e-Learning Bulletin-001-2020 March 30, 2020

 

Port Emergency Measures to Ensure Unhampered Flow of Import Cargo at MICT

Notice of Prohibition Againts Imposition of Additional Port Charges and Fees, Including Hazard Fee, in the Provision and Delivery of Port Services

Notice to all RC Heads (Head Offices and PMOs) Alternative Platform for Course Delivery of e-Learning on Career Enhancement Program

Guidelines in the Implementation of Community Quarantine in Luzon in all Ports Under the Jurisdiction of the Philippines Port Authority (PPA)



An Executive Order Imposing General Community Quarantine in the Province of Misamis Occidental Effective March 18, 2020 (11:59 A.M.) to April 2, 2020 (12:00 Noon)


Guidelines in the Issuance of Entry/Withdrawal Permit


PPA Accreditation System Support

For your PPA Accreditation System Support inquiries you may e-Mail us at support_accreditation@ppa.com.ph


Aboitiz Foundation arms PPA frontline personnel with protective equipment

31 MARCH 2020—The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) gladly received some 1,500 pieces of face masks from the Aboitiz Foundation to arm its frontline personnel with the much-needed personal protective equipment (PPE).  According to PPA General Manager Jay Daniel R. Santiago, the donation came in handy as the port’s frontline personnel remains busy ensuring the smooth flow of cargoes, essential and otherwise, into the local and international supply chain.

Manila ports fear shut down due to continued cargo congestion, slow pull out

31 MARCH 2020, MANILA—Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) General Manager Jay Daniel R. Santiago warned of a possible port shutdown if cargo owners and consignees continue to shun calls to withdraw cleared, ready for delivery and overstaying cargoes.

Santiago said that despite efforts to transfer cleared and overstaying containers from the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) to a facility inside the Manila North Harbor, there are still not enough breathing space for the Manila port terminals to operate efficiently and productively.

PPA imposes entry protocol in offices, ports in fight against COVID-19

27 MARCH 2020, MANILA—The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is putting another safety and security layer in its bid to make Its ports COVID-19 free including the entire port community.

Starting Friday, the PPA is imposing the accomplishment of an entry form for all persons transacting with the agency. The entry protocol aims to determine the movement of its employees and the transacting public in the last 7 days.

PPA releases month’s salary of employees, JOs, mid-year, 13th month pay to follow

20 MARCH 2020, MANILA—Taking the cue from the President's pronouncement to mitigate the effect of the Luzon-wide quarantine to workers, the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has released  in advance the month’s salary of its employees including that of  its Job Order (JO) and Contract of Service (CoS) personnel.

PPA issues guidelines for unhampered cargo movements amid the Luzon-wide quarantine

18 MARCH 2020, MANILA- Heeding the call for an unimpeded cargo movement  to and from the ports of Manila and the entire Luzon as well as the movement of the accompanying crew and personnel of the transiting cargoes, the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) issued a memo circular  suspending  the earlier  order  the agency has issued on entry and withdrawal of cargoes.

PPA ports under tight watch, new measures against COVID-19 imposed

11 MARCH 2020, MANILA—In its bid to reduce the risk of transmission through ports, the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) intensifies its measures against the deadly Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).

On top of the usual thermal scanning of passengers and port personnel in all ports, the PPA has mandated all its Port Management Offices to make available to passengers, port users and other stakeholders necessary disinfecting supply such as anti-bacterial solutions and sanitizers.