|Company Name||Operator Qualification Abnormal Conditions and Safety|
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|Course Name||Operator Qualification Abnormal Conditions & Safety|
|Course Length||1 hour|
|Course Expiration||1 year|
|Passing Score||75% on 22 questions|
|Testing Opportunities||Unlimited retakes|
|Miscellaneous Info||Course content includes factors to consider when responding to emergencies for both natural gas and liquid pipelines Operators.
After completing this module, the learner:
• Will become familiar with the Department of Transportation definition of Abnormal Operating Conditions.
• Will be able to recognize Abnormal Operating Conditions on a pipeline facility.
• Will be able to take safe corrective action(s) regarding Abnormal Operating Conditions to ensure the safety of people first, property and the environment.
• Will be able to explain the difference between Abnormal Operating Conditions as defined in the Operator Qualification Rule 192.803 and 195.503 and Abnormal Operations as defined in 192.605(c) and 195.402(2).
• Will be able to describe potential Safety Related Conditions.
• Will have knowledge of the special consideration that should be given to the development of written procedures for the timely analysis of, and follow through on, information obtained through the use of an instrumented (smart) pig.
• Will be able to list typical Abnormal Operating Conditions on a pipeline facility.
• Will be able to rate the level of hazard associated with identified Abnormal Operating Conditions.
|Valid BOP/BOPR Card||N/A|
|ID Requirements||Accepted forms of photo identification are: VALID Driver’s License or State issued ID Card- or (2) forms of the following: Federal ID Card, INS Card, Valid Passport, School ID Card with photo, US Military Card, Military Dependent ID Card, US Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Card, Native American Tribal Document, or Canadian Drivers’ License.|
|Additional Course Notes||No|
|Course Delivery Date||March 3, 2020|
|Last Updated||March 3, 2020|