Port of Vancouver USA will make the following adjustments to Tariff No. 6 effective Jan. 1, 2022
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Port of Vancouver USA has built its safety program around the commitment to continuous improvement. This quest for safety excellence has been greatly augmented by our most valuable resource: port employees. We encourage the consistent, active involvement of our people, from all departments, in making safety the port’s number one priority.
The foundation of our safety system is a training program, which encompasses employees at all levels—enabling them to be both educated and responsible when it comes to work and project safety. This employee involvement process includes orientation, supervisor training, hazard recognition, job hazard analysis, safety meetings and a safety committee, plus an emphasis on contractor safety.
An example of the port’s commitment to contractor safety is the development of its Safety Guidelines. The program leads port staff, contractors, service providers, tenants and customers working on and around port construction projects through a safety orientation and ongoing training on expected safety protocols. In addition, the port routinely generates construction and transportation alerts, sharing important safety-related information with those who work or travel within or near the port.