PHMSA shapes the daily activity and regulatory compliance decisions of every organization in and related to the energy industry. However, PHMSA also has a global impact capable of establishing best practices for safely handling infectious substances, such as Ebola (also […]
Welcome back to our overview of the PHMSA 9 Protocols/Form 14- 22 Elements. As we mentioned in our last few articles, PHMSA’s 9 Inspection Protocols historically were listed 1-9 with each having several sub-parts. In August of 2013, PHMSA split […]
Hawaii could soon be abandoning petroleum and switching to liquefied natural gas (LNG). Hawaii officials have been searching for a way to reduce electricity costs, improve grid resiliency, and provide a low-cost alternative fuel for ground fleet and marine transportation. […]
It is with great pleasure that we at ENERGY worldnet, Inc. announce our 20th anniversary! In 1994, we were a Southern Union Gas entity known as ENERGY WorX providing operational and safety training to Southern Union employees and the industry. […]
PHMSA’s 9 OQ Inspection Protocols As we mentioned in our last article, PHMSA’s 9 Inspection Protocols historically were listed 1-9 with each having several sub-parts. In August of 2013, PHMSA split the nine protocols into individual sub-elements. These are now […]
How Familiar Are You with PHMSA’s OQ Inspection Protocols?: Element #1 In the last edition of The Report, we started our series on the PHMSA 9 OQ Inspection Protocols. If you missed it, you can catch up here. As we […]
Over the next few newsletters, we will uncover information about the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration’s (PHMSA) Operator Qualification (OQ) Rule. We will also breakdown the nine protocols associated with PHSMA Inspection Form 14 to help you gain a […]
Step into the virtual world of hazard identification and prevention. With OSHA’s new interactive, web-based educational game, workers will be able to engage in a virtual representation of small business manufacturing and construction industries hazard scenarios. The web tool features […]
With the summer fast approaching, and June being National Safety Month, what better timing than now to talk about Heat Safety? Heat illness is not to be taken lightly. It can be deadly. This is why for the fourth consecutive […]
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