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Pipeline Safety Resources

Our multi-pronged approach to safety is rooted in prevention, maintenance, and emergency preparedness. Elements of these programs include exacting design and construction standards, comprehensive pipeline maintenance, 24-7 remote line monitoring, leak detection, community education programs and strong relationships with emergency response teams across our asset footprint.

Resources for Communities Near Pipelines or Terminals

National Pipeline Mapping System

NPMS is a mapping system created by the U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) in cooperation with other governmental agencies and the pipeline industry. It contains attribute data, public contact information and metadata pertaining to interstate and intrastate hazardous liquid trunk lines and hazardous liquid low-stress lines, as well as gas transmission pipelines, liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants and hazardous liquid breakout tanks jurisdictional to PHMSA.

Common Ground Alliance Best Practices for Damage Prevention and Safety

CGA is a member-driven association of nearly 1,800 individuals and 250 member companies in every facet of the underground utility industry.

Additional Resources:

Liquid Energy Pipeline Association

American Petroleum Institute

Pipeline Ag Safety Alliance

Pipeline Association for Public Awareness

Resources for Responders

The Phillips 66 Emergency Response Action Plan (ERAP) online portal provides quick access to area specific documents containing contacts, capabilities and other critical information that emergency responders may need to know in the event of an incident. This special access allows you to review the company’s response plans alongside your own standard operating procedures.

Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration Emergency Response

PHMSA’s 2020 Emergency Response Guidebook provides first responders with a go-to manual to help deal with hazmat transportation accidents during the critical first 30 minutes.

National Association of State Fire Marshals

This training portal is among the many initiatives the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the Association of Oil Pipe Lines (AOPL), together with supporting emergency response organizations, has created to assist first responders to learn the techniques and skills to address a hazardous liquid or natural gas pipeline incident. Using the National Association of State Fire Marshals (NASFM) “Pipeline Emergencies” Program, this best in class online training is provided free-of-charge to all first responders.