You might have heard the term OQ training but don’t know exactly what it is. So, let’s talk about it, what it is and why it’s important, and the different facets surrounding it. Energy Worldnet is here to help. What […]
Let’s get something clear… PHMSA is publishing a Final Rule on Monday (January 23rd), but it does NOT include the OQ portion that will have the biggest impact on the industry. There are 132 pages in the new PHMSA Final […]
In this final installment in the EWN Educational Series on the Industry Evolution, EWN will recap miscellaneous provisions of the NPRM for Operator Qualification, Cost Recovery, Accident and Incident Notification, and Other Pipeline Safety Proposed Changes (also known as the […]
In the preceding editions of this EWN Educational Series, EWN has reviewed PHMSA’s proposals for a new definition of a covered task, changes to span-of-control limits, new training requirements, new evaluator selection and training requirements, a new management of change […]
As PHMSA continues to promote the adoption of safety and quality management systems in the industry, the use of effective management of change (MOC) processes become even more critical for all companies. These efforts can assist regulated operators to ensure […]
Struggling with the OQ NPRM? ┬áEWN can help. ┬áThis education series breaks down the modifications and additions laid out in the OQ NPRM. ┬áIt is paramount that our industry understands exactly what is expected and how to adapt to the […]
OPERATOR QUALIFICATION: DEFINITION OF A “COVERED TASK” 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 […]
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) has proposed amendments, updates and clarifications to the pipeline safety regulations to address Section 9 (Accident and Incident Notification) and Section 13 (Cost Recovery for Design Reviews) of the Pipeline Safety, […]
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 […]
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