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Your MSIC will need to be re-printed onto a TasPorts access card. You are required to:

  • Contact Tasports Access Control on 03 6222 6054 and you will be provided with the required re-print forms.
  • Complete the reprint form and submit via email to
  • You are then required to complete the TasPorts induction by clicking here and choosing the ‘Induction only’ button.

On successful completion of all of the above steps, access control will lodge the form to Veritas who will then re issue your existing MSIC onto a TasPorts access card. You will be contacted by security when your card arrives.

You will receive a link from Veritas approximately eight weeks prior to your MSIC expiring.

To renew your MSIC, please ensure you do so by clicking the link within the email from Veritas. This email will be sent to the email address that you used when you first created your current MSIC application.

The following areas of your application have been pre-populated to include relevant information relating to your employment:

  • Employer and contact details
  • Payment information
  • Type of MSIC required
  • Operational Need Statement

This information is specific to your employment and should not be modified. Any changes made may result in yourapplication not being processed.

  • Ensure your application includes your full legal name and the spelling matches your birth certificate.
  • You will be prompted to complete the TasPorts induction directly after completing your MSIC application.

    Failure to complete your induction at the time of applying for your MSIC will result in yourMSIC application not being processed by Veritas.
  • You are then required to take your MSIC application and associated documentation to an approved Australia Post outlet within 14 days. Australia Post will take your photo and submit your application to Veritas​.

    Failure to lodge within 14 days will result in your application being purged from the system. If special circumstances exist that will delay lodgement &/or payment please contact access control on 03 6222 6054

    Note: ​Not every Australia Post outlet is able to process your application. Please refer to your MSIC application for a list of approved Australia Post outlets.
  • You will be contacted by TasPorts Security when your MSIC arrives and it will then beprovided to you.

If you need to make changes to your application, have any issues with lodgement or have any questions, please contact access control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

Step 1:

You are required to complete an MSIC application and the TasPorts induction.

Once you are registered as an employee with TasPorts you will receive an email from Veritas which includes a personalised link to the MSIC application & Induction. Please complete your MSIC application by clicking the link provided in the email and carefully following the instructions provided in Step 2:

If you have not received this email please contact access control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

Failure to complete your induction at the time of applying for your MSIC will result in your MSIC application not being processed by Veritas. Please ensure that you apply for your MSIC by clicking the link in the email. Do not visit the Veritas direct website.

Step 2:

The following areas of your application have been pre-populated to include relevant information relating to your employment:

  • Employer and contact details
  • Payment information
  • Type of MSIC required
  • Operational Need Statement

This information is specific to your employment and should not be modified. Any changes made may result in your application not being processed.

  • Ensure your application includes your full legal name and the spelling matches your birth certificate.
  • You will be prompted to complete the TasPorts induction directly after completing your MSIC application.

    Failure to complete your induction at the time of applying for your MSIC will result in yourMSIC application not being processed by Veritas.
  • You are then required to take your MSIC application and associated documentation to an approved Australia Post outlet within 14 days. Australia Post will take your photo and submit your application to Veritas​.

    Failure to lodge within 14 days will result in your application being purged from the system. If special circumstances exist that will delay lodgement &/or payment please contact Access Control on 03 6222 6054

    Note: Not every Australia Post outlet is able to process your application. Please refer to your MSIC application for a list of approved Australia Post outlets.
  • You will be contacted by TasPorts Security when your MSIC arrives and it will then be provided to you.

If you need to make changes to your application, have any issues with lodgement or have any questions, please contact access control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

You are required to apply for an MSIC integrated access card and complete the TasPorts induction.

To obtain an MSIC you will need to complete an online application form and an induction, which will take you around 30 minutes to complete.

  • On completion, you can then lodge your MSIC application at an approved Australia Post outlet (please refer to your MSIC application form for your nearest approved Australia Post outlet.  Note that not all Australia Post outlets are able to process MSIC applications).
  • You will need to take with you to Australia Post the required identification documents as specified on your MSIC application.
  • Lodgement instructions will print out as a part of your application and you should follow these instructions carefully.

Lodgement Timeframe

You are required to submit your MSIC application at Australia Post within 14 days of completing the online process.

Failure to lodge within the 14 day period will result in your application and induction being purged from the system and you will be required to start the process again. If special circumstances exist that would delay the lodging / payment please contact TasPorts Access Control on 03 6222 6054.

Induction

Veritas will not print your MSIC if your TasPorts induction is not completed at the time of submitting your application.

Grace Period

Provided your application has been submitted at Australia Post with all the correct paperwork, has been paid for, and your induction has been successfully completed, TasPorts will enable you a grace period. During this time you will be able to access the port with your driver’s licence until such time as your MSIC arrives.

If you have any issues with lodgement or have any questions, please contact access control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

To access the MSIC application and induction, please click here.

You will begin to receive reminder notices from Veritas approximately eight weeks prior to your MSIC expiring.

To renew your MSIC, please ensure you do so by clicking the link provided within the email from Veritas. This email will be sent to the email address that you supplied when you first created your current MSIC application.

  • To avoid being refused access to the port, your MSIC renewal should be lodged no later than 6 weeks prior to your current MSIC expiring.
  • If your MSIC was issued by a provider other than Veritas and is not printed on a TasPorts Access Card, please click the link below to complete your renewal.
  • It is a requirement to complete the induction at the time of completing your MSIC application. Failure to do this will result in your application not being processed by Veritas.
  • Please ensure that you apply for your MSIC by clicking the link in the email or by clicking the link below. Do not visit the Veritas direct website.

If you have any questions, please contact access control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

If you have not received an email from Veritas or your MSIC was issued by another MSIC provider, you can complete your MSIC renewal by clicking the following link and selecting ‘MSIC application & Induction’. You will then be prompted to select if you are renewing your MSIC.

To access the MSIC application and induction, please click here.

You have identified that you have a current MSIC that is not printed on a TasPorts access card (e.g. you brought it with you from another maritime operation).

You are required to complete the following:

  • As your current MSIC does not allow you swipe access into the port, you are required to apply for a Temporary Access Card (TAC).  To apply for a TAC, please download the application form here.
  • Please send your completed application form along with a high resolution colour image of your MSIC to .
  • Complete the TasPorts induction by clicking the following link and selecting the right button ‘Induction Only’. You can access the induction here.

Please note that until the above steps are successfully completed (Your application form and payment have been submitted to Access Control and your induction has been completed) you will not be authorised to access the port. Only under these conditions will a Grace period will be applied whereby you can access the port by showing your MSIC to security at the gate until you receive your TAC.

NOTE: Veritas offer the option of having your current MSIC reprinted onto a TasPorts access card.  Should you wish to look into this option, you can contact the Veritas Group on 08 9226 0711 or email: and discuss your options.

If you have any questions regarding applying for a Temporary Access Card, please contact access control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

You are required to apply for an MSIC integrated access card and complete the TasPorts induction.

Your company is registered as an MSIC Agent and has an arrangement with Veritas for obtaining MSIC’s.

Your company agent will send you an email from Veritas which includes a personalised link to the MSIC application & Induction. Please complete your MSIC application by clicking the link provided in the email. Your company MSIC agent will inform you of the next steps to take.  If you are unsure who your company MSIC agent is please check with your manager. Please note the following information prior to completing your application:

Lodgement Timeframe

Your company MSIC agent is required to submit your MSIC application to Veritas within 14 days.

Failure to lodge within the 14 day period will result in your application and induction being purged from the system and you will be required to start the process again. If special circumstances exist that would delay the lodging / payment please contact Access Control on 03 6222 6054.

Induction

Failure to complete your induction at the time of applying for your MSIC will result in your MSIC application not being processed by Veritas.

Grace Period

Provided your application has been submitted to Veritas via your company agent with all the correct paperwork, a purchase order supplied, and your induction has been successfully completed, TasPorts will enable you a grace period. During this time you will be able to access the port with your driver’s licence until such time as your MSIC arrives.

If you have any issues with lodgement or have any questions, please contact access control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

You will begin to receive reminder notices from Veritas approximately eight weeks prior to your MSIC expiring.

To renew your MSIC, please ensure you do so by clicking the link provided within the email from Veritas. This email will be sent to the email address that you supplied when you first created your current MSIC application.

  • To avoid being refused access to the port, your MSIC renewal should be lodged no later than 6 weeks prior to your current MSIC expiring.
  • If your MSIC was issued by a provider other than Veritas and is not printed on a TasPorts Access Card, please contact your company MSIC agent to send you a link from their portal to begin your application.
  • It is a requirement to complete the induction at the time of completing your MSIC application. Failure to do this will result in your application not being processed by Veritas.
  • Please ensure that you apply for your MSIC by clicking the link in the email or by obtaining a link from your company MSIC agent.

If you have any questions, please contact access control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

Please ensure that you apply for your MSIC by clicking the link in the email. Do not visit the Veritas direct website.

Your company is registered as an MSIC Agent and has an arrangement with Veritas for obtaining MSIC’s.

Please check with your company agent prior to completing either of the following options. If you are not sure who your company agent is, please check with your manager

Option 1

Depending on the expiry date of your MSIC, Veritas offer the option of having your current MSIC reprinted onto a TasPorts access card.  Should you wish to look into this option, you can contact Veritas 08 9226 0711 or email: .

Option 2

As your current MSIC does not allow you swipe access into the port, you are required to apply for a Temporary Access Card (TAC).

  • To apply for a TAC, please download the application form here.
  • Please send your completed application form along with a high resolution colour image of your MSIC to ..
  • Complete the TasPorts induction by clicking the following link and selecting the right button ‘Induction Only’. You can access the induction here.

Please note that until the above steps are successfully completed (Your application form and payment have been submitted to Access Control and your induction has been completed) you will not be authorised to access the port.

Only under these conditions will a grace period be applied whereby you can access the port by showing your MSIC to security at the gate until such time as you receive your TAC.

If you have any questions, please contact access control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

Domain Slip

Port user accessing only the Domain Slip will not require an MSIC.

If however you access other sites in addition to the Domain Slip you will be required to obtain an MSIC. Please go back and select additional port locations to be given appropriate instructions.

To access the Domain Slip, you are required to complete the following steps:

  • Apply for a Site Access Pass (SAP).  You can download a copy of the application form by clicking here.
  • Please contact TasPorts Operations on 03 6222 6037 to book a time to complete the Domain Slip Site Orientation.
  • Your completed SAP application must be submitted to access control along with payment details and a copy of your driver’s licence, prior to booking a site orientation.

If you have any questions please contact access control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

King Island

Persons accessing the King Island site will not require an MSIC. If you access more than the King Island site you will be required to obtain an MSIC, please go back and select additional port locations to be given appropriate instructions.

To access King Island, you are required to complete the following steps:

  • Apply for a Site Access Pass (SAP).  You can download a copy of the application form by clicking here.
  • Complete the online induction by clicking the following link and selecting the right button ‘Induction Only’. Click here to access the Induction.
  • You are required to complete a site orientation. Please contact King Island Operations on 03 6461 1155 to book a time to complete.
  • Your completed SAP application must be submitted to access control along with payment details and your induction fully completed prior to booking a site orientation.

If you have any questions please contact access control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

Devonport Airport

Persons accessing the Devonport Airport (landside or terminal) site must apply for a Site Access Pass (SAP).

If however you access multiple sites including maritime then you will be required to apply for an MSIC, please go back and select additional port locations to be given appropriate instructions.

If you are not accessing air side and only accessing the terminal area and or accompanying officers you will be required to apply for a SAP and complete the induction.

To access Devonport Airport, you are required to complete the following steps:

  • Apply for a Site Access Pass (SAP).  You can download a copy of the application form by clicking here.
  • Complete the online induction by clicking the following link and selecting the right button ‘Induction Only’. Click here to access the Induction.

If you are accessing the security restricted airside of Devonport Airport you will be required to hold an ASIC. Please contact Access Control on 03 6222 6054 or email to discuss.

Flinders Island

Persons accessing the Flinders Island site will not require an MSIC. If you access more than the Flinders Island site you will be required to obtain an MSIC, please go back and select additional port locations to be given appropriate instructions.

To access Flinders Island, you are required to complete the following steps:

  • Apply for a Site Access Pass (SAP).  You can download a copy of the application form by clicking here.
  • Complete the online induction by clicking the following link and selecting the right button ‘Induction Only’. Click here to access the Induction.

If you have any questions please contact access control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

By selecting this option you have identified that the work you perform sits outside the security fence line of a port area and or secure building attached to the fence line, and you at no time require access to a security controlled area on the TasPorts site that you have selected. Some examples of works that would fit into this category are road and carpark or pavement surfacing outside a port fence line, project works within the Hobart Cruise Terminal that do not require wharf access, conducting projects works for TasPorts on a TasPorts public use site area such as Franklin Warf Hobart.

If you perform activities that either now or in the future may require you to access a security controlled port area, you are required to apply and obtain an MSIC, please go back to previous section and select that you access a security controlled port area as part of your work and follow the instructions.

If you are unsure if your work will require you to access a security controlled area of the site either now or in the future, please contact Access Control on 03 6222 6054 or email .

If you have selected the right category, you are required to complete the TasPorts Induction. When completing the induction, on the first page, select ‘yes’ to the ‘I access King Island, Flinders Island, or a non-security controlled port site’. This induction must be completed before performing any work on a TasPorts site, if you are contracted by TasPorts to deliver a project or maintenance activity.

To access the induction, please click here.