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How We Keep Your Customer Information Secure

We’re willing to bet that your propane customers mean the world to you—otherwise, why would you go to such measures to keep them safe and sound? Your annual Duty to Warn mailing, rigorous delivery schedule, and internal security processes all contribute to customer security and safety. Why gamble with security practices when it comes to […]

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How Much Sending Safety Mailings Yourself Is Costing Your Company

Businesses in the propane industry (and across all sectors) are trying to save money this year. Have you examined your internal processes to discover areas where you can cut costs? When looking to save money on labor, materials, and overall financial obligations, check out your safety mailing process. You may be surprised to learn that […]

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Send Your Propane Duty to Warn before Your Summer Vacation

During June, July, and August, chances are you or your team members will be taking some vacation time to recharge and soak up the sun. But before you put up your out-of-office email, there’s something important you should take care of—sending your annual propane safety mailing. Sending your safety mailing during the summer is a […]

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Keeping Propane Safety at the Forefront of Your Business

June is National Propane Safety Month, and it’s the perfect time to think about how you and your employees are using propane safely. At P3 Duty to Warn, we know just how much you care about keeping both your customers and employees safe. After all, your employees count on you to provide a safe working […]

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Sending a Safety Mailing Doesn’t Have to Be a Hassle

Meeting your obligation to your customers to provide important safety information is a must in the propane industry. But it need not be time-consuming or expensive. Skip the stress of stuffing envelopes in the office or paying a big chunk of change to mail out your safety information. P3 Duty to Warn makes it easy […]

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Choose a Safety Mailing that Can Protect Your Propane Company

If you’re in the propane business, you’ve likely heard about how sending an annual Duty to Warn can help you meet your obligation to provide safety information to your customers. But did you know there are several ways to do this, and not all of them can truly protect your company in the event of […]

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Cover All Your Bases with an Annual Propane Safety Mailing

Sending a Duty to Warn safety mailing every year is an industry best practice that helps your propane company meet its obligation to provide important safety information to your customers. You’ve probably heard about a few different ways to send a safety mailing, but not all safety mailings are created equal. Use this checklist to […]

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Show Propane Customers That Safety Is Your Top Priority

When you run a propane business, promoting a culture of safety within your company is essential. Your employees count on you to maintain a safe working environment and your customers rely on you to feel safe about their propane storage containers and appliances. Are you hitting all the marks to show them that safety is […]

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Top 5 Reasons to Send Your Safety Mailing Early in the Year

Sending an annual safety mailing to your propane customers is an industry best practice that will help protect them, your employees, and your company from unnecessary risk. There are some major benefits to sending your safety mailing at the beginning of the year. Read on to learn more: Why Sending Your Duty to Warn Early […]

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3 Ways Sending Your Safety Mailing in 2021 Will Protect Your Company

It’s the busiest time of year for the propane industry. When it gets cold, customers need more propane to stay warm and winter weather makes delivering propane trickier than normal. On top of these responsibilities, propane marketers need to make sure they are meeting their annual safety obligations. If you haven’t sent your yearly Duty […]

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