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Instructions for safe operation

Safety and environmental instructions

Port regulations

Port of Naantali’s port regulations

ISPS

ISPS

Dangerous goods

Advanced notification in to be given to the Port of Naantali Authority 24 hours before good classified in the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code and its supplements. Please contact Traffic Manager Liisa Majuri tel. +358 (50) 339 0579. Port Control tel. +358 44 733 4550.

Dangerous goods, advance notifications

Occupational safety

CE-marked high-visibility clothing must be worn when working or moving in cargo handling and traffic areas (Council of State Ordinance 633/2004). A protective helmet (CE EN 397) and safety footwear must be worn in the cargo handling and traffic areas. A helmet is not required inside machinery or vehicles.

Occupational safety in the mooring, unmooring and transport of vessels

Hot work

Hot work permits for public areas in the Port of Naantali can be obtained from the Port of Naantali personnel. Companies operating in the port area  are responsible for granting permits for areas under their administration. The Port of Naantali supervises any hot work carried out in these areas, or more information about permits and where they can be obtained, please contact, Mr. Veijo Järvi tel. veijo.jarvi@portofnaantali.fi

Diving work 

The Diving and under water work can be done only with the permission of Port of Naantali.

Environment and waste management

The Port of Naantali strives to protect the Baltic Sea by ensuring that all waste from the vessels calling into Naantali is correctly sorted and disposed to the port’s disposal stations. The successful operation and development of the port’s waste management system requires filing re-filled waste notification from all vessels. It’s also essential that waste management instructions will be followed in the port area.

Waste management instructions

Ship-generated waste notification