At times, classroom training and protective equipment just isn’t enough. With the cooperation of our customers, we ask that you help assist in reducing the chance of injuries while onsite by maintaining a clear path between the delivery vehicle and the propane tank or fill pipe. Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated. Listed below are some common hazards that our drivers and technicians encounter during winter:
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• Certified Propane/Fuel Tank Installer
& Service Staff
• Member of PERC
• Cenex® Certified Energy Specialist (CES)
• Cenex® Certified Distributor
• MSHA trained staff with Safety Director
Chippewa Valley Energy is here to help, whether it's night or day! Our 24-hour emergency service is available by calling the office at 715-876-6400 or toll free at 800-353-7378. The after-hours phone system is designed to assist you with contacting the on-call Chippewa Valley Energy employee as quickly and efficiently as possible.
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At Chippewa Valley Energy, safety is our number one priority. We are committed to ensuring a safe environment for you, your family, your co-workers and our employees. Our staff undergoes continual safety and compliance training and requires up-to-date certifications for all of our drivers and technicians. In addition, we perform in-depth testing on all our products to ensure you're receiving the best products and are in good working order.
HAZARDS AND REMEDIES
Large piles of snow
between driveway and propane tank/fill pipe
Icy walks and driveways
Trip hazards under snow
Keep a clear path between
driveway and propane
Apply salt or sand as needed
Identify trip hazards hidden under
the snow with a marker or remove
them to a safe location
Reminder: The homeowner is responsible for the condition of all piping between the regulator and the appliances in the home.