Natural Gas Safety

Safety First

When you’re using gas appliances or working near natural gas pipes or equipment, you should know basic natural gas safety information.

Gas Leaks

Find out how to detect a gas leak, and what to do and what not to do if you suspect you have one.

Carbon Monoxide

If you suspect a carbon monoxide problem, get fresh air. Then, call 911.

Pipeline Safety

More than 2.2 million miles of pipelines and mains quietly, reliably and efficiently deliver natural gas every day.

Cross Boring

Learn about Cross Boring and how it could be a natural gas line plugging your sewer rather than a backup.

DigSafe

Underground utilities can be dangerous. If you plan on doing any excavation work, notify DigSafe before you begin.

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Important Natural Gas Safety Links

Links to associations that can provide you with additional information on natural gas safety.

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Winter Safety

Read these tips to help stay safe during winter months.

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