These National Occupational Standards (NOS) detail the competencies required of a port supervisor.
A port supervisor is responsible for first line directing and managing the operational personnel and activities associated with the transfer of cargo and passengers between the vessel and cargo storage area/passenger terminal.
The NOS were produced by Port Skills and Safety, in conjunction with employers and stakeholders.
The full Supervision of Port Operations suite of NOS consists of the standards PSSSPO101-PSSSPO111, available free to download below.
PSSSPO101 Lead teams in portspdf – 0.49mb
PSSSPO102 Control and monitor loading and storage operationspdf – 0.29mb
PSSSPO103 Coordinate and control the use of port infrastructurepdf – 0.37mb
PSSSPO104 Manage passenger and ferry terminal operationspdf – 0.42mb
PSSSPO105 Plan lifting operations in portspdf – 0.37mb
PSSSPO106 Support port marine operationspdf – 0.31mb
PSSSPO107 Take action to reduce risks to health, safety and security within a port environmentpdf – 0.32mb
PSSSPO108 Respond to incidents and emergencies in portspdf – 0.26mb
PSSSPO109 Provide support and information to customerspdf – 0.19mb
PSSSPO110 Support learning and developmentpdf – 0.28mb
PSSSPO111 Manage personal professional development and working relationshipspdf – 0.26mb