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Benny Gay

About Benny Gay

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Benny Gay is vice president of operational support at ThompsonGas. He can be
reached at bennygay@thompsongas.com.

Posts by Benny Gay

Work safely in cold weather Posted on 02 Feb 2024 in the Current Issue & Featured & From the Magazine categories.

Benny Gay, vice president of operational support at ThompsonGas, provides tips and reminders to work safely in cold weather. Read more»

Steps to conduct a pre-fill container inspection Posted on 02 Jan 2024 in the Current Issue & Featured & From the Magazine categories.

A propane container must be visually inspected prior to being filled. Observe these requirements, and never service a defective container. Read more»

Safety minute: Confirming odorant in propane Posted on 26 Oct 2023 in the Blue Flame Blog & Current Issue & From the Magazine categories.

The process of recognizing the presence of propane odorant must begin well ahead of the product reaching the customer container. Read more»

Know the basics of a new piping pressure test Posted on 05 Oct 2023 in the Blue Flame Blog & Current Issue & From the Magazine categories.

A leak check and pressure test are often thought to be the same, but they are two very different tests. Read more»

Complete thorough system leak checks Posted on 14 Sep 2023 in the Blue Flame Blog & Current Issue & From the Magazine categories.

System leak checks are among the most important tasks propane marketers perform. They must be completed accurately and thoroughly. Read more»

Make a habit of propane forklift safety Posted on 17 Aug 2023 in the Blue Flame Blog & Current Issue & From the Magazine categories.

Propane marketers must ensure training of anyone handling a propane forklift cylinder and the integrity of each cylinder. Read more»

10 safety checks to complete during the off-season Posted on 13 Jul 2023 in the Blue Flame Blog & Current Issue & From the Magazine categories.

Safety checks to complete during the off-season include looking for hazards and worn-out equipment, and evaluating maintenance and housekeeping. Read more»