Safe Communities at Elgas Lytton
Elgas operates an LPG Storage, filling and distribution site at Lytton in Queensland.
The site has operated since 1984, and operates in parallel with our Pinkenba, QLD site to serve the LPG Market both locally and across QLD.
LPG is delivered to the site in road tankers bringing LPG from our Cavern in Sydney, NSW. The gas is pumped to mounded storage tanks on site. It is then pumped into tankers for bulk delivery to customers or other Elgas sites, or filled into smaller cylinders on site for distribution to customers.
The site’s main operating hours are weekdays from 7am to 5pm, however some operations extend from early morning to late evening, and on weekends, according to demand.
Elgas Lytton is classified as a Major Hazard Facility (MHF) under the Occupational Health and Safety (Major Hazard Facilities) Regulations (QLD) 2011. The site operates under a Safety Case in accordance with MHF requirements. The Safety Case summarises site operations, the safety management system and the safety assessment.
LPG is regarded as a safe, reliable and easily transportable form of energy. We have the infrastructure and systems in place to protect all our people and the community. Our overarching goal is that everyone goes home safely at the end of each day.
In the unlikely event of an emergency, the site has systems in place to manage the incident and keep our people and the community safe. This includes an evacuation alarm which is tested monthly.
This alarm is in place to alert people on site to execute emergency procedures. In this situation, members of the public do not need to take action but should stay clear of the site and follow the instruction of emergency services.
You can contact your local Elgas on 131161
Elgas 24 Hour Emergency Line: 1800 819 783
Emergency Services: 000
QLD Depot Operations Manager: Rodrigo De Luca, (07) 3893 6100