IMPORTANT Security Reminder: Port Pass cards
Please share this important message with anyone in your team who does not have regular access to email.
We have had a number of port users recently attempting to enter Napier Port using someone else’s Port Pass card.
We are an international border, and are required to operate under the Maritime Security Act 2004. We are also subject to Department of Immigration and NZ Customs requirements.
It is essential that we know who is on port at any time.
Port Pass has been approved by Maritime New Zealand as an acceptable identification, and is the preferred way to identify yourself on port.
If you need to be on port but do not have your Port Pass with you, please ask Port Security for assistance. They will be able to grant you access to the port for a 24-hour period if you have ALL of the following:
- another form of photo ID, such as a New Zealand driver’s licence, passport or NZ Access Card (formerly 18+)
- a reason for being on port
- previously completed a Napier Port health and safety induction.
If you have issues registering for a Port Pass card or completing the health and safety induction, please contact the Port Pass team on toll free phone 0800 767 877 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your Port Pass card is not working, or you have lost or damaged your card, please contact the Port Pass team to organise a replacement.
If you choose to use someone else’s Port Pass card, both cards will be deactivated, and you may both face a minimum of four weeks’ ban from port.
Napier Port takes port security extremely seriously, and we expect the same from all port users.
Security Compliance and Access Manager
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