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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 to Warn, don’t worry! There’s still time to get it taken care of without taking precious time away from running your business.

When you’re focused on optimizing delivery routes, setting propane prices, and staffing, it might seem trivial to add sending a safety mailing to your to-do list. But in fact, sending a Duty to Warn safety mailing every year is critical to mitigate risk for your company. Skipping a year could result in some major consequences. Here’s how sending a Duty to Warn every year, even at the end of the year, will help protect your company.

Avoid These Problems Down the Road by Sending Your Safety Mailing Now

  1. Safety hazards
    Sending an annual safety mailing is an industry best practice because it does exactly what it implies: it informs propane customers of important safety precautions. P3’s Duty to Warn safety mailing includes a customized safety letter that introduces enclosed PERC safety information. If you don’t send out a safety mailing, your customers don’t receive this important safety information that can help prevent dangerous situations.
  2. Issues with your insurance
    Most insurance companies require that propane marketers send an annual Duty to Warn safety mailing to their customers. If you fail to meet the requirements of your insurance provider, you could be faced with penalties.
  3. Litigation
    In the event of a propane safety issue, like a leak or other hazard, having a record of your annual propane safety mailing can be used as legal protection for your company. P3 Duty to Warn delivers third-party verification certificates that serve as documentation evidence that safety information was sent to the customer list.

Get Your Duty to Warn in the Mail before the Ball Drops

There’s still time to get your 2021 annual safety mailing out to your customers! Contact P3 Duty to Warn now for a free, no-obligation quote. We’ll be able to fast-track your annual Duty to Warn to be completed before the end of the year.