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OQ Covered Tasks

A "covered task" is basically any activity performed on a pipeline facility. Our covered tasks are designed to meet or exceed the DOT requirements for Operator Qualification. We strive to deliver rich course content with animations, diagrams and real-world examples so your employees not only meet the requirements, but also retain the information they've reviewed, resulting in fewer mistakes and less accidents.

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  • CT0031 - Inspect and Monitor Galvanic Ground Beds/Anodes

    0031.1 Define the requirements and equipment used for inspecting and monitoring galvanic ground beds and anodes
    0031.2 Inspect and monitor galvanic ground beds and anodes
    0031.3 Abnormal operating conditions

  • CT0221 Inspect, Test and Maintain Temperature Transmitters

    0221.1 Understand the Function of Temperature Transmitters
    0221.2 Prepare to Perform Inspection, Testing and Maintenance Procedures on a Temperature Transmitter
    0221.3 Inspect and Verify Temperature Transmitters
    0221.4 Calibrate Temperature Transmitters
    0221.5 Abnormal Operating Conditions

  • CT0261 Inspection, Testing and Corrective and Preventative Maintenance of Tank Gauging

    0261.1 Tank Gauging and the Different Types of Tank Gauging Devices
    0261.2 Inspect, Testing and Corrective and Preventative Maintenance of Tank Gauging
    0261.3 Abnormal Operating Conditions

  • CT01 - Conducting Annual Cathodic Protection Surveys

    1.1 Define and understand the function of conducting annual cathodic protection surveys
    1.2 Determine the measurement of structure-to-electrolyte potential
    1.3 Perform close interval survey
    1.4 Perform testing to detect interference
    1.5 Ensure electrical isolation from foreign structures
    1.6 Perform an inspection and electrical test of bonds
    1.7 Complete a visual atmospheric inspection
    1.8 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when conducting annual cathodic protection surveys

  • CT02 - Maintain Test Leads

    2.1 Define and understand the function of a test lead and the equipment used to maintain it
    2.2 Correctly inspect and verify test lead continuity
    2.3 Repair or replace damaged test leads
    2.4 Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions

  • CT0241 - Operate, Maintain, and Configure Flow Computers

    0241.1 Identify and apply different testing methods
    0241.2 Prepare to operate, maintain, and program a flow computer
    0241.3 Operate, maintain, and configure a flow computer
    0241.4 Abnormal operating conditions

  • CT0271 - Prove Flow Meters
  • CT0281 - Maintain Flow Meters
  • CT0291 - Inspect, Test and Maintain Gravitometers/Densitometers
  • CT03 - Inspect Cathodic Protection Rectifiers

    3.1 Obtain voltage and current output readings from rectifier and check for proper rectifier operations
    3.2 Perform cathodic protection rectifiers on/off test
    3.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting cathodic protection rectifiers

  • CT04 - Cathodic Protection Rectifier Maintenance and Repair

    4.1 Troubleshoot and repair rectifiers
    4.2 Adjust a rectifier
    4.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when troubleshooting and repairing rectifiers

  • CT05 - Electrically Inspect Bare Pipe

    5.1 Understand the definitions and functions of electrical inspection of bare pipe
    5.2 Conduct soil resistivity measurements
    5.3 Perform soil-to-soil potential surveys
    5.4 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when electrically inspecting bare pipe

  • CT06 - Prevention of Atmospheric Corrosion

    6.1 Understand the function of preventing atmospheric corrosion
    6.2 Perform an inspection of coatings
    6.3 Perform surface preparation
    6.4 Perform an application of coatings
    6.5 Recognize and properly react to abnormal operating conditions

  • CT06J - Electrical Inspection of Coatings

    6J.1 Electrical inspection of coatings
    6J.2 Abnormal operating conditions

  • CT07 - Measure Wall Thickness of Pipe

    7.1 Understand the requirements for measuring the wall thickness of pipe
    7.2 Use a pit depth gauge
    7.3 Use an ultrasonic thickness meter (UST)
    7.4 Collect RSTRENG Data
    7.5 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when measuring wall thickness

  • CT0721 - Joining of Pipe: Threaded Joints

    0721.1 Properly connect and tighten threaded joints
    0721.2 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions

  • CT08 - Conducting Cathodic Protection Remediation

    8.1 Install electrical bonds
    8.2 Install galvanic and impressed current anodes
    8.3 Perform transformer/rectifier installations
    8.4 Perform test station installations
    8.5 Perform thermite welding procedures
    8.6 Locate, monitor and clear shorted casings
    8.7 Recognize and properly react to abnormal conditions for conducting cathodic protection remediation

  • CT09 - Monitoring for Internal Corrosion

    9.1 Safely extract or insert corrosion coupons
    9.2 Safely extract and insert corrosion probes
    9.3 Properly collect composite or spot samples for analysis of corrosive properties
    9.4 Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions

  • CT10 - Inspect Buried Pipe When Exposed

    10.1 Inspect for physical damage
    10.2 Inspect the condition of the pipe coating
    10.3 Inspect for corrosion
    10.4 Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions for inspecting and examining buried pipe when exposed

  • CT1081 - Tapping a Pipeline (Tap Diameter 2 Inches or Less)

    1081.1 Perform hot tapping
    1081.2 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions

  • CT11 - Inspect, Test and Calibrate Overfill Protective Devices

    11.1 Define overfill protective devices and their purpose
    11.2 Inspect and calibrate overfill protective devices
    11.3 Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions for inspecting and calibrating overfill protective devices

  • CT12 - Internal Corrosion Remediation

    12.1 Adjust inhibitor injection rates to achieve an acceptable industry and company standard to prevent internal corrosion
    12.2 Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions for internal corrosion remediation

  • CT1291 - Locate Underground Pipelines

    1291.1 Locate a pipeline
    1291.2 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions

  • CT13 - Inspect Internal Pipe Surfaces

    13.1 Recognize different types of internal corrosion and their mechanisms
    13.2 Possess a working knowledge of tools used for internal corrosion evaluation
    13.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting internal pipe surfaces

  • CT1301 - Install and Maintain Pipeline Markers

    1301.1 Install a line marker
    1301.2 Inspect and maintain line markers and aerial line markers
    1301.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions

  • CT14 - Application and Repair of External Coatings

    14.1 Identify and describe the different types of external coatings and how they are applied
    14.2 Identify and describe the actions that must be taken in order to apply and repair external coatings
    14.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when applying and repairing external coatings

  • CT15 - Place and Maintain Line Markers

    15.1 Define and understand the placing and maintaining of line markers
    15.2 Locate a pipeline
    15.3 Install a line marker
    15.4 Inspect and maintain line markers and aerial line markers
    15.5 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when placing and maintaining line markers

  • CT16 - Inspect Surface Conditions of Right-of-Way and Perform Leak Surveys for Liquid Pipelines

    16.1 Inspect surface conditions of right-of-way
    16.2 Follow the company's reporting protocols
    16.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting surface conditions of right-of-way and performing leak surveys

  • CT16 - Inspect Surface Conditions of Right-of-Way and Perform Leak Surveys for Gas Pipelines

    16.1 Inspect surface conditions of right-of-way
    16.2 Perform gas leakage surveys
    16.3 Follow the company's reporting protocols
    16.4 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting surface conditions of right-of-way and performing leak surveys

  • CT17 - Inspect Navigable Waterway Crossings

    17.1 Define and demonstrate a working knowledge of inspecting navigable waterway crossings
    17.2 Use probes, sonar and other methods to verify the location of a pipeline and determine depth of cover
    17.3 Recognize and properly react to abnormal operating conditions

  • CT18 - Inspection of Breakout Tanks

    18.1 Define and demonstrate a working knowledge of regulatory compliance and inspection requirements for breakout tanks
    18.2 Inspect breakout tanks in accordance with API Standard 653
    18.3 Inspect breakout tanks in accordance with API Standard 510
    18.4 Inspect other breakout tanks
    18.5 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting breakout tanks

  • CT19 - Provide Temporary Marking of Buried Pipeline Prior to Excavation

    19.1 Define and understand the function of providing temporary marking of buried pipeline prior to excavation and the equipment used to mark it
    19.2 Locate a pipeline
    19.3 Install appropriate temporary markers identifying the line
    19.4 Inspect and maintain temporary line markers
    19.5 Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions

  • CT20 - Inspection Following Excavation Activities and Leak Survey After Blasting

    20.1 Define and demonstrate knowledge of inspection procedures performed following excavation activities and leak survey performed after blasting
    20.2 Utilize leak survey techniques
    20.3 Monitor for pressure loss
    20.4 Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions for inspection following excavation activities and leak survey after blasting

  • CT21 - Provide Security for Pipeline Facilities

    21.1 Provide protection to the pipeline facilities
    21.2 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when providing security for pipeline facilities

  • CT22 - Inspect Valves

    22.1 Inspect valves
    22.2 Conduct a routine walk around inspection
    22.3 Conduct an external integrity inspection of the valve
    22.4 Perform a function test of the valve
    22.5 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting valves

  • CT23 - Repair Valves

    23.1 Understand valve types and components
    23.2 Repair valves
    23.3 Repair actuators/operators
    23.4 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when repairing valves

  • CT24 - Inspect, Test and Calibrate Relief Valves

    24.1 Recognize the purpose and function of relief valves
    24.2 Understand terminology associated with inspecting, testing and calibrating relief valves
    24.3 Identify procedures for inspection, testing and calibration of relief valves
    24.4 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting, testing, and calibrating relief valves

  • CT25 - Maintain/Repair Relief Valves

    25.1 Identify critical parts associated with a relief valve
    25.2 Disassemble, clean, inspect, repair, and replace internal components of a relief valve
    25.3 Repair and calibrate the sensing device and reassemble and reinstall the valve
    25.4 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when maintaining and repairing relief valves

  • CT26 - Inspect, Test and Calibrate Pressure Limiting Devices

    26.1 Recognize and locate pressure limiting devices
    26.2 Identify procedures for isolation or removal of a pressure limiting device
    26.3 Inspect, test, and calibrate pressure limiting devices
    26.4 Repair and reinstall pressure limiting devices
    26.5 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting and testing and calibrating pressure limiting devices

  • CT27 - Inspect, Test and Calibrate Pressure Switches and Transmitters

    27.1 Identify types of testing methods and when they are used
    27.2 Inspect, test, and calibrate pressure switches and transmitters
    27.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting, testing, and calibrating pressure switches and transmitters

  • CT28 - Verify or Set Protection Parameters for Programmable Controllers and/or other Instrumentation Control Loops

    28.1 Understand the functions of a PLC and elements that are involved
    28.2 Know how to verify data set points, parameters and data location within PLC program
    28.3 Perform calibration, testing, and documentation of system set points
    28.4 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when verifying or setting protection for programmable controllers and/or other instrumentation control loops

  • CT29 - Moving In-Service Pipe

    29.1 Determine allowable line pressure in section of pipe to be moved
    29.2 Prepare for pipeline movement activities
    29.3 Move in-service pipe
    29.4 Recognize and respond to abnormal operating conditions

  • CT30 - Inspect Existing Pipe Following Movement

    30.1 Define and demonstrate working knowledge of inspecting an existing pipe following movement
    30.2 Inspect the pipeline for secondary stresses, physical damage, corrosion and coating damage
    30.3 Recognize and respond to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting existing pipe following movement

  • CT31 - Measure Clearance from Existing Pipe to Underground Structures Installed by Excavation, Boring, Directional Drilling

    31.1 Define and demonstrate working knowledge of inspecting clearances between existing pipes and underground structures as well as equipment used to perform the inspection
    31.2 Assure minimum clearances are maintained and that interference and corrosion control testing are performed during the installation of foreign pipelines or structures
    31.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when measuring clearance from existing pipe to underground structures installed by excavation, boring, or directional drilling

  • CT32 - Abandoning, Safe Disconnect, Purging, and Sealing of Pipeline Facilities

    32.1 Define and understand the function of and requirements for permanently or temporarily decommissioning or removing a pipeline facility from service
    32.2 Safely disconnect pipeline facilities
    32.3 Purge pipeline facilities
    32.4 Seal a disconnected portion of pipeline
    32.5 Recognize and respond to abnormal operating conditions when abandoning, safely disconnecting, purging, and sealing of pipeline facilities

  • CT33 - Installation, or Replacement/Repair of Support Structures On Existing or New Aboveground Components

    33.1 Define and demonstrate working knowledge of replacement or repair support structures on existing or new aboveground components and how to perform it
    33.2 Explain activities required to install additional or revised support structure elements to existing aboveground structures
    33.3 Recognize and respond to abnormal operating conditions when installing, replacing, or repairing support structures on existing or new aboveground components

  • CT34 - Inspection Activities for Tie-ins, Pipeline Replacements, or Other Components Connecting to an Existing Pipeline

    34.1 Define and demonstrate working knowledge of inspection activities for tie-ins, pipe replacements, or other components connecting to an existing pipeline
    34.2 Visually inspect pipe and pipe components (perform pre-installation requirements)
    34.3 Verify welder & NDT personnel qualifications (verify non-destructive weld test)
    34.4 Ensure proper installation to meet requirements (visually inspect that welds meet dot requirements)
    34.5 Recognize and respond to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting tie-ins, pipe replacements, or other components connecting to an existing pipeline

  • CT35 - Backfilling a Trench Following Maintenance

    35.1 Define and demonstrate working knowledge about the function of backfilling a trench following pipeline maintenance
    35.2 Perform backfilling operations on the pipeline following maintenance
    35.3 Determining if a tamping tool and backhoe are used properly
    35.4 Determine amount of cover required
    35.5 Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions for backfilling a trench following maintenance

  • CT36 - Performing General Pipeline Repair Activities

    36.1 Identify and demonstrate knowledge of procedures used for general pipeline repair activities
    36.2 Install tight fitting sleeves
    36.3 Install oversleeves
    36.4 Install composite wrap sleeves
    36.5 Install mechanical split repair sleeves
    36.6 Install mechanical couplings
    36.7 Perform hot tapping
    36.8 Install pipeline plugs
    36.9 Install completion plugs
    36.10 Identify and properly respond to abnormal operating conditions for general pipeline repair activities

  • CT36.2 - Install Tight Fitting Sleeves

    36.2.1 Perform installation of tight fitting sleeves
    36.2.2 Abnormal operating conditions

  • CT36.3 - Perform Over-sleeve Repair

    36.3.1 Perform installation of over-sleeves
    36.3.2 Abnormal operating conditions

  • CT36.4 - Perform Composite Wrap Sleeve Repair

    36.4.1 Perform installation of mechanical split repair sleeves
    36.4.2 Abnormal operating conditions

  • CT36.5 - Install Mechanical Split Sleeve Repair

    36.5.1 Perform installation of mechanical split repair sleeves
    36.5.2 Abnormal operating conditions

  • CT36.6 - Install Mechanical Coupling

    36.6.1 Perform installation of mechanical couplings
    36.6.2 Abnormal operating conditions

  • CT36.7 - Perform Hot Tapping

    36.7.1 Implement hot tapping procedures
    36.7.2 Abnormal operating conditions

  • CT36.8 - Install Pipeline Plugs

    36.8.1 Perform installation of pipeline plugs
    36.8.2 Abnormal operating conditions

  • CT36.9 - Install Completion Plugs

    36.9.1 Perform installation of completion plugs
    36.9.2 Abnormal operating conditions

  • CT37 - Conduct Pressure Test

    37.1 Define and understand the function of a pressure test and the equipment used to perform it
    37.2 Conduct a pressure test and record the results
    37.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operation conditions when conducting a pressure test

  • CT38 - Maintenance Welding on Pipelines

    38.1 Supervise, inspect and/or perform maintenance welding on pipelines
    38.2 Repair arc burns
    38.3 Repair defective welds other than welds containing cracks
    38.4 Repair of cover pass on a weld containing a defect other than a crack
    38.5 Repair butt welds containing cracks
    38.6 Repair previously repaired areas
    38.7 Replace welds or cylinders of pipe
    38.8 Recognize and react to abnormal operation conditions when performing maintenance welding on pipelines

  • CT39 - Operations of a Pipeline System

    39.1 Identify the activities associated with the safe start-up of a pipeline
    39.2 Identify the steps necessary for the safe shutdown of a pipeline
    39.3 Demonstrate knowledge of monitoring and maintenance of pressures, flows, communications, and line integrity
    39.4 Identify the necessary steps for the manual or remote opening and or closing of a valve or other equipment
    39.5 Recognize abnormal operating conditions for the task and identify proper responses

  • CT40 - Computational Pipeline Monitoring (CPM) Leak Detection

    40.1 Understand functions of CPM equipment
    40.2 Test, calibrate, repair, replace, and maintain CPM equipment
    40.3 Verify that the leak detection system meets design specifications
    40.4 Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions to perform CPM leak detection techniques that assist in maintaining the integrity of a pipeline system

  • CT41 - Operate Pressure Relieving Devices for Launching and Receiving Facilities

    41.1 Identify the names and operation of the valves used on a launching facility
    41.2 Explain the sequence of events needed to isolate, relieve pressure and drain fluids from the launcher barrel
    41.3 Understand the procedures involved with launching a pig
    41.4 Identify the names and operations of the valves used on a receiving facility
    41.5 Understand the procedures involved with receiving a pig
    41.6 Explain the sequence of events needed to isolate, relieve pressure and drain fluids from the receiver barrel
    41.7 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions during launching and receiving activities

  • CT42 - Performing Maintenance on Valves

    42.1 Identify components and maintenance of valves
    42.2 Perform valve maintenance
    42.3 Perform actuator/operator maintenance
    42.4 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions

  • CT43 - Perform Flange Bolting Procedures

    43.1 Identify hazards and perform hot bolting
    43.2 Perform general flange assembly procedures
    43.3 Perform general flange disassembly procedures
    43.4 Identify and respond to abnormal operating conditions

  • CT44 - Tubing and Tube Fitting Handling and Installation

    44.1 Demonstrate knowledge of instrumentation tubing, tube fittings and tubing components
    44.2 Demonstrate the correct methods for handling tubing, tube fittings, and tubing components
    44.3 Design or verify a correct layout of a tubing system
    44.4 Correctly cut and de-burr metal tubing
    44.5 Perform a correct 90 degree bend of metal tubing
    44.6 Perform installation of small diameter compression tube fittings
    44.7 Recognize and properly react to abnormal operating conditions

  • CT45 - Perform Leakage Survey

    45.1 Define and demonstrate a working knowledge of leakage surveys and the equipment used to perform them
    45.2 Perform visual surveys
    45.3 Perform a pipeline leakage survey using a combustible gas detector
    45.4 Perform a pipeline leakage survey using a flame ionization detector
    45.5 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when performing leakage surveys

  • CT46 - Vault Maintenance

    46.1 Define and demonstrate a working knowledge of vault maintenance
    46.2 Perform vault maintenance
    46.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when performing vault maintenance

  • CT48 - Purge a Pipeline

    48.1 Define and understand how to safely purge hydrocarbons or air from a pipeline
    48.2 Remove hydrocarbons from a pipeline
    48.3 Remove air from the pipeline
    48.4 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when purging a pipeline

  • CT50 - Testing an Emergency Shutdown Device

    50.1 Define and understand the function of testing emergency shutdown systems
    50.2 Test emergency shutdown systems
    50.3 Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions for testing an emergency shutdown system

  • CT51 - Perform Incremental Pressure Increases to Uprate MAOP

    51.1 Identify and demonstrate a working knowledge of performing incremental pressure increases to uprate maximum allowable operating pressure
    51.2 Perform incremental pressure increases
    51.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when performing incremental pressure increases in order to uprate MAOP

  • CT52 - Operate Odorant Equipment

    52.1 Understand the characteristics of odorants and the requirements for odorants in natural gas pipelines
    52.2 Determine odorization injection rates and test for odorant levels
    52.3 Recognize the different types of odorant injection equipment
    52.4 Operate and maintain an odorant injection system
    52.5 Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions for operating odorant equipment

  • CT54 - Gas Detection and Alarm System Maintenance and Performance Testing

    54.1 Identify and describe gas detection devices and their alarm systems
    54.2 Calibrate, test, and maintain gas detection systems
    54.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions while calibrating, testing, and maintaining gas detection and alarm systems

  • CT55 - Isolation of a Gas Compressor Unit

    55.1 Isolate a gas compressor unit
    55.2 Prepare an isolated compressor unit for start-up
    55.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when isolating a gas compressor unit

  • CT56 - Compressor Station Inspection and Testing of Remote Control Shutdown Devices

    56.1 Identify and describe remote control shutdown devices and associated terms
    56.2 Test remote control shutdown devices
    56.3 Recognize and properly respond to abnormal conditions that may be encountered

  • CT57 - Start-up, Shutdown and Operation of a Turbine Driven Gas Compressor Unit

    57.1 Understand the operation of a turbine driven gas compressor unit
    57.2 Start-up a turbine driven gas compressor unit
    57.3 Shutdown a turbine driven gas compressor unit
    57.4 Operation of a turbine driven gas compressor unit
    57.5 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when performing start-up, shutdown, and operation of a turbine driven gas compressor unit

  • CT58 - Start-up, Shutdown and Operation of an Engine Driven Gas Compressor Unit

    58.1 Understand the operation of an engine driven gas compressor unit
    58.2 Start-up an engine driven gas compressor unit
    58.3 Shutdown of an engine driven gas compressor unit
    58.4 Operation of an engine driven gas compressor unit
    58.5 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when performing the start-up, shutdown, and operation of an engine driven gas compressor unit

  • CT59 - Mud Plugs *Coming Soon!*
  • CT60 - General Abnormal Operating Conditions

    60.1 Define and understand an abnormal operating condition
    60.2 Recognize and respond to the malfunction or failure of pipeline components
    60.3 Recognize and respond to physical damage to the pipeline system
    60.4 Recognize and respond to the unexpected activation of a safety device
    60.5 Recognize and respond to abnormal facility condition
    60.6 Prevention of accidental ignition

  • CT61 - Documentation, Reporting, & OQ Recordkeeping

    61.1 Identify and maintain required documentation
    61.2 Identify safety related conditions that require reporting
    61.3 Identify operator qualifications (OQ) recordkeeping requirements

  • CT62 - Inspecting and Remediating Pipeline Hazard Protection

    62.1 Identify types of pipeline hazards
    62.2 Identify and inspect protective physical barriers
    62.3 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions

  • CT63 Inspect Tank Pressure/Vacuum Breakers
  • CT64 Inspect, Test, and Calibrate HVL Tank Pressure Relief Valves *Coming Soon!*
  • CT65 - Damage Prevention During Excavation of In-Service Pipe by or on Behalf of an Operator

    65.1 Prepare for excavation activities
    65.2 Perform inspection activities during excavation
    65.3 Inspection activities following excavation
    65.4 Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions

  • CTCRE - Control Room Emergency Response

    1 Identify characteristics of hazardous liquids
    2 Recognize abnormal operating conditions and pipeline emergencies
    3 Respond to abnormal operating conditions and pipeline emergencies
    4 Perform emergency response procedures

  • CTCLF - Catastrophic Line Failure

    1 Understand the severity of a catastrophic line failure
    2 Recognize indications of a major leak
    3 Identify a catastrophic line failure
    4 Respond to a catastrophic line failure

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