These are the top safety tips we can provide in order to have a safe environment in a location with a natural gas installation of any type.
If you ever detect even a small amount of natural gas odor in the air, do not run - walk away. Then, call your natural gas supplier. If you do not know your number, dial emergency services to 116 (Fire Department).
Locate the blue flame. If pilot lights and burners have a steady, blue flame, are functioning properly. • Have checked every year or every two years all gas appliances, chimneys, flues and vents in your home or business by qualified professionals in the industry.
Keep the areas around all appliances and equipment clean and unblocked to allow for proper airflow. • Follow the manufacturer's instructions regarding the care and use of appliances and equipment based gas.
Ensure that there is at least one fire extinguisher multiple use at home or place of business.
Never let children play with or near gas appliances or duct base, even the knobs on the oven or stove.
Do not use your stove or oven for anything other than cooking (eg to heat your home, under any circumstances).
Do not move or install a gas appliance or change the connector in any way without professional assistance.
Never install yourself a gas-fired appliance, unless you are a contractor qualified. Otherwise, you should always seek professional assistance.
Never store chemicals for use in the home or combustible materials near gas-fired appliances.
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