Visit the Port of Esperance
The Port of Esperance is open 24-hours per day, which means strict access protocols must be in place to protect the safety and security of our Port, and its people.
If you’re working at the Port of Esperance and require unescorted access or coming to the Port as an escorted visitor, you’ll find all the information you need here.
If you would like to access the Port of Esperance as a visitor, you will need to apply for escorted access. This means you will be supervised by someone with a valid MSIC during your visit. You will also be taken through a hard copy pamphlet outlining key HSES information relevant to the Port by a qualified member of staff.
Note: Should you require to carry out any work in the port whilst under escort, you will be required to carry out an HSES Induction.
Please contact the Port of Esperance to arrange access as a visitor.
All personnel (employees, contractors, Port Users, agents and other service providers) who require unescorted access to any of the Ports managed by Southern Ports must:
- be in possession of a current Maritime Security Identification Card (MSIC). Note: If the MSIC does not have a digital chip, the card holder will also require a separate Port Access Card to gain entry to the port.
- obtain a Letter of Operational Need provided by their employer
- have successfully completed the Southern Ports Health, Safety, Environment and Security (HSES) Induction, and
- had their MSIC or access card activated by the Port of Esperance during office hours (this will need to be arranged with the port directly)
PORT SECURITY AREAS
Please find a map of the Port of Esperance Security Areas here.
The Port of Esperance reserves the right to revoke access to any escorted or unescorted individual at the Port. This applies to workers who are seen performing unsafe work practices, or any person who does not conform to the behaviors outlined in the induction video.
Talk to us
We do everything we can to streamline access for workers and visitors to the Port of Esperance, so if you need further assistance, please contact us.