Welcome to an educational resource presented by the Oklahoma LP Gas Research, Marketing and Safety Commission. We hope you will be able to utilize valuable safety and training information for all employees in your organization. While the information is helpful, it does not replace any local, state or federal codes, rules or regulations. The Oklahoma LP-Gas Research, Marketing and Safety Commission assumes no responsibility or liability for reliance on these contents.
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Our partners at PERC also have propane safety scenarios covering a variety of important topics.
Are your Employees Ready to Answer
Customer Calls about Gas Leaks?
Your customer service representatives should take any customer
complaints about gas odors seriously. The odors could indicate a propane
leak. By applying company policies and procedures when those calls come
in, your employees can help protect your customers, your employees, and
the public from the hazards caused by escaping gas.
Do Your Drivers Understand Gauges?
Can your bobtail drivers read the gauges that tell them the level of
liquid in a container as they fill it? They can if they have the right
Leak Checks: Using a High Pressure Gauge
Leak checks determine if the propane piping system is suitable for
service and must be performed on the vapor distribution piping system
immediately after turning on the gas in a new gas system or a system
that has been restored after an interruption of service.