A ruptured natural gas or petroleum
pipeline can cause considerable property damage. Even worse, such incidents can lead to injuries and loss of life.
That's why we're urging you to attend this critical program which will help
you learn how to avoid pipeline emergencies - and keep the people in your community safe. During this meeting you and your colleagues will learn information about responding to pipeline incidents.
Date/Time: Thursday, April 3, 2008, at 7:00 a.m.
Location: Uintah Western Park Convention Center
300 E. 200 South
The Vernal, Utah program is sponsored by:
Chevron Pipe Line Co - Colorado Interstate Gas Co - El Paso Production -
Northwest Pipeline Corp - Questar - Westport Field Services (a division of
Safety is Our Number One Priority
The residents in your community put their trust in you to keep them safe.
Prevention is the best way to protect people from pipeline emergencies. But
in the case of a pipeline incident, you'll need to know how to act
accordingly to prevent further damage and injury.
During our special pipeline safety awareness meeting you'll learn about:
. State and federal laws governing excavation around pipelines
. Indicators of a pipeline break and release
. How to recognize a pipeline emergency
. Proper first response guidelines to follow if a pipeline failure incident
Make Your Plans To Attend Today
This important meeting is open to all public officials-you and your
colleagues can't afford to miss it. In addition, feel free to extend this to
all emergency responders in your area. All attendees are welcome to enjoy a
free buffet breakfast.
For your convenience please register by Wednesday, March 26, 2008 using one
of the following methods:
Phone: 800-982-8752 Toll Free E-mail: