Top 3 Reasons to Send Your Annual DTW Before 2023
December 1, 2022
As propane safety experts, we understand that the end of the year is the busiest time of year for propane marketers and vendors. As chilly winter weather rages on, customers rely more frequently on propane to stay warm and power their appliances than they do at any other point in the year. This makes winter deliveries a top priority for fuel providers despite the tricky weather conditions. To add to your company’s winter obligations, the end of the year marks the time to get your annual Duty to Warn safety mailing in order. Luckily, you don’t have to do it all alone. Our P3 Duty to Warn service takes the hassle out of your annual safety mailing from start to finish – at an affordable price. Keep reading to learn our top three reasons to get your DTW out of the way now and the potential risks you can avoid by staying on top of your safety mailing each year.
We’ll Handle Your Propane Safety Mailing, So You Can Get Back to Business as Usual
Compared to other responsibilities your propane company must fulfill, sending out your annual DTW mailing can seem like a trivial task that might be easily brushed off or even forgotten about. However, sending an annual Duty to Warn safety mailing each year is critical for risk mitigation at your propane company. Failing to do so could result in some serious repercussions! Check out the list below to learn the top 3 reasons to make sure your DTW propane safety mailing is sent out by the end of the year.
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Risks of Not Completing Your Annual 2022 DTW Mailing
Did you know that sending an annual safety mailing to your propane customers offers many significant advantages for your company, including several benefits that minimize risk for your company, customers, and employees? Here are three reasons sending an annual Duty to Warn safety mailing in 2022 can be extremely beneficial for your propane company:
Avoiding Insurance Problems
Insurance companies want their propane marketers to send a Duty to Warn safety mailing to their customers every single year. If you fail to meet the requirements of your insurance provider, you face severe risk. You can better avoid unnecessary insurance issues by simply relying on us to handle your safety mailing for you. Click here to get a FREE quote.
Minimizing Safety Hazards
Although this may be common sense, 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 skip sending a safety mailing, your customers miss out on this important safety information that can avoid safety hazards and help them follow proper propane safety precautions to reduce hazards in their home or business.
Protection from Litigation
Protecting your business is what we do best. 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 to protect your company from litigation. P3 Duty to Warn delivers third-party verification certificates that serve as documentation evidence that safety information was sent and received by the customer. Removed the word list.
Propane Duty to Warn Services You Can Trust, Backed by the NPGA
When it comes to sending out your safety mailing, trust P3 Duty to Warn. P3 Duty to Warn is endorsed by the National Propane Gas Association and supported by dependable names in the propane industry. Click to view our partners here.
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Get Your Duty to Warn in the Mail by 2023
We have great news: there’s still a little bit of time to get your 2023 annual safety mailing out to your customers! P3 Duty to Warn provides a quick, cost-effective process that can fast-track your annual Duty to Warn to be completed before the end of the year. Contact us to get a free, no-obligation quote today!