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Petroleum Safety Manager (Pipeline Systems)
Authority and Scope of the Pipeline Safety Program
Legislation, Rules & Regulations, Administration
Emergency Response and Emergency Action Plans
Understanding Pipeline Inspection Procedures
R & D Work-Knowledge Based Applications
Training and Qualifications Protocols & Programs
Compliance, Construction, and Enforcement
Public Awareness Requirements & Training
Damage Prevention Considerations
This course covers the pipeline safety program and rules, regulations, and tools that are critical to safety throughout this vast, diversified, and complex industry. A wide range of expertise and managerial skills required to constantly update procedures, verify compliance, and continually improve operational performance is presented. This course provides the student with the knowledge and expertise to remain current with regulations, protocols, and new industry standards for safely building, operating, and maintaining petroleum and petroleum derivative hazard liquid pipeline transmission and distribution systems and ancillary facilities. The required amount of time to complete the course is dependent upon your knowledge of workplace safety, but we find that the average completion time is approximately 80 hours. You have up to six months to complete the course.
The PSM – Pipeline Safety will capably serve as safety team director in responsible charge of comprehensive safety and regulatory compliance initiatives for pipeline facilities construction, operation, and maintenance. This individual will control training, reporting, analysis, and assign responsibility for job safety and worker compliance for all employees and subcontractors and will serve as capable lead for public awareness programs and community interaction.