Driving-related incidents have historically been the single largest cause of fatalities in IOGP Member Company operations. The IOGP Land Transportation Safety Subcommittee (LTSC) aimed to help reduce, and ultimately eliminate, the number of catastrophic, major, and serious road traffic incidents and land transportation-related fatalities by providing guidance on how to implement land transportation safety elements within a management system.
In April 2005, IOGP first published Report 365 – Land Transportation Safety Recommended Practice. The guidelines are designed to be applicable to all land transportation activities in the upstream oil and gas industry, including operators, contractors, and subcontractors. IOGP Report 365 recommends that all companies operating, or receiving or providing services involving land transportation, have a management system in place that includes land transportation operations and which is based on a full assessment of the risks as well as control measures to address such risks. In August 2020, a revision (version 4.0) was published of Report 365 – Land Transportation Safety Recommended Practice.