We understand this is a challenging time for everyone in the port community, with a lot of uncertainty regarding the full impact of COVID-19 across the country.
The health and wellbeing of all our team members, contractors, port user’s and the wider local community remains paramount at this time.
We have implemented a range of risk controls and business continuity measures, to ensure that we will continue to provide critical ports services and facilitate ongoing sea trade.
During this period we have implemented additional COVID-19 notification requirements for all port users and visitors.
GeelongPort Port User
GeelongPort request immediate notification should any organisation operating at GeelongPort become aware of a person contracting COVID-19.
Visitor access is currently restricted. Please be aware of the following screening process.
Worker Permits & COVID Safe Plans
GeelongPort require anyone entering and working at GeelongPort facilities from Stage 4 restriciton areas to have worker permits and a business COVID Safe Plan in place.
Mandatory Face Masks
From Monday 3 August 2020, GeelongPort require anyone entering, working or visiting GeelongPort facilities to wear a face mask.
For the latest health information and guidelines please refer to the Department of Health and Human Services