Safety News

Don’t Skip This Step before the Busy Season Kicks Off!

Summer isn’t over yet, but the busy propane season will be here before you know it! Make sure your team is ready to hit the ground running with the right policies and procedures in place to work as effectively and safely as possible. Keeping delivery drivers and service technicians safe on the job is one […]

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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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Are You Really Protected? Critical Customer Agreement Practices for Propane Businesses

Customer agreements are a significant part of your safety documentation program and propane business. From the start, they define the relationship between your company and the customer. How they are completed, documented, and stored directly impacts the efficiency of your technicians and office staff. And if your customer agreement process doesn’t meet standards recommended by […]

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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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How the Propane Industry Does Cathodic Protection Inspection Testing & Documentation

If you own, operate, and/or manage a propane company, you’ve heard about cathodic protection inspections and testing. But are you aware of your code requirements and how to meet them correctly and efficiently? Cathodic protection code requirements vary and depend on when the 2011 edition of the NFPA 58 code went into effect in your […]

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