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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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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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The Importance of Regular Safety Meetings

Propane marketers have lots of responsibilities, not the least of which is providing employees the proper training and tools they need to stay safe on the job and comply with regulatory compliance requirements. Conducting regular safety meetings with your entire team is critical to foster an environment of safety. How Often Should You Conduct Safety […]

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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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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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