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Persons Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU)

PCBU Contact list

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Port Safety - Port Users' Drug and Alcohol Policy and Procedures

The Port Users Drug & Alcohol Policy effective 1st May 2015 includes on-site random testing for Port Users.

Introduction (pdf) 

Drug and Alcohol Policy for Port Users and Contractors (pdf)

Drug and Alcohol Questions & Answers (pdf)

Port Safety -  Event Reporting 

Incident Reporting Form

Port Safety - Awareness

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Port Safety - Common User Protocol

Common User Protocol (pdf)

 

WorkSafe Port Tool 

The Ports Tool is a practical, interactive online tool, created to improve health and safety in the ports sector, particularly identifying and managing critical risks.

The tool was developed in collaboration with WorkSafe NZ, ACC, the Ports Industry Association and New Zealand Ports.

Port environments are complex and high-risk operations. The virtual port in the Ports Tool represents key zones that many New Zealand ports have; it’s not based on one particular port operation. These key zones highlight critical risks to workers in this industry: Container Terminal, Empty Container Processing, Log Fumigation, Logging Ship Side, Log Yard, Warehouse and Workshop.

Click the logo below to access the Port Tool

Port safety tool

Port Safety - High Wind Procedure

High wind procedure (pdf)

 

Safety Inductions

As of 1st October 2017 all Port users are required to have completed a Port induction. Anyone who has not received an induction will have to report to the Port gatehouse on Carkeek Street to apply for a visitor’s pass and will only be able to access the site under escort / shuttle and in the presence of another inducted person.

This is to make sure all persons onsite are familiar with Port rules and safety regulations such as what to do in the event of an emergency, who to contact and how to evacuate if necessary.

 


 

As of the 1st of July, the Port Nelson refresher induction will be available online for contractors and port users that have already have a Port Pass. 

This will include anyone with a Port Pass that has expired from June 2019 onwards. If your Port Pass expired before June 2019 you will need to book in for a face to face induction.

If you have not been to Port Nelson before, and you do not have a Port Pass, you will also need to book in for a face to face induction.

For those renewing their induction please click here for more information on renewing your induction online. 

 

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Face to Face Inductions:

Calwell Slipway 

The SLIPWAY INDUCTION will continue to be ‘face to face’ on a Wednesday for all contractors and port users.

Time: 9.00am every Wednesday

Location:  Training & Development Centre located at, 8 Vickerman Street, Port Nelson (building on the right as you enter main carpark).  

Duration: 45 minutes

Access Cost: $100 plus GST

A Port Nelson ID card is $35 plus GST per holder if required to be issued.

A safety Induction must be completed before a Calwell Slipway Access card can be issued.  Calwell Slipway Access Cards can be collected from PNL Gatehouse.  The cardholder must present a form of ID as verification before they are issued with their card.

Prior booking is essential.

Tel: 03 548 2099

Email: inductions@portnelson.co.nz

 

Port Nelson

Time: 10.00am every Wednesday

Location: Training & Development Centre located at, 8 Vickerman Street, Port Nelson (building on the right as you enter main carpark).

Duration: 45 minutes

A Port Nelson ID card is $35 plus GST per holder if required to be issued

A safety Induction must be completed before a Port Nelson ID card can be issued. Once an induction has been completed please fill out and present the Photo ID Application Form at the gatehouse.

Prior booking is essential.

Tel: 03 548 2099

Email: inductions@portnelson.co.nz

On occasion additional inductions outside of this set time can be arranged, however these may incur a fee.