Safety, Compliance and Biosecurity

Wealleans Allied Petroleum Ltd is able to provide safety, compliance and environmental advice to ensure customers comply with regulations.

Under Government regulations everybody is responsible and liable for safe management of their fuel, including storage and dispensing, both on-site or where the fuel or oil is being used. On farm advice and fuel site appraisal is available from Wealleans Allied Petroleum LtdĀ at your request.

Safety and Compliance

Information on fuel safety and compliance can be found by following the links below, these links are from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and ExxonMobil websites.

General information on petrol and diesel

The regulatory controls

Applying to these substances under the Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996.

Requirements for bulk storage of petrol and diesel

Fuel Material Safety Data Sheets


Biosecurity Protocol

Team Wealleans have implemented a risk prevention system which delivers the best protection to limit the risk of transferring contaminants between individual farm cells.

biosecurity protocol


Communication will be provided on the pending arrival of vehicles on a site. We will record date, time and journey and communicate this to ensure we meet individual farm protocols.


We will ensure that when a vehicle is presented at an individual farm cell it is presented to a clean standard free from farming contaminants. And, if exist, we can work with additional wash down and/or sanitation protocols.

At the conclusion of the visit, the site must provide a facility that enables all farming contaminants and foreign material to be washed by high-pressure hose from the vehicle.


Containment of all foreign material and farming contaminants on the individual farm cell is imperative. These include animal manure, soil and plant material, and fertiliser residues.

Team Wealleans endeavours to support our customers in the containment of contaminants to individual farming cells. Our Biosecurity protocol provides a ‘minimum standard’ for the containment of risk associated with farming contaminants. To be successful, farming entities have a responsibility to support this protocol as a ‘minimum standard’.