Port Pass Induction Renewal Reminder: Expired Passes Will Lose Port Access
Kia ora Port Pass Company Administrator,
As per our communications in August (available here) and in September (available here), the new Port Pass Company Administrator portal is now live and all Port Pass card holders are now required to renew their H&S Induction every two years.
Expired H&S inductions will lose port access
A valid H&S Induction is required in order to maintain your Port Pass access to Napier Port. After an initial grace period, we are now approaching the point where access will be deactivated for any port user that has not carried out the H&S Induction renewal process by Friday 17 February.
Weekly, an Induction Expiry Alert report is emailed directly from Port Pass to all company administrators containing a list of your employees that have an expired H&S Induction or an induction that is about to expire. If you have not started managing this process, please do so in order to prevent any of your port users from losing their access.
If your company no longer requires access to Napier Port, please contact the Port Pass support team via email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can remove your company and employees from the system.
By now you would have received your unique Company Administrator usercode. This enables you to access our new, user-friendly portal as the Port Pass Company Administrator in order to manage staff registrations including: removing employees that no longer work for your company, updating details such as email addresses and phone numbers, and managing employees online Health & Safety Induction renewal process. The RENEWAL tab also includes:
- Upcoming H&S Induction expirations (every two years)
- Incomplete Induction renewals
- Upcoming Port Pass card expirations (every five years)
- Uncollected Port Pass cards
Please note, the Company Administration and Port User Procedure manual is available to download here or click on the PROCEDURES tab in the Port Pass portal.
Thank you once again for your ongoing support of the Napier Port Port Pass access system and helping to make Napier Port a safer place.
Compliance and Quality Manager
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