The theme of making a safe port even safer is the focus of the latest in video presentations from the Prince Rupert Port Authority, with the newest entry in the short film productions making its debut this week.
The project features a compilation of all the elements that make safe passage to and from the various port facilities on the North Coast and features a number of Prince Rupert and area residents who make their living by keeping the navigation process of North Coast waters a safe journey.
Among the elements towards that goal, the video features a look at the use of tugboats and pilot vessels in area waters, the work of the Canadian Coast Guard station at Seal Cove as well as the range of workers that are employed by the Port both on the water and the shore as they continued to deliver safety measures for port operations.
You can review the new video below:
More of the Port of Prince Rupert's short film presentations can be found on their You Tube page.
Further items related to the Port of Prince Rupert can be found on our archive page here.