SAFETY REQUIREMNETS FOR FOOD TRUCKS FOR VEHICLES USING LPG: LPG cabinet should be provided by upper and lower ventilation. The truck can be equipped with a maximum of 2 cylinders with a capacity of 20 pounds each. The cabinet should be fixed firmly in a safe location away from sources of heat, sparks, or ignition. Provide warning signs near the cabinet. The cabinet should not be adjacent to the exit. A reasonable distance should be maintained between the LPG cabinet and generators (if any). Provide 2 nos. fire blankets in the kitchen. Provide 1 nos. of CO2 and foam fire extinguishers to the vehicle. All piping should be constructed of copper. Automatic fire suppression system should be provided to the kitchen hood and burners. Emergency push button or manual shut off valve to be provided to stop the gas feed in case of emergency. All wiring should be inside sealed conduits. The gas piping should not be close to any electrical conduits. A First Aid box should be present inside the food truck. FOR VEHICLES USING ELECTRIC COOKERS: Provide suitable number of fire blankets to the kitchen Provides suitable number CO2 of fire extinguishers to the kitchen. The generator should be located away from the exit and must be set on a stable platform. All wiring should be inside sealed conduits. A First Aid box should be present inside the food truck .