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AmeriGas Empowers Employees to Make Safety Improvements

ProActivity Allows for Corporate Guidance and Site Control

AmeriGas Empowers Employees to Make Safety Improvements

AmeriGas, one of the largest propane companies in the U.S., serves 1.3 million customers in the residential, commercial, industrial, motor fuel, agricultural and recreational markets. They use over 600 distribution centers and a truck fleet that logs over 100 million miles annually to deliver one billion gallons of pressurized propane, which creates safety challenges in every state. With the scope of their operation, and the need to integrate acquisitions into their EHS compliance framework, senior leadership agreed that it was time to replace its patchwork EHS program and establish world-class safety performance as a key business objective.

Amerigas chose Dakota’s ProActivity™ suite due to the enhanced level of visibility and transparency it brought to the EHS program. ProActivity enabled AmeriGas’ EHS professionals to quickly understand applicable requirements, proactively recognize compliance issues, and document and report results. For the first time on a company-wide basis, AmeriGas could now analyze incidents and accidents to uncover hidden correlations between events. ProActivity has enabled the collection of more complete and detailed data and provides a centralized data repository. The company plans to implement a detailed quarterly safety review using ProActivity’s analysis and reporting tools.

AmeriGas Empowers Employees to Make Continual Safety Improvements

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