Pipeline Integrity Courses
DOT Pipeline Safety Regulations
Overview and Guidelines for Compliance
November 13-14, 2014
This 2-day seminar is designed for pipeline company personnel in regulatory compliance, operational, or engineering roles. The seminar program will cover detailed information in select focus areas to benefit actual practitioners, but it will also cover a range of topics in an abbreviated manner that is suitable for management.
The seminar will review major compliance requirements of the following elements of Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations affecting the operation of gas and hazardous liquids pipelines - CFR 49, Parts 192 and 195:
Regulatory requirements for Pipeline Integrity Management will be covered in detail.
The major technical and practical application aspects of the following baseline assessment methodologies will be reviewed:
In addition, the seminar will examine compliance requirements and options for these specific elements of pipeline integrity management:
Special attention will also be given to Operator Qualification in particular:
Participants will receive a detailed set of course notes for reference on a CD as a PDF document after the course. Fee includes lunch and refreshment breaks on both days.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be eligible to receive 1.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
1. Pipeline Safety Laws
2. Regulatory Structure
3. Overview of the Regulations
4. Enforcement Process
5. Class Locations
6. Reporting Requirements
7. Regulatory Update
8. MAOP and MOP Determination for Gas and Liquids Pipelines
9. Integrity Management
Interpretations and notes
Glossary and acronyms
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