Most of the workforce engaged in the LPG business has the very limited knowledge, awareness and lack of training. There is also lack of knowledge and expertise in the management and handling of LPG business properly in conformity with the prescribed guidelines NFPA and LP gas code of practice. This is one way or the other is a threat to the people, asset, and the company’s image & environment. Being not fully aware of the chemical and physical properties of the product and its associated risk people fiddle with LPG, a hydrocarbon hazardous by nature and characteristic.
The education faculties and the course outline at the institutions do not talk about LPG engineering and its associated risk to the students. This aspect has been boggling in the minds of a few enthusiasts who have been associated with the LPG companies for over a decade.