Safety is the top priority for propane companies and everyone else in the propane industry. Propane has a remarkable safety record, due in large part to the stringent codes and regulations developed by the propane industry and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). And in Arizona, your professional propane dealers and their technicians, drivers and staff, comply with state regulations that require periodic testing and training in order to ensure your safety.
Your propane company can visit your property at any time if you have safety concerns. It’s a good idea for you to schedule a service visit at least once a year so they can check all your propane tanks and appliances.
We encourage propane consumers in Arizona to learn more about propane and proper safety procedures. Below you’ll find information about what to do if you smell gas as well as safety modules for “best practices,” courtesy of the Propane Education and Research Council.
If you think you smell propane in your home, camper, RV or the area around any gas equipment, or if a gas alarm signals the presence of propane, you should IMMEDIATELY follow these suggestions:
Contact your propane dealer at any time. If it’s an emergency, always call, DO NOT email.
We encourage you to click the modules below to review other important information about propane safety.