What are you doing to make the world a safer place to work? Does your program continually reduce incidents or accidents caused by human error? How effective is your current OQ Program? These are some of the questions you should […]
Have you heard of the API Recommended Practice 1173? Do you know what goes into a Pipeline Safety Management System (PSMS)? Operators around the country are scrambling to ensure that their pipeline systems have some sort of safety management system […]
How closely are you managing your contractors? How closely are you being managed by your Operators? Staying in compliance is always an issue for members of the oil and gas industry, especially pipeline operators. Operators feel the burden of […]
Have you heard of the API Recommended Practice 1173? Do you know what goes into a Pipeline Safety Management System (PSMS)? Have you heard of the API Recommended Practice 1173? Do you know what goes into a Pipeline Safety Management […]
The Who? What? When? Where? Why? Behind OQ Plans The answers to the 5 W(s) constitute a formula for getting the complete story on a subject and are a popular method for investigators and journalists. Many believe that a report […]
PHMSA has proposed updates to the requirements for drug and alcohol testing of employees after an accident/incident. The revised and new language in the OQ NPRM limits exemptions from post-accident/incident testing only to situations when sufficient information exists to establish […]
In this edition of the EWN Educational Series on the Industry Evolution, EWN reviews the significant expansion of mandatory training requirements proposed by PHMSA. The following information summarizes PHMSA’s proposed regulatory changes, guidance provided to PHMSA by the Pipeline Advisory […]
OPERATOR QUALIFICATION: DEFINITION OF A ΓÇ£COVERED TASKΓÇ¥ The OQ NPRM proposes to change the OQ Rule criteria for what constitutes a “covered task” from the current 4-part test to a much broader 2-part test. Currently, a covered task is defined […]
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 […]
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