Squamish Terminals quality management system is registered to ISO 9001:2015, which supports our commitment to a high standard of service, cargo care, efficiency and customer satisfaction.
Squamish Terminals has a comprehensive health and safety management system that meets a stringent set of audit standards, demonstrating our commitment to a safe and healthy workplace for all employees. The responsibility to meet this commitment is shared by management, administration, supervisors and longshore employees. This cooperative effort at all levels helps Squamish Terminals achieve a successful health and safety program.
Squamish Terminals maintains a staffed 24-hour security gate as well as comprehensive security procedures. On June 1, 2004, Squamish Terminals’ security protocols were registered with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) under Port Facility Number 5048 and on June 30, 2004 Squamish Terminals’ Security Plan was recognized by Transport Canada under Certificate SC000069. Without these two documents Squamish Terminals cannot participate in international trade.
Squamish Terminals is required to monitor and secure its entire perimeter at all times and to report every unauthorized access to Transport Canada. Failure to follow these procedures can result in the loss of security certificates and the ability to operate. Consequently, we take every security incident very seriously.
Squamish Terminals is proud and appreciative of the ongoing cooperation with recreational user organizations, such as the Squamish Windsports Society and others, to ensure we can meet our security obligations with minimal impact on recreational user enjoyment of the surrounding waters.
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