Capability Statement

Looking for a copy of our Capability Statement?

Capability Statement Logo

Aerial Drone of NSS @ Work

NSS recently partnered up with SkyDronics to bring you a series of aerial drone videos of just some of the services we offer at NSS.

YouTube Berth3 Ferrite Loading


YouTube TruckConvoy

Move drone video and other NSS videos can be found over on our YouTube Channel.

Coming into Queensland? You’ll need to declare it from this weekend.

New rules apply to all travellers from New Zealand or another state or territory within Australia.

It starts 1am this Saturday (19 June).

The new requirement for travel declarations would support contact tracing efforts, said Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Yvette D’Ath.

“It’s vital that if an interstate exposure site or hotspot is declared, our health experts can quickly contact anyone who has travelled into Queensland from that area,” she said.

“This is the next line of defence for Queensland – if we’re able to reach people quickly, it will reduce the risk of COVID-19 in Queensland and manage outbreaks right from the get-go.

“The declaration is made online and is quick and easy, taking only a few minutes to complete, and operates in a similar fashion to the Victorian system.”

Queensland will introduce green, amber and red areas, where green means no travel restrictions, amber signifies interstate exposure venues, and red alerts to a hotspot.

The declaration would need to be made up to 72 hours prior to travelling to said Queensland Chief Health Officer Dr Jeannette Young.

“The travel declaration needs to be made close to your travel, to ensure it reflects the most up-to-date advice,” she said.

“Things can change quickly with COVID-19 – we’ve seen it time and time again, especially with the evolving situation in Victoria, so travellers will need to check the latest restrictions before travelling.”

Dr Young said a cross-border zone would be re-established so those living close to the QLD-NSW border wouldn’t need to complete multiple travel declarations.

“We know there are a number of people living close to the Queensland border who either work or access important services regularly in Queensland or in northern New South Wales,” she said.

“We want to ensure they can continue to do that without making a declaration each time they cross the border, so we’ve established a border zone to cater for those situations.”


Screen-Shot-2021-06-17-at-11.36.59-am-855x0-c-default_1.png