Propane safety training on delivery procedures, odor detection and more
Liquefied petroleum gas (also called propane, LP gas or LPG) is safe and clean-burning when used properly. But it can also be volatile and dangerous if mishandled. Nationwide understands the dangers of LP gas and takes extra care in promoting LP gas safety.
Our training is designed for propane handlers, drivers and other employees interested in learning more about propane safety. Our specialists travel the country training customers free of charge on propane hazard identification and detection. They follow National Fire Protection Association standards, Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations and the Code of Federal Regulations.
LP gas safety topics
Nationwide risk management expertise in LP gas safety is highly regarded among industry specialists. Our LP gas safety training includes:
Inspections and repairs
Leak and pressure testing
LP gas safety audits
At no costs to customers, Nationwide LP gas specialists can examine your entire LP gas storage and distribution systems. These audits ensure proper safety measures and procedures so your staff is properly trained in maintaining and operating your LP gas system.
Farm and ranch products are not available in: Alaska, Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Oklahoma.
This information was obtained from sources believed to be reliable. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and its employees make no guarantee of results and assume no liability in connection with any suggestions or information contained herein. Furthermore, it cannot be assumed that every acceptable safety method is included in this article or that specific circumstances may not require additional methods or alternative safety suggestions. Also, nothing contained herein is meant to represent or indicate compliance with applicable standards or requirements mandated by federal, state or local jurisdictions.