Coronavirus Update

Due to the coronavirus, as a precautionary measure to help stop the spread of the virus, the Missouri Propane Safety Commission is implementing the following procedures:

· Our inspectors will limit inspections of public institutions, industrial buildings, schools and nursing homes to the outside equipment only. We will not enter the buildings.

· We will not be citing violations for expired CETP, HVAC and Dispenser training. The pause in the training requirements may last 6 months.

We will advise when we will resume standard operation. Let us know if you have any questions.

Coronavirus Update

Due to the coronavirus, as a precautionary measure to help stop the spread of the virus, the Missouri Propane Safety Commission is implementing the following procedures:

Our inspectors will limit inspections of public institutions, industrial buildings, schools and nursing homes to the outside equipment only. We will not enter the buildings unless specifically requested by the occupant. We will issue extensions for CETP, HVAC and Dispenser training for an additional 60/120 days if needed.

We will advise when we will resume standard operation.

Dennis (Denny) Carroll

Executive Director

Missouri Propane Safety Commission

573-893-1001

Dcarroll@mopropanesc.org


Flood preparations

Many are predicting high water and possible flooding again this Spring. Now is the time to check on tanks that might be affected. If you are installing or servicing LP tanks in a flood plain make sure they are anchored properly.

NFPA 58 - 6.8.1.6 Where necessary to prevent flotation due to possible

high flood waters around above ground or mounded containers,

or high-water table for those underground and partially

underground, containers shall be securely anchored.

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