JS West Propane Safety
At JS West Propane we care about the safety, health and well being of our customers, employees and communities where we live, work and service. We maintain strict safety policies and programs to ensure the highest standards in the industry. Monthly safety meetings are conducted through-out the year on a variety of propane related topics with mandatory attendance. Safety training is required for each and every employee that comes to work at JS West with on-going, hands-on practices and procedures. It is our goal to be pro-active and take preventative measures to ensure safe working practices and conditions at all times. Everyone shares in the responsibility to identify hazards, follow protocol to mitigate, and prevent accidents or unsafe conditions. JS West Propane is committed to safety in every aspect of the gas business, including playing a major role with Western Propane Gas Association (WPGA) in providing live propane fire fighting training for City, County and State Emergency responders. When handled properly, liquid propane gas is a safe, valuable source of clean burning energy. JS West Propane, the preferred supplier, has the excellent safety record you can depend upon to supply you, your family or business by highly trained personnel in a safe and professional environment.
Safety begins with education
The following e-learning modules are intended to help you better understand propane and how it applies to the topics listed below. As a propane user, we encourage you to spend a few minutes getting acquainted with each of these topics: Large Tank Manual Large Tank Small Cylinder Safety begins with education The following e-learning modules are intended to help you better understand propane and how it applies to the topics listed below. As a propane user, we encourage you to spend a few minutes getting acquainted with each of these topics:
Call before you dig
Before you dig on your property, please call the Diggers Hotline 811/1-800-227-2600 to help you find the underground lines of all types located on your property. The size and location of your gas system may require compliance with federal, state, or local laws. For example, underground lines that run under a public place may require that you register with the Digger’s Hotline/”One-Call” Program in your state.