Land Transport Incident Review Panel
Sharing information about land transport incidents and innovations in the Queensland Natural Gas Exploration and Production Industry.
Queensland Natural Gas Exploration and Production Industry faces unique land transport safety challenges. Road use is the most visible aspect of the industry to the public. Currently the Queensland Natural Gas E&P Industry operators and contractors in Queensland (delete) drive an estimated total of 100 million kilometres a year. Based on current road safety statistics this volume of travel could result in a significant number of serious vehicle related incidents per year.
Our industry conducts thorough incident investigations and internal reviews. How do we share lessons learnt from these investigations across the industry?
Establish a regular forum to enable knowledge and learning from land transport incidents to be shared between all operators and contractors, and to provide opportunity to demonstrate best practice and safety innovations in land transport.
The first Land Transport Incident Review Panel (LTIRP) was conducted in September 2017. It is an open forum with a no blame culture focused on sharing and learning. Safer Together members can access past LTRP presentations here.
Click here for information about the next LTIRP event.