Permits & Passes
Dangerous Goods Permit
Please complete and submit the Dangerous Goods Permit Application.
The Port Authorities Operations Regulations authorize the Port of Prince Rupert to restrict and control diving operations within the port to ensure the safety of all divers and to prevent diving operations from interfering with terminal operations or the free passage of nautical traffic. Diving may commence only when this “Diving Permit” is completed in its entirety. PSOC will forward approved permits to Marine Communications and Traffic Services (MCTS).
Application to Hold a Marine Event
All marine events may only commence when this “Application to Hold a Marine Event” is completed in its entirety and emailed to the Harbour Master’s office via the Port Security Operations Centre (PSOC) (email@example.com). All portions of the Permit must be completed and each question on the sheet must be answered in the affirmative.
Hot Work Permit
All Hot Work may only commence when this “Welding and Hot Work Permit” is completed in its entirety and emailed to the Harbour Master’s office via the Port Security Operations Centre (PSOC) (firstname.lastname@example.org). All portions of the Permit must be completed and each question on the sheet must be answered in the affirmative.
Green Wave Vessel Incentive Application
Vessels can qualify for one of three tier levels above the base rate based on environmental performance. These tiers are based on level
of commitment towards aspects such as reducing air emissions and pollutants, using more energy efficient technology, and
participating in the marine sustainability organizations and initiatives that are being rapidly adopted worldwide.
Except at a certified fueling facility, no vessel exceeding 50 metres in length overall shall bunker or refuel within the harbour, unless prior approval has been obtained from the Prince Rupert Port Authority and the Bunkering Checklist is completed. The Master of any vessel engaged in bunkering and the bunker supervisor of a bunkering vehicle shall not begin a transfer before the Bunkering Checklist has been truthfully completed and, with all questions answered in the affirmative, completed and signed by the Masters of both the bunkering vessel and the receiving vessel, the bunker supervisor and the officer in charge. In the case of a land transfer, the Bunkering Checklist is signed by the Master of the receiving vessel, the officer in charge and the bunker supervisor of the bunkering vehicle. The Bunkering Checklist must be kept on file for at least one year and a copy emailed to the Port Security and Operations Center at email@example.com immediately after bunkering is completed.