Safe Load Program

When transporting bulk fuels in Australia a Safe Load Pass is required by law. Complete our 4-hour classroom-based theory session either in person at Nationwide Training Osborne Park or remotely log into a scheduled course using video conferencing from wherever you are in Western Australia.

The advantage of this optionally remote course means you can do it from virtually anywhere. Our Safe Load Program is designed to ensure the safety of personnel involved in the transportation of fuels including Petroleum and Oil. This course provides a sufficient platform of information for any workforce member to complete their Terminal Assessment. On completion of this course you will be given a Login number to complete your Terminal Assessment.

Some Topics Covered in our Safe Load Program Include: Legislation, Work Health & Safety, Procedures for Bulk Loading, Control of Static Electricity and Terminal Safety Rules.

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Course Duration and Fees

Classroom Course
7:30am to 11:00am or 12:30pm to 4:00pm at Nationwide Training, Osborne Park
3.5 Hours $250 GST free

Current DG Driver Licence holders can set up their SLP accounts before the course and pay the SLP application fee directly to SLP. SLP Application Fee is currently $150 GST Fee

A DG Driver Licence number is required to access SLP’s Online Terminal Assessment which you can attempt after our training course. When you pass the SLP Online Terminal Assessment, SLP will issue you the SLP Card.

Classroom course attendees have the option to pay the SLP fee to Nationwide Training and our trainer will assist you set up your SLP account with complimentary passport photos.

Regional learners may access the course via Video Conferencing.
7:30am to 11:00am
3.5 Hours $292 GST free
Video Conferencing is only available with:

  • A current DG Drivers Licence
  • An SLP account set up before the course date (pay the SLP application fee directly to SLP and upload your passport photo)
  • A test video conferencing connection before the course starts with one of our team members.

Already have an SLP card? No course required. Just renew it at

Expired SLP card?
SLP states – A 90-day grace period is granted after the SLP card has expired, during which drivers are able to login and renew their card. If the driver hasn’t renewed the SLP card beyond this time, the driver will have to apply as a new driver and complete the 3-step process including face-to-face training.

Onsite training is available anywhere in Western Australia contact our office for a quote.

Course Requirements

Classroom Learners:

  • Must be able to read, write and understand English
  • Must have a Dangerous Goods Bulk Drivers Licence
  • Must arrange the terminal assessment on completion of the course

Video Conferencing Learners:

  • Must be able to read, write and understand English
  • Must have a Dangerous Goods Bulk Drivers Licence
  • Must have access to the required IT system to access video conferencing for a 4 hour block
  • Must set up their own SLP account before the course date:
  • Must do a video conferencing test connection with the NT admin team member before the course date
  • Must show current photo ID to the trainer
  • Must arrange the terminal assessment on completion of the course

Course Content

  • Legislation
  • Work Health & Safety
  • Procedures for bulk loading
  • Control of static electricity
  • Terminal safety rules

Course Structure and Delivery

  • Videos for Modules
  • Group Discussions

This classroom-based training is delivered face to face.

Regional Learners may be able to access the session via video conferencing

On Successful Completion

On successful completion of this course you will receive a:

Receipt with Login number for terminal assessments

Please Note

Each learner must organise their own terminal assessment via the SLP website.