Corona Virus - COVID19

Corona Virus - COVID19

Esbjerg Havn er et kritisk infrastruktur, hvor vi i den svære situation som følge af COVID-19 pandemi stadig vil opretholde havne drift. Der er taget yderste forholdsregler og derfor har vi stadig havnevagt, kranfører og andre kritiske funktioner. Planlægning, beslutninger og anlægsprojekter forsætter uhindret og alle vores møder bibeholdes via skype eller telefon.

Esbjerg Havn opererer som normalt og COVID-19 beredskabsplaner er iværksat. Havnearbejdere og kranførere er opdelt i flere hold og der er 100% backup på alle funktioner, således at skibene losses og lastes som normalt.
 

COVID-19 Procedure - Vessels to Port Esbjerg

Port Esbjerg will maintain operation during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mandatory Declaration of Health
All vessels entering Port Esbjerg must send the Port Esbjerg Declaration of Health to vagt@portesbjerg.dk.

The Declaration of Health is mandatory:

     - prior to arrival or prior to contact with operations ashore.
     - if any of the answers given in the Declaration changes during the stay.

The Port Esbjerg Declaration of Health can be found on the Port Esbjerg website www.portesbjerg.dk. (Vessels may send their own form/declaration if the content is identical with that of the Port Esbjerg Declaration.)

Port Esbjerg uses the information for internal procedures. However, answers (only the yes/no) to the nine health questions may be forwarded to specific operators (e.g. operation staff, agents, stevedores, pilots, etc.).

Health Declaration to Danish Health Authorities
In case of suspicion of contagious diseases, the regulation concerning detailed information to the Danish Health Authorities applies as usual.
The vessel is requested to inform both Port Esbjerg and the Danish Health Authorities.

Additional information
Vessels which can answer all nine questions with a “NO” are free of diseases and infections and comply with all maritime requirements applicable. Such vessels are encouraged to show flag “Q” as a signal for operators in port.

Vessels are encouraged to forward own restrictions to relevant parties prior to arrival (port, pilot, stevedores, agents, etc.).

Closed Borders
Denmark closed its borders on 14th March 2020, and the borders will remain closed until 13th April 2020 or even longer. All persons must remain onboard the vessel and are not allowed to enter either Port Esbjerg or Denmark in general.

However, travelers with a worthy purpose may enter Denmark. This applies to:

     - crew change
     - work related to operation, e.g. quayside inspection of cargo/gear.

 

Authorities – Information and Hotline
Danish Maritime Authority - https://www.dma.dk/Presse/temaer/corona/Sider/default.aspx
Joined Danish Authority web and hotline - https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark

Thank you for your co-operation!
 

 

De danske sundhedsmyndigheder har udarbejdet vejledninger for personer der ankommer Danmark, herunder skibe til danske havne.

Se også de officielle nationale hjemmesider.

https://www.sst.dk/da/Viden/Smitsomme-sygdomme/Smitsomme-sygdomme-A-AA/C...
https://www.politi.dk/corona

Sundhedsstyrelsens plakater.

POE Declaration of Health

Hygiejne DK

Hygiene UK

Info plakat kontakt oplysninger DK

Emergency Contact UK

Emergency Contact Chinese