Consultants

The online induction link must only be used by Consultants. Contractors who complete the induction via this link will have to redo the Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC) induction via the Rapid Global Contractor Management system.  

​​​​​​Definition

 

A Consultant is a person working in an advisory capacity and not performing physical works on-site. 

​If you require further clarification if you should hold a Consultant ID card, please contact GPC's Security, Induction and MSIC Office.

New induction

1. Complete GPC's Online Induction​.

 

  • The induction must be completed by the applicant that is applying for the ID Card.

  • The induction will cover the Port of Gladstone, Port of Rockhampton and Fisherman’s Landing.

  • The induction must be followed right through to the end for it to register as completed.

  • Upon successful completion of the induction an email will be sent to your nominated email address containing your GPC Online Induction Completion Transcript. Please print this transcript and attach to your application.

2. ​Complete the Identification Card Application Form.

  • Personal details — to be completed and signed by the applicant.

  • Employer details — to be completed and signed off by the employer to verify the applicant’s employment.

  • Authorising person — to be completed and signed off by your GPC representative (whomever has engaged your company to work).

 

Forms will not be accepted unless all sections are completed and signed off as required.

3. Make an appointment with the GPC Security, Induction and MSIC Office.

  • Appointments are required and will take approximately 15 minutes.

  • Applicants will be required to present the following documents at the time of their appointment — failure to do so will result in applications not being processed.

    • Completed Site ID Application Form

    • Online Induction Completion Transcript

    • Photo and signature identification (e.g. driver licence)

    • MSIC, if applicable.

4. Once processed, cards are valid for two years from the date of completion of the induction.

 

Renew an ID card

 

1. Complete GPC's Online Induction.

  • The induction must be completed by the applicant that is applying for the ID Card. 

  • The induction will cover the Port of Gladstone, Port of Rockhampton and Fisherman’s Landing.

  • The induction must be followed right through to the end for it to register as completed.

  • Upon successful completion of the induction an email will be sent to your nominated email address containing your GPC Online Induction Completion Transcript. Please print this transcript and attach to your application.

2. ​Complete the Identification Card Application Form.

  • Personal details — to be completed and signed by the applicant.

  • Employer details — to be completed and signed off by the employer to verify the applicant’s employment.

  • Authorising person — to be completed and signed off by your GPC representative (whomever has engaged your company to work).

 

Forms will not be accepted unless all sections are completed and signed off as required.

 

3. There are two options to have your renewal processed.
 

  • Option One: Contact GPC's Security, Induction and MSIC Office to make an appointment. Applicants will be required to present the following documents at the time of their appointment — failure to do so will result in applications not being processed.

    • ​Completed Site ID Application Form

    • Online Induction Completion Transcript

    • Phone and signature identification (e.g. driver licence)

    • MSIC, if applicable.

 

Failure to present these documents will result in applications not being processed. Once processed cards are valid for 2 years from the date of completion of the induction.

  • Option Two: Email the following items to induction@gpcl.com.au to have your card renewed, ensure that your email states it is a renewal of your existing card and include your previous card number if known.

    • Completed Site ID Application Form

    • Online Induction Completion Transcript

    • Photo and signature identification

    • MSIC, if applicable

    • JPEG photo — this is required to be in front of a white background, taken from the shoulders up and the applicant's face should be clear and unobstructed.​

 

4. The GPC Security, Induction and MSIC Office will process and advise the new expiry date once completed. 

Replace a lost, stolen or damaged ID card

If your GPC ID Card is lost or stolen you must notify the GPC Security, Induction and MSIC Office immediately so that your card can be deactivated — phone 07 4976 1350 or 07 4976 1213 after hours.

  

1. Complete the Identification Card Application Form.

 

  • Personal details — to be completed and signed by the applicant.

  • Employer details — to be completed and signed off by the employer to verify the applicant's employment.

  • Authorising person — to be completed and signed off by your GPC representative (whomever has engaged your company to work).


Forms will not be accepted unless all sections are completed and signed off as required
 

2. There are two options to have your replacement processed:

  • Option OneContact GPC's Security, Induction and MSIC office to make an appointment. Applicants will be required to present the following documents at the time of their appointment — failure to do so will result in applications not being processed.

    • ​Completed Site ID Application Form

    • Online Induction Completion Transcript

    • Phone and signature identification (e.g. driver licence)

    • MSIC, if applicable.
       

  • Option Two: Email the following items to induction@gpcl.com.au to have your card renewed, ensure that your email states it is a renewal of your existing card and include your previous card number if known.

    • Completed Site ID Application Form

    • Online Induction Completion Transcript

    • Photo and signature identification

    • MSIC, if applicable

    • JPEG photo — this is required to be in front of a white background, taken from the shoulders up and the applicant's face should be clear and unobstructed.

 

3. The GPC Security, Induction and MSIC Office will process and advise when the replacement card is ready for collection.

Change of company

 

It is your responsibility to notify GPC's Security, Induction and MSIC Office if your employer changes. Any person found to be using an ID Card that is not in the name of their current employer may face access restrictions or suspension from operational sites.

To have your card changed please complete the Site ID Application Form and make an appointment with the GPC Security, Induction and MSIC Office to have a new card printed. The form must be signed off by the new employer before it can be processed.

 

More information

 

For information or assistance regarding obtaining a GPC ID card email or phone ​GPC's Security, Induction and MSIC Office on 07 4976 1350.

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