Making Safe Deliveries to Service Stations – Webinar Event by NTTC

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Getting from the loading rack to the delivery destination is the easiest part of the petroleum transport driver’s job. The challenges really start when the driver pulls into the service station or c-store.

Delivery sites are often crowded with motorists getting gas or running in for a pack of cigarettes and a soda. Often these people aren’t paying the least bit of attention to petroleum transport making a delivery. In addition, many service stations and c-stores don’t seem to be designed with petroleum transports in mind. They are cramped and entrances and exits seem to have been assigned solely for passenger vehicles and customer convenience. Truly, it’s a jungle out there for the petroleum hauler.

Join us for a one-hour web seminar on August 24th to learn about the strategies employed by three of the largest petroleum haulers to ensure safe, incident-free deliveries.

Key discussion points will be:

  • Geo-fencing of service stations and c-stores.
  • Scheduling deliveries to avoid peak periods of congestion at delivery sites.
  • Effective ways to barricade and mark the delivery area.
  • Strategies for avoiding product mixes, cross drops, and contamination.
  • Computerized delivery management.
  • Spill prevention.

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