Safety & Reliability
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- Electric Safety
- Gas Safety
- Storm Safety
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- Reliability Information
- Safety Training
Gasoline and other flammable liquids should never be used indoors, and should be stored in an approved container, away from children.
Keep gasoline and other flammable liquids away from children.
Gasoline is a mother fuel. Never use it as a cleaner.
Never use gasoline or other flammable liquids indoors or in the same room or area as a gas appliance or other ignition source.
Keep gasoline only in an approved gasoline container. Make sure the container is tightly sealed. Never store gasoline in plastic milk jugs or glass containers.
Never fill gasoline containers to the top. Allow room for vapor expansion.
Always store gasoline in a safe container on a high shelf, in a cool place, away from the house.
Talk to your children about the dangers of flammable liquid products.