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Rural Computer Consultants Announces New Integration with P3 Propane Safety

P3 Propane Safety and Rural Computer Consultants, Inc. (RCC) are pleased to announce that the RCC software has successfully integrated with the P3 Compliance System. The integration between P3 and RCC sends customer account information from RCC to P3 during the initial data push. Each day, P3 will continue to receive data as new accounts […]

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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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5 Reasons P3 Is Imperative for Multi-Location Propane Marketers

#1: Review safety inspections from any location and eliminate costly and inefficient field audits The digital, cloud-based platform will help you eliminate travel time for safety inspection audits—after all, managers and trainers can simply view photos of the jobsite. In addition, the online software platform helps you identify specific coaching and training needs your employees […]

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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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Is Your Company Compliant with 5-Year DOT Cylinder Requalification Requirements?

Propane marketers in the United States must be good multitaskers and project managers. After all, there are hundreds of regulatory requirements you must comply with at all times to keep your customers, employees, and company protected. These requirements include DOT cylinder requalification, which is required every 5–12 years. One of the most frequent types of […]

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