Transporting Dangerous Goods is a Serious Responsibility
Do you have a documented plan on how you're going to manage an incident and reduce harm to the public and the environment? If you're transporting dangerous goods and have an incident there are legislated responsibilities you are required to meet, one of those is having a plan in place. NTI can help you manage your incident plan and provide advice and resources to put it together.
You can be confident that NTI Accident Assist and our team of trained secondary responders will be able to help you make better, and more informed, decisions when it's needed at the time of the incident and in the days after.
Other insurers rely on third parties to manage dangerous goods incidents. As partners, NTI also has an in-house team with the necessary qualifications and experience to manager dangerous goods incidents as part of our standard claims solution.
Why Choose NTI When You Have a Dangerous Goods Incident?
- We are invested in achieving better outcomes for both you and the community and try to meet those expectations daily. While no incident scene is the same, our team have years of experience managing dangerous goods incidents.
- We partner with national groups like the National Bulk Tanker Association, CROIERG, Australian Trucking Association, and the Australian Fire and Emergency Services Authority Council to name a few.
- We meet and talk to the First Responders, Emergency Services and Environmental Agencies in each of the jurisdictions and seek to improve better outcomes for all parties involved.
- We can keep a copy of your incident plan (TERP) on file, so you can be confident that your processes will be communicated and acted on.
- You will have the peace of mind knowing that our network of external providers are bound to comply with by (but not limited to) HVNL, Chain of Responsibility, and WHS legislation, as well as industry-leading standards and best practice.