The National Transportation Safety Board will meet to discuss its Safety Study on Integrity Management of Gas Transmission Pipelines in High Consequence Areas. The study identifies areas in present practice in integrity management programs that can be improved. The study draws both from NTSB accident investigations and from various sources of quantitative and qualitative information from throughout the pipeline safety community.
This event is free and open to the public. No preregistration required.
Located at the NTSB Board Room and Conference Center or viewable by webcast.
Opening Statement, Acting Chairman Hart
Introduction: Integrity Management of Gas Transmission Pipelines in High Consequence Areas
Safety Issues: HCA Identification, Threat Identification, and Risk Assessment
Safety Issues: Integrity Assessment, Data Integration, and Federal/State Oversight
Closing Statement, Acting Chairman Hart
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