Kimberley Ports Authority (KPA) has a management system in place for activities that are permitted at the Port of Broome Slipway to ensure compliance with environmental legislation.
An application to slip a vessel or store a vessel at Port of Broome is required to be made with the Operations department.
Please read the information pack and Frequently Asked Questions documents prior to applying to slip or careen a vessel at Port of Broome:
A KPA Permit to Work System is in place to assist safe work practices and site environmental management.
KPA wishes to ensure that work carried out at the Slipway area is completed safely and in accordance with relevant legislation.
Port users working on the Slipway and Slipway Area are required to comply with all relevant laws, regulations and procedures including KPA’s Port Standards and Procedures, the Port Authorities Act 1999, the Port Authorities Regulations 2001 and relevant safety and environmental legislation.
To assist Port Users to comply with their obligations KPA has developed procedures and guidelines
When you have finished the work, you must have the applicable permit signed off in accordance with KPA work permit procedures.
Yes. KPA’s work permit system needs to be followed when careening a vessel. An application should be made in good time to allow for this process and please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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