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Correctly Documenting Out-of-Gas Situations

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requires a leak check to be completed after an interruption of service has been restored. Whenever you are made aware of an interruption of service, it’s critical your employees respond the same way every time. This means a standardized policy and training for all involved. Documenting out-of-gas situations and […]

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3 Things Your Propane Company Needs for Interruption of Service Calls

As the weather cools down, you can expect more frequent interruption of service situations. Does your company have a solid plan in place to respond to, resolve, and document these calls? Here are 3 things you need to have to set your company and employees up for success: Top Things that Propane Companies Need to […]

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Does Your Crane Inspection Process Meet the Minimum Standard?

Whether you have recently begun using cranes or boom trucks at your propane business or have been utilizing them for years, it’s critical that proper safety inspections are performed and documented on a regular basis. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be complicated. This blog post will go into detail about how, why, and when to […]

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Make It Easy to Meet Your 5-Year DOT Cylinder Requalification Requirements

Running a propane business means juggling a lot. Daily operations, customer service, safety training, you name it! There’s plenty to think about and meeting regulatory requirements is just one top priority along with a very long list of other priorities. The good news is that there are tools you can use to make meeting your […]

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Why Policies & Procedures Are So Important for Propane Companies

If you’re in the propane business, you’ve likely heard about Policies & Procedures here and there. But if you’re wondering why it’s critical for your company to have them and what makes them so important, the safety experts at P3 Propane Safety have you covered. Policies & Procedures 101 Policies can be considered the “big […]

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