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What Is Duty to Warn?

Duty to Warn is an annual risk mitigation process for propane dealers to inform customers of important propane safety information. Informing your customers about proper use and storage of propane as well as how to detect warning signs of a gas leak can significantly reduce the risk of propane-related hazards. This industry best practice provides protection for your customers through an annual mailing of informational materials and can legally protect your business should a residential propane accident occur.

5 Tips to Foster a Culture of Safety at Your Propane Company

At P3 Duty to Warn, our team knows how much you care about keeping your employees and customers safe. That’s why we’re reminding you that June is National Propane Safety Month, which is the perfect time to think about how you and your employees are using propane safely. Your employees depend on you to provide […]

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3 Critical Mistakes to Avoid for Your Duty to Warn

Running a propane business often means managing a lot of moving parts. One of those responsibilities is sending out your annual Duty to Warn mailing on time. Throughout your company’s busy year, responding to service calls, making timely deliveries, and helping to keep the heat on in each one of your customer’s homes, it’s not […]

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From Stamps to Staples: Surprising Costs of Internal Safety Mailings

We all know about the tried-and-true ways to save money, and keeping things done in-house can sometimes help your company’s bottom line. With that in mind, you might think that sending your annual propane safety mailing internally will cost you significantly less—but that isn’t necessarily the case. There are a few key hidden costs associated […]

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