Service Station and Convenience Store Association of Queensland (SSCSAQ)
The Service Station and Convenience Store Association of Queensland represents operators in the fuel retailing industry. Businesses in this sector sell automotive fuel, lubricating oils and a range of other convenience items to the public, usually via service station outlets.
Chairman: Tim Kane (BP Yandina Foodstop)
Vice-Chairman: Michael Carr (BP Tingalpa)
Secretary: Darren Bauman (Dingo Roadhouse)
Committee Member: Richard Kavcic (Freedom Hop Island)
Committee Member: Glen Lynch (BP Gracemere)
Committee Member: Tony Wharton (Capri Auto Service Centre)
Meeting Schedule 2018
Wednesday 14 February 2018 (via teleconference)
Wednesday 9 May 2018 (via teleconference)
Wednesday 29 August 2018 - AGM
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
SSCSAQ Information and Documents
All fuel sellers who are liable under the Queensland Biofuels Mandate must complete a quarterly fuel sales report for the period 1 January to 31 March 2018.
Sign into the Queensland Fuel Sellers Portal to report the volumes of fuel sold at each of your fuel facilities for the period 1 January to 31 March 2018.
Access the Fuel Sellers Portal Here.
ACCC Report on the Brisbane petrol market October 2017
Underpayment of Wages
Fair Work is continuing to monitor the underpayment of wages in the Service Station and Convenience Store sector with widespread audits underway. For all wage enquiries please contact our Industrial Relations department on 07 3237 8777.
Violent Robberies Increase
With violent robberies on the rise in Victoria, ensure your staff and premises are secured and prepared. Suggested increased measures in high risk areas include extra bollards, film on glass and vapour systems.
Plastic Bags Ban in Queensland
As of 1 July 2018, retailers in Queensland will not be allowed to supply lightweight plastic shopping bags to customers. For more information on the plastic bag ban, please see Plastic Shopping Bag Ban Fact Sheet.
Container Refund Scheme
Also commencing 1 July 2018 will be Queensland’s container refund scheme; see Container Refund Scheme Fact Sheet.