Home & Work Safety

Gas Safety

Your Gas Range

  • Keep the range and burners clean.
    Make sure the range top is clear of debris that can catch fire.
  • Run burners safely.
    The flame on your gas range should be crisp, quiet and blue. A yellowish flame indicates the gas is burning inefficiently and an adjustment is needed by a service representative. When cooking, adjust the burner flame so it doesn't extend beyond the pot bottom. A high flame wastes energy and may be dangerous.
Keep your range clean and the burners adjusted for maximum efficiency.