QGC Service Trip for International SOS

POSTED ON 23 August 2017

Remote equipment servicing & preventative maintenance needs are our expertise! 

One of our service technicians spent a week servicing a range of remote QGC Clinics and Emergency Response Vehicles (ERV) in Queensland from Curtis Island LNG Plant all the way down to the RubyJo Operations Hub.


Map showing the Curtis Island LNG Plant and surrounding QGC Operation Hubs. 

The range of equipment serviced included medical gas, patient monitors, emergency response vehicle medical equipment and remote clinic equipment. QureMed has gained a wide range of experience servicing remote clinics over the past 4 years since starting up in 2012. This has given us confidence in our service delivery and ability to maintain equipment to the appropriate standard of operation that the client requires.

Our WA base does not stop us from successfully servicing and supplying a range of national and international sites. All of our technicians carry the relevant qualifications and certificates to allow them onto a range of sites from remote underground mine sites, oil & gas platforms and emergency rescue helicopters. 

Our technicians covered 7 remote sites across the Shell-operated QGC Venture. 


Gallery of our recent trip! 


Accommodation at Queensland QGC sites.  



Accommodation at Queensland QGC sites. 



Emergency Response Vehicles that required preventative maintenance at the QGC sites. 



Remote Clinic equipment that required servicing including LifePak 15 Defibrillator, Bladder Scanner, Emergency Carts and Medical Gas Equipment testing. 



Emergency Response Vehicle which includes patient monitors, emergency stretchers and responder packs.



Emergency Response Stretcher being checked and tested. 

Call us on 1300 787 379 and our team can arrange a preventative maintenance plan for your operations.