Priorities for Managing a Pipeline Incident
The International Association of Fire Chiefs and TC Energy, formerly TransCanada Corporation, has had a successful and thriving partnership for the past seven years providing trainings, education and town halls for first responders on energy and pipeline safety within the United States and in late 2019, the partnership is expanding into Mexico. The document provides information on how to safely manage pipeline incidents. Learn more about the IAFC and TC Energy partnership here
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    • Hazmat
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  • Resource Type:
    • Field operating guide
  • Organizational Author:
    • Hazmat Fusion Center

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