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- Health & Safety
Lyttelton Port Company has a responsibility to protect our staff, Lyttelton and the wider community and to make every effort to keep our business running. We are lifeline infrastructure for the region, handling critical goods like food and fuel that keeps the Canterbury and the South Island region running.
An LPC COVID-19 Response team is meeting daily to discuss the latest updates from the Ministry of Health on the virus and any action that may need to be taken by LPC.
We are keeping our teams, contractors and visitors to LPC up-to-date with to ensure we are all following the best good health practices, and are working closely with the Canterbury District Health Board and other New Zealand ports on the response.
Increased border controls
LPC has put in place increased border controls since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak. These have again been increased since the weekend, and now the following border controls are in place:
We’re working hard to make sure that we keep Canterbury supplied with vital supplies, while ensuring the well-being of our staff and the community. We’ll continue to keep you informed as things change, and we will be working closely with Public Health authorities to make sure we follow their advice on health and border controls.
LPC corporate office
37-39 Gladstone Quay
Private Bag 501