Gas Safety

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Know What to Do

Find out how to detect and prevent gas leaks and carbon monoxide poisoning.

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I Smell Gas ...

If you smell gas, leave the building and call 1-800-880-7734 (PSEG) or 911 to report the problem. Discover how to detect gas leaks and how to prevent damage to natural gas lines on your property.

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Carbon Monoxide Safety

Learn about symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning and find out how to protect yourself and your loved ones against this odorless, colorless hazard.

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Gas Heater Safety

Safely troubleshoot basic gas heater problems, learn what to do if your system overheats, and find out when to call a technician.

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Gas Appliance Safety

Learn how to keep your gas stove, gas dryer, or other gas appliances from becoming fire hazards.

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