Propane Tank Safety
- If you detect a gas leak and its safe to do so, turn off the tank, if not, contact your local fire department immediately.
- Never attempt to repair your propane tank. Contact a propane dealer for repair.
- Never fill a propane tank yourself – have your tank filled by a trained professional.
- Store propane tanks outdoors, upright and off the ground on a base.
- Never store a propane tank indoors, including in a basement or garage.
- Do not store a spare tank too close to a grill or any other high temperature device.
- Before lighting your grill, always check your tank for dents, rust or leaks.
- Never use a lighter or matches to check for gas leaks.
- Do not smoke near a propane tank.
Grill and Patio Heater Safety
- Always follow the grill and patio heater manufacturer’s instructions.
- Do not allow children to play near the grill, heater or propane tank.
- Use leak-detection solution to check all connections for tightness and leaks.
- Never grill in a garage, breezeway, carport or under any surface that can burn.
- Keep the grill lid open when lighting.
- Check the grill hose regularly for wear and tear, and leaks.
- Make sure the grill is shut off and cooled before covering it.
Cylinder Handling - http://propane.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/CPA_Fact-Sheet_Cylinder-Disposal_August-2016.pdf
BBQ Safety - http://propane.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/CPA_Fact-Sheet_Barbecue-Safety_August-2016.pdf