DO NOT induce vomiting. DO NOT give liquids. If spontaneous vomiting occurs, lean the victim forward to reduce the risk of aspiration. Seek medical attention immediately!!
Cover the affected area with sand or any other approved absorbent material. Then shovel the waste into a plastic bag for separate disposal. Wash the affected area with degreaser.
Isolate the area from any flammable substances/material. Small fires at the incipient stage can be extinguished using a portable fire extinguisher. Contact the Fire Services Department.
All fuel is highly flammable, particularly Premium Unleaded. Therefore any source of ignition such as a cigarette has the potential to start a fire.
The build up of static electricity caused by cell phone use can potentially cause a fire where gasoline vapours are present, resulting in a fire.
Turn off the gas supply valve on the cylinder. Ventilate the room by opening all doors and windows. However, if the gas leak is on or about the body of the cylinder, remove it to a well-ventilated area outside the house.
The difference is based on the octane rating. Regular is 83, Super is 92 and Premium, 95.
An approved container is a closed one, with a spring closed lid and a spout cover, which is not more than 5 gallons and so designed that it will safely relieve internal pressure when subjected to fire exposure and therefore should be used for gasoline storage.