At EASIGAS, safety is of paramount importance. We remain committed to the safety of our products and ensuring that no harm comes to people because of their use. We are also focused on protecting the environment and alleviating any negative effects associated with the production of LPGas.
This is reflected in our “Health, Safety, Security & Environmental Policy”. Below is the LPGas general safety information based on its properties, as well as procedures that are to be applied in case of an emergency. The EASIGAS safety data sheet is available to be shared on request, and our ISO certificate can be viewed here.
Turn off the gas at the main shut off valve of the tank or cylinder.
Extinguish all naked flames immediately.
Restrict unauthorised access to the area.
If the leak is on a cylinder, move the cylinder to a well-ventilated outdoor area.
Call the fire brigade, advising them it is a leak/fire involving LPGas.
For a leak or a fire indoors, get everyone out of the premises. For a leak or a fire outdoors, evacuate all persons from the area and keep upwind of any leak.
When the fire brigade arrives, inform them of all areas where LPGas is stored (tanks or cylinders).