HSE

HEALTHS, SAFETY & ENVIORNMENT are inherent part of our culture. IOAGPL provides a safe and accident free environment for its employees, customers & society.
Safety of our Customers is of prime concern; the Company makes its best efforts to educate the customers to handle the fuel. Needless to say that IOAGPL is committed to eliminate air pollution and the beginning has been made in Allahabad, Chandigarh, Panipat, Ernakulam, Daman, Dharwad, and Udham Singh Nagar.
The Company makes a systematic approach to promote Health, Safety & Environment in and around. The Company follows Safety Management System as HSE Policy, work permit system, personal protection, Fire & Safety Education and training, Accident reporting, investigation, Safety Audit and emergency preparedness etc.
All planning, decisions and actions confirm our commitment towards safety, health and environment protection aspects. It is compulsory for all the employees to take active part on safety, health & environment related activities on and off the job. Compliance of observation is done in most effective manner.

Do's Don'ts
Before you turn on your gas stove, make it a habit to open all doors and windows for proper ventilation. Since gas is lighter than air, it would disperse immediately in case of any leakage. This will help avoid any incidents of fire or explosions In case you smell a gas leakage, do not operate any electrical switches and appliances
In case you smell any leakage, close the main control valve and inform Company immediately Do not smoke or ignite candle lamps etc in case of any leakage
If the leakage is observed in the yellow PE (Poly-ethylene) line, inform the company immediately and do not allow any vehicles near the leakage point STOP cooking immediately if you smell a gas leakage
Inform the company for any digging/ construction work on a gas line by you or third party near or around your house Do not carry-out or allow any digging and alteration/construction on gas line. If required inform Adani gas company about it
Always close your gas tap before you go to bed at night Do not allow any naked flame, spark or smoking near the leakage point
For any changes in your gas pipeline, always ensure an authorized person makes the changes Never carry out any alteration by yourself and never tamper with any fittings of gas connection
Never use non-standard unauthorized tubes; always insist on rubber tube supplied/ approved by the gas company  
Always ensure your rubber hose is correctly fit  


Safety Guidelines for PNG

  • Do not tamper with any component of the gas connection
  • In case the gas flow in your house or area is stopped, inform the Company immediately
  • Always close the main control valve if you are not going to be home for a day or more
  • When you turn on your gas again after a long duration, make sure all the doors and windows of your house are opened
  • Always use standard ISI mark stoves and burners
  • Dont ever cover the rubber tubes and regularly clean them with a wet cloth
  • Always ensure that the hot utensils or liquids are not in direct contact with your rubber tube
  • When you are cooking, make sure that you do not leave the burner or stove unattended
  • If you can smell gas or doubt a leakage, do not ignite a match or lighterv
  • Once you complete your cooking, make sure you close the burner knob and gas tap
  • Gas leakage / gas escape can be easily detected due to its peculiar smell or odour
  • If the gas supply stops suddenly, close the knob and open all doors and windows. Only once there is no smell of gas should you turn on the stove again
  • It is safe to wear cotton apron or cotton clothes during cooking
  • Never use a sari to lift any utensils from the stove
  • It is always safer to ignite a match first, and then to switch on the gas supply
  • Keep children away from the gas stove and gas connection
  • Periodically keep checking the rubber tube for any cuts, damage
  • Never store combustible or explosive/ flammable items in the kitchen
  • When you are cleaning the burner
    1. Close the main valve and gas tap
    2. Allow the stove to cool down and then clean the burners with a cloth. Clean the burners with warm water and use soap or other cleaning agents if the burner is oily
    3. Allow the burner to dry up. Clean the burner head in the similar way. Clean the burner head with a hard brush