Who is Jemena and Zinfra?
Jemena is an $11.5 billion energy infrastructure company that owns and manages some of Australia’s most significant gas and electricity assets. With operations spanning parts of northern and eastern Australia, they supply millions of households and businesses with these essential services every day – reliability, affordably and sustainably.
As a leading asset service delivery company, Zinfra deliver a comprehensive range of engineering, construction, project management, operations and maintenance services nationally to clients across the utility infrastructure sector, including Jemena.
What sector does your organisation operate within?
Jemena and Zinfra both operate within the energy and utilities sector.
What size is your fleet or the number of staff who generate your transport task?
Our mobile fleet currently consists of around 1,910 assets, including heavy commercial vehicles, light commercial vehicles, passenger vehicles, earth moving equipment and trailers, covering nearly 30 million kilometers per annum.
Describe what road safety means to Jemena and Zinfra?
Together, Jemena and Zinfra will explore opportunities to promote driver awareness. Vehicle accident data will be shared with NRSPP and we will provide you with insights that will help you and your teams understand the contributing factors. Regular promotional material based on driver habits will be shared with everybody to help remind and educate us all. Delivery of tool box discussions based on identified target areas of driver behaviour will be increased.
Supporting actions delivered by Jemena
- Participated in the 2020 Compressed Utilities Forum held 10 December
Jemena and Zinfra's Contributions to the NRSPP & Points of Contact
- Program Partners
- Working Group - Utilities Forum
- Marko OrebCompliance Delivery Manager – Property / Fleet / Plant Commencement Date: 14/12/2020Sector: Energy infrastructure Company Jemena and asset Service delivery company https://jemena.com.au/
Why become a NRSPP Program Partner?
There is no cost in becoming a NRSPP Program Partner (PP), the cost is only in-kind support and becoming an active champion for workplace road safety. It’s a public commitment demonstrating safety leadership. What may be a simple approach or learning for your organisation may be a revelation in another, the result is helping improve efficiency but most importantly save lives on the road. Becoming a PP can also be an opportunity for implementing new strategies, actions or initiatives which can then be reported through NRSPP over time.
What are Jemena’s Road Safety Commitments?
Road Safety Commitment Completed by 1. Safe Drive Campaign April 2021 2. Share internal content such as videos / posters / materials with the NRSPP; and develop a case study and conduct a webinar sharing the Jemena road safety journey, learnings and benefits Ongoing 3. Join working groups as a appropriate Ongoing
- Marko OrebCompliance Delivery Manager – Property / Fleet / Plant
SA Power Network kindly hosted the first NRSPP Utilities Forum on the 22 July 2015 at Oaks Plaza Pier Hotel at Glenelg. There has been five forums held since the inaugural with Jemena formerly joining in 2020.
The following provides a summary of Jemena involvement of the NRSPP Utilities Forum.
- Attended the 2019 NRSPP Utilities Forum – Final Report represented by Kynan Ford
- Attended the 2020 Compressed Virtual Utilities Forum held on the 10 December 2020 represented by Marko Oreb