Industry Insights for Petroleum Marketers

Preventing Fuel Delivery Mishaps

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When delivering fuel, small mistakes can lead to big problems. Check out our tips for getting it right. » More

Parking lots are more important than we often give them credit for. When well maintained, they help create a positive first impression for customers and visitors while also creating a safe environment for cars and pedestrians. » More

When it comes to propane operations, providing quality training for your employees can go a long way towards preventing accidents. » More

Static electricity is a serious concern for anyone who moves flammable liquids from one container to another. Prevent your fuel delivery drivers from getting the shock of their life with these tips for controlling static electricity while loading. » More

Slips and falls are a leading cause of injuries to convenience store employees. Help prevent them with these tips. » More

Cyberattacks are in the news. Petroleum marketers, protect your data and networks with these tips. » More

Rear end collisions are one of the most common causes of auto claims for all vehicle fleets, including petroleum marketers. Make a dent in your auto losses by preventing rear end collisions » More

Trying to get a handle on internal theft in your operation? Here's a quick guide to help prevent internal theft. » More

Overexertion injuries, typically known as sprains or strains, are a top cause of employee injury for petroleum marketers. You likely can't eliminate all lifting by your employees, but there are things you can do to decrease their risk of injury. » More

Do you know what actions you can perform daily to help prevent fuel delivery mishaps? There are a lot of things that can go wrong in a petroleum operation, but the right preparation can help keep you running smoothly every day. » More

It may already be January, but there's still time for you to take action to prevent winter slips and falls. Here are some simple things you can do to help protect your customers and employees. » More

Help prevent slips and falls on your premises this winter with these tips for getting the most out of your mats. » More

If your operation involves propane, your employees should be trained to understand how to handle propane safely. The gold standard of training in the industry is the CETP certification, but we think continuing education is also important to make sure your propane operators are at the top of their game. » More

You may think you know what causes rollovers, but the actual facts, supplied by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), might surprise you. » More

Slips and falls are a leading cause of serious injuries, both to employees and the general public. Take advantage of the mild spring weather by going outside to inspect your parking areas and walkways for slip and trip hazards. Here are a few common ones to look out for. » More

Credit card skimmers have become a popular way for criminals to steal valuable payment card information from retail customers. Fuel dispensers, which are less protected than in-store terminals, have been increasingly targeted by thieves. » More

When it comes to maintaining your sidewalks and parking areas during the winter, ice melt can be a valuable tool. Make sure you're getting the most out of your ice melt with these tips. » More

Every year thousands of people are injured while shoveling snow. Strains and sprains of the back and shoulders are most common, but shoveling can also lead to slips and falls on icy walkways. » More