He has advised staff of the petrol stations to be trained on what to do when there are emergencies if they are to achieve zero crime at petrol stations and that if efforts to enhance safety precautions are in place, it can greatly reduce the risks on personal safety and property. He added that in Terengganu, there were 16 petrol station cases recorded in 2009 while up until June 2010, there have been 9 cases already. Apart from that, there has been 4 cases where petrol station receive counterfeit money while 1 case of such was recorded to date this year.