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5 Ways Paperless Documentation Benefits Your Propane Company

Originally published in Butane Propane News in October 2023. BY ALEX BURNS New technology is taking hold of industries worldwide. It’s taking possibilities to new heights that many of us never imagined possible—and the propane industry is no exception to this phenomenon. Fortunately, new technological developments will allow your company to reach goals more efficiently […]

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The Reasons Why Your Company Needs a DOT Security Plan

Read our latest feature in Indoor Comfort Marketing about why every propane company needs a DOT security plan and how P3 Propane can help develop one that will help keep your customers, employees, and company protected. “A DOT security plan is critical in evaluating security risks, preventing unauthorized access and ensuring that employees are properly […]

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Documenting Critical Interruptions of Service

Read our latest feature in ICM about how proper digital documentation will help your team respond to interruptions of service in a quick, safe, and efficient manner. P3 Propane can help you implement a routine that will help your company maintain compliance, keep everyone safe, and reduce risk. “Interruption-of-service calls may be caused by an […]

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New and Improved Policies & Procedures Manuals

At P3 Propane Safety, we’re always working hard to increase our value proposition for existing and future clients. The latest development we’re pleased to announce is a new-and-improved version of your company’s Policies and Procedures Manual, which will soon be available to your field team on the P3 desktop site and mobile app. This is […]

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3 Essential Protocols for Interruption-of-Service Calls

Originally published in LP Gas Magazine in November 2022. Interruption-of-service calls, often referred to as out-of-gas calls or IOS calls, may be caused by an empty tank, gas leak, equipment failure, inaccurate delivery schedule, or increased gas demand caused by weather. As cold weather envelops regions across the country, propane companies can expect more frequent […]

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The P3 Compliance System Integrates with Blue Cow Software

Did you know that the P3 Compliance System integrates with a variety of back-office software, including Blue Cow, ADD Systems, AgVantage, Automated Wireless Environments (AWE), Cargas, and FuelMor? Our integration with these software partners means that customer account information is pushed from the back-office partner to P3, increasing efficiency and reducing error rates within your […]

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P3 Propane Safety’s John Horner Discusses Propane’s Biggest Challenges

The senior consultant, safety & training, talks about the workforce crisis & ongoing training opportunities Originally published in Butane-Propane News in June 2023  Describe your current role at your company. The best thing about my role is that every day is different. Most days are filled with meetings and phone calls answering compliance questions. The […]

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P3’s Integrations with Propane Back-Office Software

The P3 Compliance System integrates with a variety of back-office software including ADD Systems, AgVantage, AWE, Blue Cow, Cargas, and FuelMor. Propane marketers can seamlessly navigate from their back-office software to the P3 Compliance system in seconds, at the touch of a button. P3’s integrations with these back-office software platforms provide the following benefits to […]

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How To Prepare & Document Monthly Safety Meetings

Read our latest feature in Butane Propane News about how propane providers are using materials from P3 Propane to aid in preparing and documenting monthly safety meetings. “The more frequently you meet with your team, the more solidified your safety processes will be in their mindsets and routines. Make things easier for yourself by working […]

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Protect Your Employees with the Proper PPE

Originally published in LP Gas Magazine in September 2022 As a propane delivery company owner or manager, it’s your responsibility to make sure employees stay safe on the job. One important procedure is ensuring your staff is prepared with the proper personal protective equipment (PPE). Conducting a safety meeting is the first step to a […]

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