Vaccination Policy

Vaccination Policy

StraitNZ Vaccination policy for visitors, suppliers, contractors and service providers to StraitNZ Sites:

StraitNZ is committed to minimizing the likelihood of COVID-19 transmission in the workplace.

As a transport operator and an essential service, StraitNZ employees have high levels of interaction with suppliers, service providers and customers, which potentially creates a higher risk of being exposed to COVID-19.

StraitNZ has completed a risk assessment in conjunction with WorkSafe guidelines on how best to protect our employees. Based on Government guidance and expert health advice, it is clear that vaccination is the safest and most effective protection against COVID-19.

From 3 December 2021, all suppliers, service providers and other visitors to StraitNZ’s sites must be able to provide evidence of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Those who are not vaccinated or who aren’t able to provide evidence of vaccination will not be allowed to enter the premises.

We will accept the following as evidence of vaccination:

Your vaccination records are considered personal medical information and StraitNZ will only use these records to validate vaccination status. They will not be stored by us.

We also acknowledge that there are some people who are currently uncertain about vaccination, do not wish to get vaccinated, or are not able to get vaccinated for medical reasons. If so, our teams will be happy to arrange for contact via video call, phone or email.

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