The safety and wellbeing of our employees and our customers is our utmost priority.
Practicing good hygiene and keeping a healthy physical distance between individuals is our most powerful weapon in fighting this virus and saving lives. In March we implemented a number of additional safety measures, which we continue to undertake, at all company-operated retail sites. These measures are designed to help protect customers and employees, and include:
Selected BP retail sites continue to operate home delivery via Uber Eats and Deliveroo. Customers choosing BP Couchfood have access to a selection they’d find at our sites, including special occasion treats plus a number of healthy snacks like protein bars and trail mix. Also available at some sites are pantry basics like milk and bread plus the YouFoodz fresh ready-made meals. Please check the apps for availability in your area.
Up-to-date site information, including available facilities such as showers and lounge access, is available via our store locator. For more detailed information, please read facilities for heavy vehicle drivers.
To say thank you to the amazing work Australia's health care workers are doing, we offered them a free small coffee or bottled water from our Wild Bean Cafes.
Together with Air BP, we have donated 35,000 N95 masks to our partner the Royal Flying Doctor Service. This will support the safety of their staff as they continue to provide emergency and health care services during this time.
We are supporting St John Ambulance by providing fuel cards to keep their fleet on the move. As their work is now more important than ever – we’re helping St John volunteers get their ambulances to where they are needed most.
As there is now a greater demand for their services – we’re helping Meals on Wheels by providing fuel cards to support their volunteers in delivering food to vulnerable and isolated Australians.
Rapid Relief Team volunteers are delivering isolation boxes to vulnerable Australians during this time. We are providing them with fuel cards to support their volunteers in delivering these isolation boxes.
All our operational sites, including the Kwinana refinery and the Bulwer Island import terminal, remain open. Liquid fuel supplies continue to be available as normal.