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Terence MordauntQuick Download Documents
Terence Mordaunt is an entrepreneur, businessman, and the co-owner of The Bristol Port Company, where he has a controlling interest. Over the last 30 years, he has spearheaded the transformation and rejuvenation of the Port into one of the largest, most successful marine hubs in the UK. He is also the Chairman of Pendennis Shipyard, Founder of The Mordaunt Foundation, Trustee of The Outward Bound Trust, and Chair of the Global Warming Policy Foundation.
Slavery and Human Trafficking StatementQuick Download Documents
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 came into effect on 29th October 2015. This statement, as required under the Act, sets out the steps The Bristol Port Company (BPC), is taking to reduce the risk of slavery and human trafficking taking place in its supply chains or in any part of its business.
Gender Pay Gap ReportQuick Download Documents
In accordance with Government policy, we have published our gender pay gap figures and narrative
Pension Scheme – Statement of Investment PrinciplesQuick Download Documents
Here is the Statement of Investment Principles of The Bristol Port Pension Scheme which was revised and approved on 25 September 2020.
Major Emergency Safety Advice (Severnside)Quick Download Documents
What to do if you hear the Severnside Sirens
SAF021 Emergency ActionQuick Download Documents
Emergency action in the case of Fire, Explosion, Escape of Flammable or Toxic Substances.
SY004 Driving Near Dock EdgesQuick Download Documents
As a working port, there are numerous unprotected quay and lock edges around the dock estate. As it is impractical to fence off these areas, it is important that you are aware of the risks, and understand the steps you can take to reduce the likelihood of driving off an unprotected edge. This guide will provide you with sufficient information to keep you safe as you move around the Estate.