S2S provide all the North East Ports with fully qualified cargo handlers (stevedores). We are based within the Port of Blyth and access first class training facilities to ensure all of our personnel are trained to the highest standards.
At S2S we are continually looking for enthusiastic candidates to add to our existing pool of experienced port operatives. We provide full training & an opportunity to work in industry that is both challenging & rewarding.
S2S has been a labour provider since 2002, initially supplying the North East port industry with fully qualified staff during busy periods. Having growing steadily since then, we now supply all disciplines to all types of industry.
Our aim has always been a simple one, to provide first class service with integrity, for both clients and candidates alike. We ensure that all staff are paid correctly and on time, our candidates are our most valuable assets.
Both client and candidate has 24hr, 7 days a week access to their dedicated consultant. Clients also have the assurance of director level support at all times.
The port staff S2S used will have undergone a Port Safety Awareness and a slinging course, as a minimum requirement. Many will have trained to NVQ Level II in stevedoring, which is an ongoing programme. All port plant operators will hold the relevant certification, including a valid medical certificate.
During the Port Safety Awareness course, they will be fully briefed on ISPS (International Ship and Port Security code). Once the course is successfully completed each person will be issued a Port Passport Card which highlights all training and authorizations, as well as being a means of identification.
Experienced in handling— Break bulk cargoes including forest products, metal products, bagged cargo and also project cargoes such as module components and steelwork. Bulk cargoes including coal, aggregates and grains.
Also experienced in lashing and container work. We can supply on long or short term contracts, and even on a day to day basis to suit your work demands.