We take safety very seriously
That's why we offer equipment design and installations that meet Australian standards, product safety sheets and guidelines, dangerous goods signage where required, and the support of our account managers.
Our guidelines provide you with procedures for safely handling LPG.
It's important that all employees in your workplace fully understand and are familiar with these guidelines, and that training is provided on a regular basis so that everyone is confident in managing LPG safely.
Download the guideline below that best describes how your business uses LPG.
|Who should use this?||Guideline|
|Businesses who fill small portable cylinders on site||Portable cylinder (recreational) filling by decanting|
|Businesses who have small portable cylinders delivered to sites||Portable cylinder exchange|
Businesses who fill forklift cylinders on site by the method of decanting
|Forklift cylinder filling by decanting|
|Businesses who fill forklift cylinders on site using a dispenser pump||Forklift cylinder filling by dispenser pump|
|Businesses who have filled forklift cylinders delivered to sites||Forklift cylinder exchange|
Our safety data sheets, previously called material safety data sheets (MSDS), help you understand the properties of LPG and how it may affect health and safety in your workplace.
|Who should use this?||SDS|
|All business customers||Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)|
|Some large industrial customers with specific supply and installation arrangements||Commercial butane|
Some aerosol major account customers
|Autogas customers only||Autogas|
|Customers on metered TLP network (e.g. Glen Innes)||Tempered liquefied petroleum gas (TLP)|
|Industrial gas customers||Coregas safety data sheets|
Got large LPG tanks installed on your premises?