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SAFETY TIPS

When lifting any equipment or package, lift with your legs and not your back.    |    Do not smoke or drink any alcoholic beverage while at work or be under the influence of any drugs.    |    Always wear a reflective safety vest and hard hat when entering restricted areas at SCASPA; these safety wear make the wearer more visible in the unlikely event of an emergency.    |    Avoid distractions such as cell phones, two-way radios, eating, or other non-driving activities while driving.    |    Follow the safety instructions you are given, never take short cuts.    |    Read and adhere to all signs within the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport, Port Zante, the Deep Water Port and Ferry Terminal.    |    Adhere to distance signs on the pier of Port Zante.    |    If you are working on the airside at the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport, you must wear a reflective vest and communicate with the Control Tower using a two way radio.    |    Every driver must observe the maximum speed limit for vehicles. The maximum speed limit for vehicles operating within SCASPA's premises area is 15 miles per hour (24 kilometers per hour).    |    The speed limit is 5 miles per house in cargo working areas and in areas frequented by pedestrians or port workers.    |    Assume that all overhead wires are energized at lethal voltages. Do not touch wires, even if it is down or appears to be insulated.    |    Never touch electrical fixtures or outlets with wet hands.    |    Never attempt repair electrical cords or equipment unless qualified and authorized.    |    Comply with any posted speed limits and other traffic control signs or signals at SCASPA.    |    Do not park vehicles or walk in the "blind spot" of equipment operators.   |    

A SHARPENED FOCUS ON SAFETY


The St. Christopher Air & Sea Ports Authority (SCASPA) has sharpened its focus on safety within its ports in a campaign entitled, “Safety First – Prepare, Prevent, Preserve.” The campaign will target SCASPA employees, stakeholders and members of the general public in an effort to solidify a culture of “safety first” within every port of entry on the island of St. Kitts.


The Authority has strategically crafted safety objectives and is taking a holistic approach to making necessary changes to meet and exceed the safety goals. These changes include the collation and ratification of safety policy documents for international best practices and the designation of qualified Safety Officers at the Deep Water Port, Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport and Port Zante. Additionally, several sensitization programmes, including a Safety Awareness Week, an intensive training for stakeholders and staff members and creative safety-focused media productions, will be unveiled in the upcoming months.


The Authority has fully committed itself to becoming a leading provider of safe services and intends to invest heavily in the promotion and practice of safety procedures within every port of entry.

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OFFICE INFORMATION
ADDRESS:
P. O. Box 963, Bird Rock, St.Kitts,
West Indies
OPENING HOURS:
Seaport
Mon – Fri: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Airport
Daily: 6:00 am – 9:00 pm.
eMail us at: info@scaspa.com
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