Resources for Shipping Agents, Contractors and Suppliers

Depending on the activities to be undertaken while moored on Port Otago bearths, ships are required to complete permits:

Marine Permits

These notification permits are required to meet Otago Harbour marine by-laws. Marine Permits are approved by Harbour Radio or the Duty Pilot. Marine Permits are needed for:

  • hull painting
  • life boat deployment
  • engine immobilisation
  • diving
  • bunkering

 

Health and Safety Permits

Health and Saftey Permits are required to ensure minimum safety measures are applied to high-risk activities. Ships are also required to supply an approved procedure for the task or an approved Job Safety Analysis (JSA). The Operations or Cruise team review the forms and procedures, before any work begins.

Health and Saftely Permits are needed for:

  • working at height
  • hot work
  • confined space entry
  • special crane use

For guidance on which permits are applicable to your work, ask your contact at Port Otago.

 

Permits and Application Forms

Adobe PDF Format:

Microsoft Word Format:

POL Permit to Work (print on A3)

 

POL Authorised Access Application Form

 

POL Crane Lifting Permit (print on A3)

 

POL Dive Permit Form

POL Dive Permit Form

POL Heavy Loading Permit (Dunedin Wharves)

 

POL Hull Painting Permit Form

POL Hull Painting Permit Form

POL Immobilisation Permit Form

POL Immobilisation Permit Form

POL Life Boat Recovery Permit Form

POL Life Boat Recovery Permit Form

Otago Regional Council (ORC) Declaration of Intention to Undertake Hot Work

Otago Regional Council (ORC) Declaration of Intention to Undertake Hot Work

 

Guidance

POL Guide to Permit to Work

POL Guide to Elevated Work Platforms + Vessel Information