Preparation and Strategies for PHMSA (And State) IMP Inspections


Date/Time :

April 19, 2017 8:00 - 4:30

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Introduction

With the continued and elevated focus on managing the integrity of the existing pipeline infrastructure and recent emphasis on changes to the PHMSA and state pipeline inspection process, being strategically prepared for IMP inspections has never been more critical.

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Description

This one day course will provide a systematic process for your company to strategically and thoroughly prepare for PHMSA and state IMP inspections. A key focus of this course is taking a proactive approach to inspections using inspection preparation as part of the continuous improvement process. This course is applicable to both gas (49 CFR 192) and hazardous liquids (49 CFR 195) pipelines.

Objective

PHMSA Inspection Process
----- PHMSA inspection and enforcement organization."
-----State involvement
-----Types of inspections

What to Expect During Your PHMSA (and State) Inspection
-----Pre-inspection requirements
-----Inspection protocols
-----Enforcement guidance
-----Procedure review
-----Process review
-----Document review
-----Post inspection requirements

Preparation Tools
-----Inspection protocol cross reference
-----Quality assurance process and performance measures
-----Third party gap analysis
-----Third party audit
-----Internal mock audit
----- PHMSA frequently asked questions
-----Advisory bulletins
-----Procedure review
----- Process review
-----Document review

PHMSA Pipeline Enforcement Program
-----Understanding enforcement actions
-----Enforcement statistics

Event Contact
Training  Department
email: hafsa@technicaltoolboxes.com
Phone: 713-630-0505 ext 206
Fax: 713-630-0560

Venue Information
Technical Toolboxes, Inc.
3801 Kirby Dr.,
Suite 501,
Houston, Texas, 77098
United States
Phone: 713-630-0505
Fax: 713-630-0560
Email: hafsa@technicaltoolboxes.com
website: http://www.technicaltoolboxes.com/index.html
 

Lecturers

Deonne Hootman
Deonne Hootman and Jill Braun are principal engineers at Vision Energy Resources. Vision Energy Resources specializes in the development, implementation and maintenance of pipeline IMPs. Deonne and Jill each have over twenty years of experience in the natural gas industry with experience including engineering, design and construction, technical support, operations, compliance and the development and management of IMPs. Vision Energy has provided support to small and large gas and hazardous liquids operators for state IMP inspections, PHMSA IMP inspections including multiple integrated inspections and inspections related specifically to special permits.

Jill Braun
Deonne Hootman and Jill Braun are principal engineers at Vision Energy Resources. Vision Energy Resources specializes in the development, implementation and maintenance of pipeline IMPs. Deonne and Jill each have over twenty years of experience in the natural gas industry with experience including engineering, design and construction, technical support, operations, compliance and the development and management of IMPs. Vision Energy has provided support to small and large gas and hazardous liquids operators for state IMP inspections, PHMSA IMP inspections including multiple integrated inspections and inspections related specifically to special permits.

Cost
$ 950.00 (USD)