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Try Our Mobile Phone APP & User Guides

On the 29th of January we launched our new and improved IT system, with the launch we have been experiencing some bugs but our IT team have been working hard to ensure these bugs are corrected so that we can provide the quickest and simplest…
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Our updated ID Card and Vehicle Compliance Systems are back online.

Our IT systems have just been through a major upgrade, merging our ID card and Vehicle Compliance system into the one operating system, added to this is a number of updates and improvements to how you can better use our systems, increases in…
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What is a Scrape a Scratch and a Dent?

Recently a tanker was involved in an incident where the tank shell impacted a stationary object that dented and gouged scratches along the tank for approximately a metre in length. The damage was in an area of the tank that included an internal…
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The location of EMERGENCY STOP buttons and BATTERY ISOLATION switches is critical to the safe operation of a dangerous goods delivery vehicle. Having these switches and buttons installed on the drivers side and behind the vehicle cabin allows…
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Please be aware of this new information bulletin sent to all NSW Dangerous Goods vehicle licence holders regarding safe practices while unloading Dangerous Goods tank vehicles. The attached factsheet has been prepared by the NSW EPA specifically…
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Spill During Diesel Loading - Sharing Lessons Learned

Many thanks to terminal operators in Australia that share incidents so we can learn from these incidents. Incident: While loading diesel onto the lead trailer on a multiple trailer combination, the driver noticed diesel leaking from under…
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Tanker "Return To Service" (RTS) for Australian Terminals

SLP, and it's participating terminal partners in Australia, are implementing a new method for dealing with tankers loading for the first time, after Returning To Service (RTS) from maintenance, repairs, servicing, cleaning or inspection. SLP…
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NRSPP offers many great ideas for your next safety conversation

WHAT IS THE NRSPP? The National Road Safety Partnership Program (NRSPP) offers a collaborative network to support Australian businesses in developing a positive road safety culture. It’s about saving lives without the red tape. Partners…


Existing SLP Drivers, Please Click Here to log in to the Driver System and access your account. New SLP Driver Applicants, Please Click Here to begin the Driver ID Application process. Need some help understanding the Driver ID Application process?  Then please Click Here


Existing Terminal Operators, Please Click Here to access the SLP Driver ID System, or; Click Here to access the Vehicle Compliance System. New Terminals or New Terminal Operators, Please Click Here to request access to the SLP Driver and Vehicle Systems.

Vehicle Compliance

Transport Companies and Inspection Locations (AIL’s) Registered with SLP, Please Click Here to Log in to the Vehicle Compliance System.

Transport Companies wishing to Register with the Vehicle Compliance Program, Please Click Here to begin the registration process.

Businesses wishing to become an SLP Inspection Location, Please Click Here to learn how?

Driver ID Mobile App for Apple and Android devices

Download the App on your mobile device now, easy access for existing ID Card holders and new applicants.

Random Vehicle Inspection Program


Each Year SLP spends a minimum of 130 days at various fuel terminals across the country inspecting vehicles that operate under Safe Load Program.  Vehicles entering a fuel terminal are randomly selected for inspection for compliance to SLP requirements.  In doing this SLP gathers information on the effectiveness of our program.  We look at trends in vehicle faults by type, by location and by the vehicle operator/owner.
SLP also uses the data collected to assess the overall performance of our inspection locations (AIL’s), this data assists us in communicating to inspection locations on when they need to pay closer attention to particular transport operators and customers that may be having difficulty in maintaining vehicle compliance.



Inspection data notes:

  • Vehicles inspected for general roadworthy only commenced in 2018
  • 2020 inspections numbers were severely reduced, particularly in Victoria and Western Australia due to COVID19 state border restrictions and lockdowns.

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