Safety Guide
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Propane Safety
What to do if you smell gas: · Extinguish all open flames, and immediately leave any area where propane fumes are present.  · Avoid touching electrical switches or appliances or using land-line telephones when a leak is suspected. · If you know how, go to your propane system storage vessel, open the tank hood, and close the vapor service valve.  Then, contact a qualified technician for assistance.  · Leave the door open and go outside to use a cell phone or use a neighbor’s phone to call a qualified technician for assistance. Other Safety Tips: · Propane is heavier than air.  The vapor will descend to the lowest point, for example, a basement.  Avoid these area when a leak is suspected. · Never tamper with your system’s supply lines. · Never tamper with any safety devices, regulators, or storage tank fittings. · Never use an open flame, to test for propane leaks. · Have your propane system checked if you have symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning:  headaches, dizziness, loss of muscular control, vomiting, and watering eyes. · Never use range burners as space heaters.  · Never use propane heaters or barbeque grills that are not intended for indoor use.  · Have all propane appliances tested regularly by a qualified technician.  · Make sure there is plenty of ventilation.  · Carbon Monoxide detectors are recommended and are available at most hardware stores.   Propane System Installation, Modification, or Repair: WARNING:  Propane is a flammable gas.  The installation, modification, or repair of a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) system by a person who is not licensed or registered to install, modify, or repair an LPG system may cause injury, harm, or loss.  Contact a person licensed to install, modify, or repair an LPG system.  A person licensed to install or repair an LPG system may not be liable for damages caused by the modification of an LPG system by an unlicensed person except as otherwise provided by applicable law. 
Safety Guide
Propane Safety
What to do if you smell gas: · Extinguish all open flames, and immediately leave any area where propane fumes are present.  · Avoid touching electrical switches or appliances or using land-line telephones when a leak is suspected. · If you know how, go to your propane system storage vessel, open the tank hood, and close the vapor service valve.  Then, contact a qualified technician for assistance.  · Leave the door open and go outside to use a cell phone or use a neighbor’s phone to call a qualified technician for assistance. Other Safety Tips: · Propane is heavier than air.  The vapor will descend to the lowest point, for example, a basement.  Avoid these area when a leak is suspected. · Never tamper with your system’s supply lines. · Never tamper with any safety devices, regulators, or storage tank fittings. · Never use an open flame, to test for propane leaks. · Have your propane system checked if you have symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning:  headaches, dizziness, loss of muscular control, vomiting, and watering eyes. · Never use range burners as space heaters.  · Never use propane heaters or barbeque grills that are not intended for indoor use.  · Have all propane appliances tested regularly by a qualified technician.  · Make sure there is plenty of ventilation.  · Carbon Monoxide detectors are recommended and are available at most hardware stores.   Propane System Installation, Modification, or Repair: WARNING:  Propane is a flammable gas.  The installation, modification, or repair of a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) system by a person who is not licensed or registered to install, modify, or repair an LPG system may cause injury, harm, or loss.  Contact a person licensed to install, modify, or repair an LPG system.  A person licensed to install or repair an LPG system may not be liable for damages caused by the modification of an LPG system by an unlicensed person except as otherwise provided by applicable law. 
© 2015 Knight Propane, Inc.