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  1. 4 YEARS IN SPONSORS Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure

  2. WHAT IS SLP? SAFE LOAD PROGRAM is a JOINT VENTURE COMPANY owned by BP, CALTEX & SHELL, and MANAGED by CALTEX to: ENSURE the SAFETY of the PEOPLE and EQUIPMENT ENTERING their FACILITIES by: PROVIDING SAFETY TRAINING of FUEL TANKER DRIVERS and MANAGING the COMPLIANCE and INTEGRITY of VEHICLES that LOAD PETROLEUM FUEL freightweek.com.au Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure

  3. WHAT ARE THE SLP PROGRAMS? PASS-2-LOAD 6 monthly inspections of all vehicles combinations that load bulk petroleum products at SLP terminals DRIVER ACCREDITATION TRAINING (DAT) Initial theory training and ongoing refresher training of tanker drivers that enter and load at SLP terminals and depots freightweek.com.au Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure

  4. PASS-2-LOAD • Currently 90 SLP – Accredited Inspection Locations (AILs) are licenced by SLP and have exclusive contracts to conduct inspections of fuel tankers and ancillary equipment every 6 months • Vehicles are inspected to SLP Operating Guidelines which are based on Australian Dangerous Goods Code, Australian Standards, and SLP requirements • All individual components of a combination are inspected and display a label verifying the inspection for terminal entry purposes freightweek.com.au Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure

  5. PASS-2-LOAD background • SLP took over from the Australian Institute of Petroleum (AIP) that operated a similar program called AIP-Safe Load Pass in September 2009 • Since then an average of 14,000 inspections have been conducted per annum • This equates to approximately 4,000 fuel tankers of all combinations being inspected twice yearly freightweek.com.au Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure

  6. PASS-2-LOAD initiatives Since 2011 SLP have implemented: • Overfill Protection System – Probe Height Standard • Tanker – Return to Service Checklist Both initiatives have been instrumental in reducing spill incidents in terminal loading gantries. The introduction of non-cork gaskets on tankers by 2015 is contributing to this incident reduction freightweek.com.au Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure

  7. PASS-2-LOAD initiatives Vehicle Exhaust Compliance SLP now require prime movers and rigid cab-chassis’ to meet the requirements of the Australian Standards in regard to vehicle exhaust outlets, where all parts of an exhaust must be shielded Park Brake Door Alarms As a result of roll-away incidents at terminals, all vehicles are now required to have a clearly audible alarm which will alert the driver if the door is opened before the parking brake is applied. freightweek.com.au Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure

  8. PASS-2-LOAD Compliance AIL Auditing Program Auditing of the Accredited Inspection Locations (AILs) by SLP Compliance Specialist – Phil Summers commenced in May. No major non-compliance items SLP Terminals – Vehicle Inspection Program 3 month trial of spot inspections at SLP joint venture terminals in major distribution centres. To date, over 200 vehicles inspected and outcomes will determine the viability and effectiveness freightweek.com.au Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure

  9. DRIVER ACCREDITATION TRAINING • To date over 6500 drivers hold a current SLP passport that is valid for 3years • To obtain a passport drivers undergo theory only DAT training and are assessed by the trainer • DAT is a mandatory requirement for gaining entry to a SLP member terminals to load a fuel tanker freightweek.com.au Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure

  10. DRIVER ACCREDITATION TRAINING • Existing DAT training to be replaced commencing Jan 2014 • Current 3 year period between refresher training will be reduced to 2 years • More audio / visual to assist new tanker drivers with terminal safety procedures freightweek.com.au Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure

  11. DRIVER ACCREDITATION TRAINING • Load trainers to be licenced by SLP • Annual Licence fee to finance training material updates and compliance program • Currently the new training material is being rolled out in train the trainer sessions freightweek.com.au Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure

  12. DRIVER ACCREDITATION TRAINING 4 Training modules conducted over 4 hours: 1. HEALTH and SAFETY 2. PRODUCT PROPERTIES 3. VEHICLE LOADING 4. VEHICLE and GANTRY KNOWLEDGE freightweek.com.au Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure

  13. SAFE LOAD PROGRAM SUMMARY • SLP is a RISK ASSESSMENT and MANAGEMENT INITIATIVE that benefits the road transport industry as a whole • Because of these initiatives SLP has become a quasi standard for fuel vehicle safety in terminals and has set a benchmark for non SLP terminal operators • Ongoing potential for the SLP template to be applied to transporting other bulk dangerous goods freightweek.com.au Emergency Response > Prevention is better than cure