Safety instructions

People working, moving by foot or bicycle, or exiting vehicles in the port area must always wear CE-marked high visibility clothing.
A protective helmet must be worn in the quay areas and when working or moving on ships. Protective helmets do not need to be worn inside industrial or other vehicles.
In addition to the above, an approved life vest must be worn when working in quay areas where there is a risk of falling into the sea (mooring and unmooring, pushing ice, repairing quays). Such tasks must always be performed by a minimum of two persons.
The speed limit in the port area is 30 km/h.
There are several level crossings in the port area that are not equipped with safety devices, as well as one level crossing equipped with safety devices on the road leading to the port. Please exercise caution when approaching level crossings – a train does not give way!
When moving in the quay area, please position yourself in the centre of the routes and keep your distance from doorways and warehouse corners. Be sure to also avoid the cargo handling area where ships load and unload cargo. The working areas between the ships loading and unloading cargo and the warehouses are meant exclusively for stevedoring operations. All unnecessary traffic in these areas is prohibited. Movement between the different areas of the harbour must take place using the marked routes. Quay areas must not be used for this purpose, unless expressly required for the assignment.
Parking in the quay areas is only permitted in the designated parking spaces located at the northern quay. Parking by the side of the quays is only permitted for short-term (max. 30 minutes) official business. The driver is responsible for any damage caused to his or her vehicle as a result of parking on a quay.