Port Marlborough - Port Access Induction

At Port Marlborough, we are committed to providing a safe environment for all who visit or work on our site. Our port encompasses several different kinds of workplaces, with different activities and users operating in each.

All Port Users have duties under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 as PCBU’s, workers or visitors and our approach is to work collaboratively with stakeholders to ensure all parties understand and discharge their obligations accordingly.

We have worked together with Port Users and Tenants to identify safety issues and develop a consistent approach to Health & Safety in the port.  Safety initiatives will be regularly reviewed and implemented for the continuing improvement of Health & Safety at the Port.

Port Marlborough Values

The Port is not a public area. Only those who work within the Port, or visitors with a legitimate purpose for visiting, will be allowed access.

Important information for guests/visitors

  • All visitors must enter the Port by vehicle.  
  • Each visiting driver must complete a Port Access Induction.
  • Individual passengers do not need to undertake a visitor induction.
  • Each individual visitor entering the Port must carry photo-ID.
  • The induction is for the non-restricted operational areas only.
  • The Port Access induction is available on-line.

Click for the Port Access Induction Form

Port Users

Every person who works in any capacity within the Port has an active and essential role in achieving a safe working environment.
  • If you are a regular user, an operator or a contractor, you must complete a Port User Induction.
  • Please send an e-mail to operations.admin@pmnz.co.nz to organise your Port User induction.

Click for the Port Access Induction Form

Information for Masters and Agents of Commercial Ships:

Inter-island ferries

For inter-island ferry information and schedules, click logos to visit the operator websites:

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