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Propane Safety

Safety is a team effort. You can help by making sure you and your loved ones know and understand how to use propane safely. Please take a moment to read the following pages and share them with those in your home or workplace. If you have any safety related questions, please do not hesitate to contact us! Your safety is our top priority.

What to Do if You Smell Gas

Smelling GasIf you ever suspect a gas leak, take immediate action following these important steps. Remember, the smell of propane is a warning device that has been added for your protection. Do not ignore it! Make sure all members of your household know the smell of propane. More >>

Properly Close and Cap Unused Propane Outlets

Propane Valve CappedWhenever a propane appliance is disconnected, even temporarily, the cut-off valve must be properly capped. If a cap is not installed, a gas leak could occur, putting you, your loved ones, and your home at risk for a fire or explosion. More >>

The Risk of DIY Changes or Repairs (Video)

Warning DIYPropane is a safe and reliable source of energy, however, its safety depends on the correct installation and use of the propane appliances, valves, piping, regulator, and tank. Understand the danger of making repairs or changes to a propane system on your own. More >>

Additional propane safety information can be found at www.propane.com.