The Recent Evolution of the Four-Part Test
Join us on Wednesday, December 13 at 10:00 am CT to hear from our industry experts, Brian Dresel and Crystal Stromberg, on the current changes taking place in our industry and how you can be prepared.
What We'll Cover:
- The Current Four-Part Test
- Covered Task Criteria
- PHMSA's Proposed Four-Part Test
- and more!
More About This Webinar
Operator qualification, including the definition of a covered task, is rapidly evolving to ensure that only appropriately trained and evaluated individuals perform covered tasks, to further reduce pipeline accidents and incidents attributed to human error.
This Energy Worldnet webinar will provide forward-looking operators and contractors with valuable insight to assist them in designing and building the innovative OQ programs of the future.
Meet Your Presenters
Brian’s passion for pipeline safety began at the age of 12 when his stepdad was burned in a natural gas incident. Simply put, Brian believes that “What’s the right thing to do?” should be a part of every decision made regarding safety and procedures. Brian enters the room with over 30 years of experience in the industry from field employee to technical training and operator qualification manager for two major gas distribution operators. Brian's recent experience includes service with PHMSA, as a Central Region inspector and TQ instructor. With experience in both writing procedures and inspection, Brian is the perfect person to put in front of our industry’s Operators and Contractors to bring awareness to pipeline safety and procedures.
Crystal lives and breathes education for the industry. She has a B.A. in integrative Studies with concentrations in Spanish, technical writing, and professional communication. She has spent years in the API 1161 Working Group and the ASME B31Q Standards Committee, as well as other association committees. For Crystal, it isn’t just about using the right there, their, and they’re. She is passionate about making sure workers in the industry are properly trained, and she makes sure that content is relevant, accurate, and attainable by the learner.
Steve came to EWN with a wealth of knowledge that he readily shares with the industry. Steve has a background that includes a degree from Indiana University, an MBA from Butler University, his CPA, and over 30 years in the industry. His experience includes time as the Pipeline Safety Director of the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, National NAPSR Chair, PHMSA GPAC member, and time as a state regulator and inspector. Steve is a true pipeline safety evangelist and PSMS ambassador. As one of our most recognized speakers, Steve presents regularly on laws and regulations, PSMS, and Safety Culture. Steve is a member of multiple boards and committees, including currently serving on the APGA Board of Directors.