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CROIERG's Incident Coping Criteria
  • Effective Training
  • Effective Communication
  • Planning
  • Practical, easily-understood procedures
  • Good supplies of specialised equipment, including trailer units.
  • Co-operation with various emergency services and government agencies in various States and Territories

CROIERG acknowledges that the best way to minimise risk is to develop expertise and Group Training Sessions and Bulletins work towards this end.

The equipment in the Storage Area and Spill Response Trailers are the major asset of the group and enable a quick response to be made to an incident by group members who may be involved in an accident or incident in the course of their work related activities.

Petrasafe Principles

The Group was formed strictly in accordance with the principles outlined in the AIP PETRASAFE Guidelines.

It still follows these guidelines many years later!

The group concept is one of ‘Mutual-Aid’ for equipment & supplies - a commonsense approach which assists in compliance with legislation for the transport of dangerous goods as outlined in the Australian Dangerous Goods Code and assocated Regulations


Members who have an incident are entitled to access the CROIERG emergency equipment. Members take part in emergency training, participate in the organisation of the group, and have access rights not only to the public section of the web site but to the manual and to the training bulletins and group news.

Third party responders can only access CROIERG trailers and equipment on behalf of financial members of CROIERG. Equipment usage by non-members is not allowed

Contact Brian O'Connor for information about membership


Membership / Join Us

The Canberra & Regions Oil Industry Emergency Response Group, Incorporated

The following is a list of CROIERG members as at Sept 2011. These comprise Oil Distributors, Petroleum Products Specialist Transporters, The major Oil Companies and companies/organisations associated with the oil industry

A number of Emergency Services and Government agencies that could be involved in emergency response at a petroleum; products transport incident are given associate membership in recognition of the necessity for close liaison and co-operation.

The Group is incorporation under The Associations Incorporation Act 1984 (NSW)

Interest in Membership should be directed to Paul Pulver


BP Australia Ltd
Caltex Australia Petroleum
Caltex Energy NSW
CHEMTRANS (Scott Corp)
Cootes Tankers
CS Meumann P/L
Emerald Carrying Company (Qld)
F & RN McNabb
Fuel Trans (Qld)
Hastings Co-operative Ltd
Hill & Co (The Dib Group)
Inland Petroleum
ISS First Response
John. L. Pierce P/L
Kel Campbell P/L
Liberty Oil Corp


Lowes Petroleum

MacInness Transport Services
Manildra Park P/L
Mavin Petroleum (AP&MT Mavin)
MiniTankers Australia
McColl’s Transport

North Coast Petroleum *

OAMPS Insurance Brokers


PJ&AD Hill P/L (T/A Hill's Tankers)

Reliance Petroleum
Ron Finemore Transport

Shell Company of Australia
South West Fuel Centre
STB Transport Services P/L (ACT)
Tasco Inland
Toll Liquids
Transpacific Industries
Transport Industries Skills Centre (ACT)
Woolworths Ltd
Yass Valley Council

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