The risk of a pipeline incident is very low, but the impact could be high on resources if you don’t have the proper preplanning, community coordination and training in place.
After this eight-hour, in-person session, you’ll be better prepared to respond to a pipeline emergency. What you will gain:
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This handbook provides corrective measures that will help to increase the safety of emergency responders, reduce the costs of worker's compensation claims, maximize the longevity of emergency service careers, and assist with sending personnel into healthy retirements.
The 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 ...
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Dry Ice Safety Advisory
COVID-19 vaccines likely will need to be kept at extremely low temperatures. Due to this need, the vaccine dosages are expected to be transported in containers of dry ice. In anticipating increased dry ice injuries and thermal ...
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