Safety Tips

Your safety is our commitment. Basic kitchen safety tips for your reference.

1. Do not keep cylinders exposed to sun, rain dust and heat.

2. Make sure the cylinders are properly secured and are kept in an upright position.

3. Keep a safe distance of 1.5-2meters between your gas cylinder and any heat source. Do not have any electrical equipment or other sources of ignition near the cylinders.

4. Do not let anyone work on any LPG installation unless they are suitably trained and competent to do the work.

5. When changing your gas cylinder, ensure that there is no naked flame nearby and the gas stove is switched off.

6. Do not smoke when changing cylinders.

7. Change the rubber hose every 2 years and the regulator every 5 years.

8. Ensure that your LPG cylinders and accessories are approved by PSB and have the safety mark on them. Visit for information on the LPG equipment that require PSB registration, and their list of registered suppliers.

9. Always buy your LPG and its accessories from authorized dealers only.

10. When buying a refilled gas cylinder, reject any cylinder that is not in good condition.