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Cargo shipment under strict protocol


May 16, 2021 12:54:05 PM

Cargo shipment under strict protocol The Ministry of Transport has set up strict protocols for trucks and cargo transported on inter-island services.

A statement issued by the Ministry of Transport said all vessel operators must allow only designated commercial goods trucks with their drivers to board the vessel.

The Ministry said vessel operators, suppliers of cargo, and or truckers must provide separate drivers at the port of disembarkation

“Point of embarkation, port of loading, drivers will not be permitted to disembark with the trucks at the port of unloading.

“Movement of trucks off the ships shall require change of drivers, which are drivers at the point of disembarkation.

“Vessel operators shall not allow crew members or anyone to interact with drivers on board their vessels. Drivers must be allocated to the passenger lounge.

“All trucks and cargo must be decontaminated prior to disembarkation. This will also include sanitising the driving area.

“Alternatively, vessel operators, suppliers of cargo, and or truckers may board the truck on the vessel and leave the key with the Captain of the vessel for disembarkation drivers.

“However, commercial good trucks with cargo must be safely secured prior to departure. The responsibility of the truck and cargo shall lie with the owners of the trucks.”

The Ministry said while offloading interisland services, vessel operators and crew are to offload cargo at a designated location on the port with restrictive contact with people on the islands/

“Crew and supernumerary onboard vessels must not at any port, leave the vessel for shore. All must remain on the vessel.”

“A bubble for officers and crew must be separately maintained at all times from the people onshore.

“Seafarers and shore-based people are to ensure that proper precautionary measures are taken, including wearing of proper personal equipment such as face masks.”

The Ministry will be working with police and health officials to ensure these strict measures are enforced and any breaches will be dealt with accordingly.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka



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