Lyttelton Port of Christchurch must comply with the Maritime Security Act (2004) which requires that access to the Port is restricted to authorised people with bona fide port-related business.
LPC must also comply with the International Ship and Port Security Code (security number 0014) which requires a number of regulations to be in place for the secure and efficient operation of the port.
We therefore ask you to adhere to the following rules and procedures to ensure your visit to the Port is a secure and safe one.
- All visitors to the Port must be pre-notified to the Security Control Centre (SCC) at the end of Gladstone Quay prior to arrival on site.
- All visitors to the Port must report to the SCC and display a photographic ID (please note that photocopies are not acceptable). Frequent users on Port-related business must apply to the Security Manager for a proximity card.
- A shuttle bus is in operation 24 hours per day / 7 days per week to shuttle ship crew.
- The Port is a licensed customs controlled area. All persons are bound by the Customs and Excise Act 1996.
- The Port is a MPI approved transitional facility. All persons are bound by the conditions of the Biosecurity Act 1993.
- All vehicles and baggage entering the facility will be subject to random search.
- Surveillance cameras are in operation to help Security staff monitor port operations.
ACCIDENTS AND EMERGENCIES
Contact the Security Control Centre on VHF channel 12 or 328 7917 or Emergency Services on 111 where necessary.
- Access for trucks is via the SCC at the end of Gladstone Quay or other automatic gates.
- Road transport carriers will need to provide details of their cargo when they arrive in the SCC Enquiries Lane; this may be in the form of a Carters Notification or receipt.
- They will be required to display one of the approved forms of photographic identification and a visitor’s pass will be issued to the person.
- Regular users can drive through the SCC’s express lane with a proximity card; cards are for individuals only.
- Driving alongside vessels being worked is prohibited unless delivering cargo directly to the stevedore.
Taxi operators must arrange to meet passengers outside the port boundaries.
STANDARDS AND CONDITIONS AGREEMENTS
Further information regarding security compliance for contractors and customers is contained in our Standard Conditions of Business.
CONTACTING THE SECURITY TEAM
Phone: (03) 328 7917