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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 environment, and your customers depend on your employees’ expertise to understand their propane appliances and storage containers. Keep reading to learn the top tips to promote a culture of safety at your propane company.

Top Ways to Promote Safety at Your Propane Company

Tip 1: Remember to Mail Your Annual Duty to Warn

You already know that propane is a safe and dependable energy option for both residential and commercial property owners. But as a propane marketer, the most important thing you can do for your customers is to make sure they are aware of safety guidelines and proper usage techniques. The first step to getting started is sending an annual Duty to Warn safety mailing. You can send your safety mailing in-house or through an expert provider—here’s the answer to which option is better.

Tip 2: Include a PERC Scratch-and-Sniff Brochure

Your customers would definitely appreciate a personalized introductory safety letter and a scratch-and-sniff brochure, so they could easily familiarize themselves with the scent and safety precautions of the eco-friendly fuel. That’s why at P3 Duty to Warn we include brochures produced directly by the Propane Education and Research Council. This PERC brochure provides in-depth details about propane-related safety hazards and preventative measures for homeowners.

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Tip 3: Maintain Records of Your Duty to Warn Mailings

It is inevitable that mishaps can occur in the propane business. Experiencing these happenings at your organization is not uncommon—that’s why if this happens within your business, you should have proof that you have been sending Duty to Warn mailings each year to significantly reduce your liability. Many propane companies find it helpful that P3 Duty to Warn keeps records on file for years when it comes to when and where propane safety mailings were sent.

Tip 4: Stay within Compliance with Codes & Guidelines

When sending important information to your customer base, you should inspect your company’s internal operations and processes. Make sure you are compliant with local and federal OSHA, DOT, and NFPA guidelines. The best thing to do is stay up to date on propane safety requirements, which will reduce risk for your entire organization.

Tip 5: Train Your Employees to Promote Safety to Customers

Safety conversations should happen year-round, no matter the season—meaning they should take place more often than during your annual company meeting or when onboarding new hires. It’s important to train your employees, including technicians, delivery drivers, and customer service representatives, to share safety tips and general awareness information every time they interact with your customers.

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Stay in Propane Compliance with P3 Duty to Warn

Hopefully, these tips give you some direction in keeping your customers and employees safe year-round. At P3 Duty to Warn, we are dedicated to helping your company stay in compliance. Get in touch today to see how P3 Duty to Warn can help your business stay safe.