At Southwest Gas, your safety is our priority. Working together, you can help us provide safe and reliable natural gas service 24/7. Review these simple tips, and familiarize yourself with some basic natural gas safety rules.
Natural Gas Booklet
Knowledge is power! Explore the most common questions about natural gas, excavating, and when to contact Southwest Gas. Additionally, do your part and learn how to recognize, react to, and prevent natural gas leaks.
Safety for People Living Along a Pipeline
Underground pipelines can be located anywhere. Take a look at some valuable reminders about safety along natural gas pipelines.
Sewer Work Safeguards
Because natural gas pipelines could have been installed through sewer lines, special precautions may be necessary when using equipment to unclog sewer pipes.
Customer Buried Piping
Find out if you own the natural gas lines in your yard and how to keep them safe if you do.
Excess Flow Valves
Excess Flow Valves, or EFVs, are designed to automatically reduce the flow of natural gas if an underground pipe is damaged.
Pipeline Safety for Public Officials
Decisions that public officials with land use, street, or road jurisdiction make, can impact the safety of the community surrounding the pipeline.
Commercial Kitchen Safety
If you work in a commercial kitchen, it's important to know how to be safe around natural gas appliances. Share this poster with important safety tips with your co-workers.
Natural Gas MSDS
Learn how to safely handle and recognize hazards associated with natural gas. This document includes important tips such as first aid care, storage of natural gas, purging gas pipes, and more.
Service Territory Map
The Southwest Gas service territory map provides general locations of our transmission pipelines.