Centreport Covid 19 Alert Operational Control Plan
This control plan is intended to be used by those working at CentrePort Limited during the current COVID-19 Government restrictions.
Managing a port whilst remaining compliant with COVID-19 protocols is challenging. The following document describes the necessary responses to maintain our compliance and prevent harm to our people.
It is an overarching plan designed to provide information for the management of Port related activities and interactions with wider port users.
Company accreditation -
Any company planning to do work on port is required to complete a company accreditation. Completion of accreditation will allow your company and staff, access to work on port.
Please complete company accreditation on this link: Company Accreditation
Due to COVID-19 health measures, face-to-face inductions will be suspended from Monday 23 March. Inductions for all manners of work at CentrePort will now be done through the online process.To complete an online induction please follow this link: CentrePort Health & Safety Induction
Online inductions must be read and completed by the person intending to enter and access Port. Under no circumstance is another person able to complete an online induction on behalf of someone else. If found, that person will be excluded from access to Port.
On successful completion of an induction you will be issued a CentrePort identification card within a reasonable time period. This can be picked up from the security booth on port.
The identification card must be carried with you at all times when on port. If you are only to be working for a period of one month or less then we will issue you a temporary pass and not a CentrePort identification card. You will need to carry your temporary pass and a form of photo ID such as a driver licence with you at all times when on port.
Health & Safety Administrator
Ph: +64 21 459 175
Health and Safety Manager
Mob: +64 21 947 268