Updated: Aug 12


An Inspector is needed to conduct safety and device inspections of propane storage, dispensing and utilization facilities located at various locations within the state of Missouri including service stations, bulk plants, airports, schools, nursing facilities and fuel terminals; enforce statutes and regulations; and provide consultation for new installations. Must have a minimum of five years’ technical experience in the propane industry relating to the installation, operation or repair of fuel storage, utilization and dispensing systems; considerable knowledge of NFPA pamphlets 54 and 58 safety standards; and computer skills. Extensive travel with frequent overnight stays is required. Salary range is $38,243-$57,000. Contact the Missouri Propane Safety Commission at 1(573)893-1073 or dcarroll@mopropanesc.org.

Updated: Aug 12

Governor Parson appointed a new Commission to the Missouri Propane Safety Commission.

Robert Goodrich, of Waynesville, was appointed to the Missouri Propane Safety Commission.

Mr. Goodrich has been employed by Goodrich Gas Inc. since 1985, serving as operations manager since 2005. The business has been owned and operated by the Goodrich family since 1959. Mr. Goodrich is a member of the Missouri Propane and Gas Association and has served in various leadership capacities, including president, treasurer, and a member of the Board of Directors. Mr. Goodrich holds a Bachelor of Science in geology from Missouri State University.

Updated: Aug 12

A huge thank you to Larry Butler for his dedication and guidance as a commissioner for the Propane Safety Commission. Best of luck on your retirement.