5 Reasons to Send Your Annual Safety Mailing at the Beginning of the Year
January 11, 2019
Put safety first in 2019! Sending an annual safety mailing is a best practice in the propane industry that can help protect your customers, your employees, and your company. Find out how getting your safety mailing out sooner rather than later is the best move for your business.
Get Your Duty to Warn Out the Door
- Provide important safety information for the year ahead
First and foremost, the goal of sending your Duty to Warn is providing PERC safety information to customers to help avoid unnecessary risks or hazards. A safety mailing that includes the most up-to-date PERC scratch-and-sniff brochure can serve as a valuable resource for homeowners and their families.
- Show your customers that you care
Sending an annual Duty to Warn to your customers reinforces that their safety matters to your company. Consumers appreciate receiving occasional communication that isn’t just sales-related, especially during the winter months when they rely on you and their heating systems the most.
- Save time and save money
When you work with a third-party vendor to send your annual Duty to Warn, you benefit from a more efficient process, professional printing, and discounted postage. You can trust that your Duty to Warn is in good hands, so that your internal team can focus on running your propane company.
- Receive third-party verification
A third-party verification certificate provides evidence for your records that your Duty to Warn was sent to your customer list. This documentation can be used in the event of litigation or as proof of completion for your insurance provider. P3 Duty to Warn has high level security software, systems, and protocol in place to keep customer lists secure and confidential.
- Get it done early, get down to business!
Propane marketers have plenty of things to juggle. Why not knock one thing off your ever-growing checklist now, so you don’t have to worry about it later? Sending your annual safety mailing with P3 Duty to Warn is easy, efficient, and cost-effective.