ELPC is following the policies which are endorsed by the World Health Assembly in 2007
• devising and implementing policy instruments on workers’ health;
• protecting and promoting health at the workplace;
• improving the performance of and access to occupational health services;
• providing and communicating evidence for action and practice; and
• incorporating workers’ health into other policies.
LPG liquid forms cold burns when contacted with skin or eye. Inhaling LPG vapor at high concentration even for a short time can cause fainting and/or death. Inhaling of LPG vapor can cause irritation in nose and throat, headache and nausea, vomiting, dizziness and loss of consciousness. LPG vapor can cause fainting and choking in closed or poorly ventilated environments.
We are following the below Safety Systems for Operation
Climate change constitutes a problem of unprecedented scope, complexity and importance for humanity in general and for the policy community in particular. Achieving a global consensus on how and when to act while balancing competing environmental, social, political and economic imperatives is a challenge but it is a challenge that must be met.
As citizens and as representatives of a clean and low carbon gaseous fuel, the LPG industry strongly supports the emergence of an ambitious climate strategy and is committed to optimizing LPG’s role in the transition towards a more climate friendly energy model. Combining an established market presence with C02 emission advantages over more carbon intensive alternatives such as coal, oil and conventionally generated electricity, LPG can and should be part of the solution.
LPG’s climate credentials are significantly enhanced by the emerging evidence regarding the role of black carbon in global warming. Due to the clean combustion typically associated with gaseous fuels, LPG generates extremely low levels of black carbon, making it an ideal component of any global warming reduction strategy. Moreover, its portability makes it an ideal auxiliary fuel for systems based on renewable energy such as solar thermal, particularly in areas beyond the reach of the natural gas network.
LPG is eco-friendly with lower CO2 emissions and lower particulate emissions than coal, petrol, diesel or coal fired electricity, making it a better choice for the environment.
Because LPG results in lower CO2 emissions than other energy sources, such as coal fired electricity, it can be a far better choice for the environment.
Gas has always been considered the fuel of choice for effective home heating, hot water and cooking.
Apart from the benefits it provides inside the home, gas can also contribute significantly in your efforts to reduce your carbon footprint.
There is a substantial environmental benefit in using gas as an alternative fuel to coal fired electricity for many applications around the home.
The benefit lies in the chemical composition of LPG, which producesless CO2 emissions when burnt.