Attendant and driver are filling a container in the back of a taxi. They forget the cardinal rule and don’t take the container out to place it on the ground […]
We asked “How do you handle fuel mixes at your site?” Here are the results: 90% of you indicated that costs are deducted from the attendant, however some noted that […]
Customer’s vehicle is overfilled and results in both the attendant and another customer slipping and falling on the fuel spill.
In this video the fuel delivery truck is busy off-loading and at least 2 filler point covers are open. When a car drives by the vapor is ignited and you […]
This video contains a few clips of fuel vapors igniting, probably because there is a static electricity discharge.
What happens if the vent pipes don’t work? Imaging this fuel tank is below ground and the vent pipes are blocked. As the tank cools and warms a vacuum is created […]
Most fires on the forecourt start as a result of static electricity building up and then igniting fuel vapor at the pump:
Cigarette lighter causes fuel vapor to ignite. Here is another scary example of how lighting a cigarette in the right place can ignite fuel vapors. Luckily this guy got away.
Customer very confused: “I’m sure my petrol cap was on this side”. She gets in and out of her car, apparently confused as to why the petrol cap is continuously […]
How does a petrol nozzle know when to shut off?