Pipeline Safety Compliance Training  

 

The U.S. Department of Transportation's (US DOT) Transportation Safety Institute conducts Pipeline Safety Compliance Training specially designed for the energy industry.  This course will familiarize participants with US DOT pipeline safety regulations and acute, critical, and serious safety violations.  This course is designed to assist pipeline safety personnel with fewer than 10 years industry experience.  If you are responsible for oversight of pipeline safety and regulatory compliance, this course will be invaluable to your success.  Upcoming trainings are listed below:


2017 Pipeline Safety Compliance Training – Liquid (3.5 days) $1895

July 18-21, 2017            Oklahoma City, OK

Topics include:

  • Title 49 CFR Parts 194 & 195
  • Accident & Other Reporting
  • Jurisdiction & Rural Gathering Lines
  • Design Requirements
  • Construction
  • Welding
  • Operations & Maintenance
  • MOP & Pressure Testing
  • Breakout Tanks
  • Control Room Management
  • Integrity Management Program (IMP)
  • Operator Qualification (OQ)
  • Corrosion Control
  • Spill Response
  • Enforcement

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2017 Pipeline Safety Compliance Training – Gas (3.5 days) $1895

September 12-15, 2017           Oklahoma City, OK

Topics include:

  • Title 49 CFR Parts 191 & 192
  • Testing & Uprating
  • General Construction Issues
  • Routine Operation & Maintenance 
  • Pressure Regulation Corrosion Control  
  • Non-Metallic Pipe 
  • Odorization
  • Compressor Stations 
  • Regulated Gathering Lines
  • Control Room Management

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Contact Information: Email at PipelineSafetyCompliance@dot.gov or call (405) 954-4500.

This course can be taught at your location.  Also, Transportation Safety Institute can develop and deliver professional safety training to fit the specific needs of your organization or agency.  Your customized training program is just a phone call away at (405) 954-4500.  


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