hauliers, over 200 people work daily in the Harbour complex. Their Health and Safety is of prime concern to Warrenpoint Harbour Authority. The Authority continues to reduce accident rates and encourages employees to upskill and improve work practices as part of a planned training programme.
Warrenpoint Harbour Authority prides itself in providing a safe working environment for employees and visitors alike. The management and employees constantly strive to promote safety awareness with good teamwork, feedback and a structured safety management system. A working port is a challenging environment and constant vigilance and example in safety management is a fundamental part of the operations management function. Accident rates and environmental controls at Warrenpoint Port are benchmarked against best practice in the industry. The emergency response plan is continually under review with Newry Mourne and Down District Council, and the emergency services to ensure that all procedures are co-ordinated and that meaningful practical exercises are undertaken. Full scale emergency planning exercises are undertaken on a regular basis.