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LPC is a unique and complex working environment. Each day, many high-risk activities are carried out by LPC Staff, Contractors, Site and Port Users.
To provide an additional overview of activities on LPC Sites, LPC has established the LPC Authority and Permit to Work System.
Anyone wanting to access LPC sites to carry out activity that may expose people to an LPC Critical Risk must request an Authority to Work from the LPC Permit Office two business days in advance of the planned activity.
Given the nature of Port activity it is inevitable that short-notice authorities will be needed. The LPC Permit Office will endeavour to turn around short-notice requests in time to avoid undue delays.
Some work carries inherently high risk and must be carried out under an LPC Permit to Work or an activity-specific Authority to Work. Activity requiring a Permit or specific Authority to Work includes:
Applicants are asked to complete the relevant Authority to Work application form via the APPLY NOW links (top right) and forward any relevant supporting documents (JSA/SWMS etc) to the LPC Permit Office via email to email@example.com
The Permit Office will review requests for potential issues and impacts on nearby activity, applicants may be contacted to clarify details or for additional information.
If a Permit to Work is required, the LPC Permit Office will advise of any additional information and supporting documentation requirements.
Once reviewed and approved an Authority or a Permit to Work will be issued and confirmation sent to the applicant via email.
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Phone: 03 741 5164
Address: 58 Norwich Quay, Lyttelton
LPC corporate office
37-39 Gladstone Quay
Private Bag 501