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LPG SAFETY – IF YOU SMELL IT, SWITCH IT OFF!

 LPG safety for your Home or Business

Gas Suppliers make LPG smell as an extra precaution, to help people detect gas in the event of a leak.

 Watch this video below

Safety Video

Gas Energy Australia LPG Safety 

LPG Bushfire Safety

What you can do to ensure that take the precautionary measures if you are faced with a bushfire near and around your home.

NSW Fire LPG Cylinder Safety Check List

Potential dangers of gas equipment that may have been affected by bushfires or extreme heat.

  • LPG installations
  • storage tanks
  • household cylinders
  • portable camping cylinders

What to do with your LPG storage tank or cylinders before the threat of an approaching bushfire

  • Ensure that the area around the tank or cylinder is free from all flammable materials
  • Ensure that cylinders are in an upright position and secured on a firm level non-combustible base
  • Ensure that safety pressure relief valves of tanks and cylinders are directed away from the building and each other
  • Ensure that household or portable cylinders are not stored indoors, under buildings or stairwells
  • Ensure that all cylinders are stored away from potential ignition sources
  • Ensure that the tank or cylinder isolating valves accessible and can be easily turned off

What to do with your LPG storage tank or cylinder as a bushfire approaches

  • Turn off all gas appliances
  • Turn off cylinder or tank supply/isolating valve(s)
  • Don't forget BBQ, Caravan, Workshop cylinders
  • DO NOT disconnect or remove household cylinders from their upright position where they are on a firm level non-combustible base, ensure the cylinders are secured in place with the retention chain (if fitted)
  • DO NOT cover the cylinders with wet material to keep cool as it may dry out and become combustible
  • If the cylinders are exposed to heat, AND IF ONLY SAFE TO DO SO, hose them down with water to reduce the pressure building up inside the cylinder

What to do with your storage tank or cylinder after the threat of bushfire has passed

 It is NOT safe to turn on storage tanks or cylinders. They should be checked by your Gas Supplier.

  • Any damage to tanks or cylinders, such as dents or gouges, will affect the cylinder's integrity
  • Damage to tanks or cylinders may not be visible or obvious
  • The storage tank or cylinder must be checked for damage by your gas supplier
  • If you have damaged tanks or cylinders contact your gas supplier

 Gas systems and appliances after the threat of bushfire has passed

It is NOT safe to use the gas system and/or appliances. Get a licensed gas fitter to check.

 The heat from the fire may have damaged gas pressure regulators, pipework or appliances, damage may not be visible or obvious.

Do not use the gas installation or appliances without first engaging a licensed gas fitter to check the integrity of the installation and appliances.

Provided by WorkSafe Tasmania

SAFETY REPORT

To access the Safety Report online form click here

 

CHECKLISTS AND GUIDES

 

Forklift Gas Cylinder Storage Safety Information

How To Change a Forklift Cylinder   

Co² Cylinder Connection Checks 

Transporting Gas Cylinders Guide 

LPG 45kg Cylinder Checks Guide

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SAFETY DATA SHEETS & TECH SHEETS

Supagas is committed to the development of our customers through innovation and improvement of materials, equipment and safety techniques. This section is our way of being able to provide this experience to you. If you are requiring technical information about any of our gas products please click on the Safety Data Sheet link from the pull-down menu above. For more general consumer information regarding our gases please utilise the Technical Sheets. Our Technical Sheets are also available in all branches in a printed format.

For all Safety Data Sheets please click here

For all Tech Sheets please click here

 

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