Safety Guidelines

Guidelines

  • 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
  • Don't 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 lighter
  • 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
  • - Close the main valve and gas tap
    - 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.
    - Allow the burner to dry up. Clean the burner head in the similar way. Clean the burner head with a hard brush