Lyttleton Port Seeks Access Control, CCTV

♦ Lyttleton Port Seeks Access Control, CCTV – Lyttleton Port Company in New Zealand is seeking access control and CCTV maintenance and repair, as well as plans for expanding return on investment.

LPC requires a capable and competent service provider to maintain and repair the port’s existing CCTV and access control equipment. This includes network interfaces, fibre network, copper network, servers and software.

This scope of work constitutes phase 1, of a 2-phase project, where the second phase considers the future of LPC’s CCTV and access controls asset, where additional operational values can be extracted from the asset. Phase 2 will be bid separately.

Lyttleton Port Company (LPC) must comply with the Maritime Security Act (2004) which requires that access to the port is restricted to authorised people with approved port-related business.

LPC must also comply with the International Ship and Port Security Code (security number 0014), which requires a number of regulations to be in place for the secure and efficient operation of the port which include:

* All visitors to Lyttleton Port must be pre-notified to the security control centre (SCC) at the end of Gladstone Quay prior to arrival on site
* All visitors to the port must report to the SCC and display photo ID
* Regular visitors to the Port may apply for a port access card (PAC) which provides swipe card entry
* A shuttle bus is in operation 24 hours to shuttle ship crew
* The port is a licensed NZ Customs-controlled area. All persons are bound by the NZ Customs and Excise Act 2018
* The port is a MPI-approved transitional facility. All persons are bound by the conditions of the Biosecurity Act 1993
* All vehicles and baggage entering the facility will be subject to a random search
* Surveillance cameras are in operation to help security staff monitor port operations.

This tender closes on December 2 – you can find out more here.

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