Dispensing Safety

Behar, Hank
June 2006
Convenience Store News;6/19/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p59
Trade Publication
The article discusses the safety measures of gas stations. It is necessary to keep Gas stations safe -not just for drivers, but for their employees too. According to Pete Harlan, service technician for Tiger Fuel Co., when he is working on a pump, he never let his guard down. He makes sure the breaker's been turned off, his barricades are up. He further makes sure he is not generating static electricity, he has got a change of clothes if some gasoline spills on him, and that there's an emergency kit in the truck to control spills. It has been mentioned that regular training of employees at gas stations is necessary to avoid any accident.


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