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CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

DARWIN PORT INDUCTION SYSTEM (DPIS)

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

 

 

  1. APPLICATION TYPES 

Initial Application (12 Months) You do require a Port Entry Pass

To access a Darwin Port (DP) workplace ongoing for a 12 month period you must apply using the DPIS process which consists of (a)registering your company and personal details, (b)completing the online induction, (c)collection of the Port Entry pass and (d)full payment being lodged.    

Annual validation

Your Port Entry pass will expire in 12 months so to ensure Port access will not be denied when this occurs and that your access is re validated, annually steps (b), (c) and (d) of the DPIS process must be completed.  A reminder email from the ‘Darwin Port Induction System’ will be sent, 4 weeks prior to the expiration, to your original registered email address. 

Initial Application (1 month or less) You do not require a Port Entry Pass.  Use your Training Record and Photographic Identification to gain access.

To access a DP workplace for short term period (1 month or less) you must apply using the DPIS process which consists of (a)registering your company and personal details, (b)completing the online induction and (c)using the training record and photographic identification to gain access.  You will be required to stop at the front gate to sign in.  On expiration you cannot re register again for 1 month access within a 12 month period, however this access can be extended when converting to a Port Entry Pass. 

NOTE # You will have fourteen (14) days to complete the whole process, failure to do so will result in you having to start the DPIS steps over.

  1. EMPLOYERS REQUIREMENTS

All Employers registering an individual employee, validates that the applicant registered is of their employment and that their employee will follow all requests of a DP workplace.  You as the employer will undertake to comply with all terms of Conditions of Entry. 

Employers must also ensure;

  • their worker requires this access to DP for the purpose of work
  • they notify DP when an worker leaves their employment
  • they notify DP where a pass has been lost, a replacement cost will be charged
  • surrender the Port Entry pass where required to do so by DP and;
  • that the worker has completed the Online Induction component of the DPIS process themselves.
  1. EMPLOYEE REQUIREMENTS

All employees registered by their employer to complete the Online Induction will comply with all terms of Conditions of Entry.

Employees must also ensure;

  • they only require this access on request from their employer
  • they will not attempt to share, transfer or sell their Port Entry pass or Training Record to any other person
  • they have completed the Online Induction component of the DPIS process themselves
  • they will follow any direction or requests bestowed upon them by a DP officer or employee while at a DP workplace and;
  • they will follow any other requests, rules, procedures at a DP workplace.
  1. PORT ENTRY PASS AND TRAINING RECORD

Port Entry Pass and Training Record remains the property of the DP at all times and can be confiscated where a DP Officer or representative believes an individual has breached any request, rules, procedures or conditions at a DP Workplace.

  1. PAYMENT REQUIREMENTS

The DPIS process (12 Months) incurs a fee of $55.00 inclusive of GST.  This is payable on completion of the Online Induction and receipt of the Port Entry pass.  For EFT payments, failure to pay within the payment terms will result in cancellation of the access.  Method of Payment form is found attached to the ‘Completion of DP Induction Online Training’ email.    

  1. INVALID / EXPIRED PORT ENTRY PASS OR TRAINING RECORD

Any person carrying an invalid/expired passes will not be granted access to a DP workplace.  It is the responsibility of the Port User to ensure their Port Entry pass or Training Record is valid at all times.

  1. PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY

The DP collects information on the Registration form for the purpose of establishing security access to the Port of Darwin wharf areas.The DP may provide this information to an authorised Government Agency for security purposes, to meet the requirements of the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Act.  Failure to provide this information in full may result in refusal of access to the Port’s facilities.

  1. VISITORS

Visitors must complete the Visitor Safety Security Procedure Induction and will be under escort at all times by a Port Entry pass holder.Visitors must not undertake any work at any time.

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