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The mission of Liquefied Compressed Gas is to enforce the laws and regulations regarding the manufacturing of liquefied compressed gases located within
Mississippi. All domestic, commercial and industrial premises or buildings where liquefied compressed gases may be received, stored, transported, sold, offered or exposed for sale,
manufactured, refined, distilled, compounded or blended, as well as any liquefied compressed gas container, system, pump, equipment, tank car, storage tank, or other
vehicle in which any liquefied compressed gas is stored, will be subject to regular inspections under this program.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Rules and Regulations Global Harmonization System (GHS)
OSHA – 601-965-4606 Ext. 14606 (Ask for OSHA Duty Officer)
Mississippi Propane Gas Association – 601-354-4077 (Phillip Chamblee)
Dealers L.P. – 1-800-844-0267 (David Houck)
The following forms may be filled electronically or manually. To fill a form electronically, type in the information and print the form; the completed form cannot be saved. To complete the form manually, print the blank form and write in the information.
Some duties and functions of the State Liquefied Compressed Gas Board include:
There will be a Liquefied Compressed Gas Board Meeting on Thursday, March 9, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. at the Mississippi State Fire Academy, Classroom 102.
The L. C. Gas Board has grant money available to organizations or other interested parties for the purpose of promoting and researching the development of more cost-effective uses of propane. Educational, safety and
market development programs may also qualify for this grant money.
For further information in regard to this program, you may call 1-800-595-6504. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. central standard time
The Mississippi Propane Gas Association, is pleased to offer CETP training courses for all propane companies in Mississippi. This training is not limited to companies who are MPGA members. CETP courses are funded by PERC funds, which are contributions made by all propane marketers in the state. The courses are FREE, but pre-registration is required. The courses for 2016 are BASIC PRINCIPLES, PROPANE DELIVERY AND BASIC PLANT OPERATIONS. Basic Principles will be two days and Propane Delivery and Basic Plant Operations will be three days and will begin at 8:00 am and conclude by 5:00 pm. Lunch will be provided. Registration forms are included with the registration deadlines noted.
Each employee must take the BASIC PRINCIPLES course before taking any of the other courses in order to obtain credit and be certified. If you enroll in another class prior to taking the Basic Course, you will not receive a pass or fail grade until completing the Basic Course.
The Mississippi Propane Gas Association is pleased to offer DEFENSIVE DRIVING FOR THE PROFESSIONAL TRUCK DRIVER to all propane companies in Mississippi. This training is not limited to companies who are MPGA members. This Course is funded by PERC funds, which are contributions made by all propane marketers in the state. The course is FREE, but pre-registration is required. The course is limited to the first 50 registered.
For more information please contact the Mississippi Propane Gas Association at (601) 354-4077.
L.C. Gas Division
P.O. Box 79
Jackson, MS 39205-0079
Phone: (601) 359-1064 or 1-800-595-6504
Fax: (601) 359-1076
After hours and emergency call L.C. Gas Director Scottie Cuevas at 228-297-8650.