COVID-19 Response: Napier Port Alert Level 2 Update
As we commence Alert Level 2 tomorrow, Napier Port is making further adjustments to meet the new requirements of Delta Level 2. The port team would like to thank all of our customers and partners for working together with us over the last few weeks. The lockdown period has been a challenging time for all and your continued support and cooperation has been appreciated.
COVID-19 Tracer Scanning
Scanning Napier Port’s COVID-19 Tracer code is now mandatory for all port users and visitors – this is a change from previous alert levels. A QR code will be displayed at every entry point and every workplace across the port (i.e. tenants). You will need to scan in to each workplace you visit, if your work takes you across the port.
Please note, this does not replace Port Pass which you will still need to swipe to access the port.
Masks and Social Distancing
Port users and contractors who cannot maintain 2 metres distance outdoors, or 1 metre indoors will be required to continue to wear masks across our wider port environment. Remember, if a person is solo in a cab or vehicle they do not have to wear a mask while in the solo situation.
Guidelines for correct use of masks is detailed here.
Napier Port R&D Hours of Operation (effective from Wednesday 8 September)
We will be stopping the current gate closure between 1430 to 1530. Our new hours of operations will be as follows:
|Day||Service||Container Terminal||Thames St I & II Depots|
|Monday-Friday||Full service||0700 – 1730||0700 – 1730|
|Late process||1800 – 2000||N/A|
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