Follow all safety policies and regulations.
Obtain the necessary license and meet Department of Transportation (DOT) requirements necessary to operate a commercial vehicle over 26,000 lbs.
Safely operate commercial vehicles and propane related equipment associated with the installation of propane containers and systems; such as tank trailers, trenchers, backhoes, lift gates, and vehicle mounted cranes.
Safely operate trucks and equipment associated with the installation of propane tanks; such as tank trailers, trenchers, backhoes, lift gates, and vehicle mounted cranes.
Test piping or tubing joints or connections for leaks, using acceptable methods including gauges, combustible gas detector or leak detector solution.
Repair or replace piping or tubing as necessary.
Install propane containers, exterior piping, regulators, interior piping, appliances, and venting systems.
Perform inspections, tests, and procedures to address gas odors and gas leaks.
Test electrical circuits or components for continuity, using electrical test equipment.
Repair or replace defective equipment, components, or wiring.
Troubleshoot heating or hot water systems with users to isolate problems or to verify that repairs have been completed.
Repair or service heating, hot water, and other propane appliances to improve efficiency, such as by changing filters, cleaning ducts, flues or making necessary adjustments.
Install, connect, or adjust thermostats, humidistats, timers, or other control equipment associated with heating, hot water, and other propane appliances.
Install heating, hot water, other propane appliances, and associated equipment.
Connect heating, hot water, and other propane appliances to gas and water sources to form complete system.
Study blueprints, design specifications, or manufacturers' recommendations to ascertain the configuration of heating or cooling equipment components and to ensure the proper installation of components.
Comply with all applicable standards, policies, or procedures that apply to the appliance system.
Test electrical wiring between controls and equipment, according to wiring diagrams, using the appropriate electrician's hand tools.
Diagnose and inspect systems to verify compliance with plans and specifications or to identify defects or locate malfunctions.
Install and test automatic, programmable, or wireless thermostats in residential or commercial buildings to minimize energy usage for heating or cooling.
Adjust system controls to settings recommended by manufacturer.
Recommend, develop, or perform preventive or general maintenance procedures, such as cleaning, power-washing, or vacuuming equipment, oiling parts, or changing filters.
Cut or drill holes in floors, walls, or roof to install equipment, using power tools such as saws or drills.
Measure, cut, thread, or bend piping or tubing, using the appropriate pipe fitter's tools.
Install heating, hot water, or other propane appliances, following blueprints or manufacturer's installation specifications.
Identify and inspect all components of The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and DOT containers following regulations pertaining to each.