February 22, 2017

API RP 1162 Public Awareness Programs for Pipeline Operators by API

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Operator should consider more frequent as a supplement or upon major redesign of program. As required by Þndings of evaluations. S. S. Department of Transportation 6500 South MacArthur Blvd. org 400 N. S. Department of Transportation 400 Seventh Street, SW, Rm. 1 31 APPENDIX B—EXAMPLES OF STAKEHOLDER AUDIENCES When a Public Awareness Program is being developed, one of the initial tasks is to identify the audience(s) that should receive the programÕs messages. Section 3 identiÞed the intended audiences for the operatorÕs Public Awareness Program and included a ÒStakeholder Audience DeÞnition TableÓ.

By SmellÑWhat to Smell for... 3 RESPONDING TO A PIPELINE LEAK Operators should include in their communications an outline of the appropriate actions to take once a pipeline leak or release is suspected. This information should include: ¥ What to do if a leak is suspected ¥ What not to do if a leak is suspected. g. high concentration of hydrogen sulÞde). This information should indicate that both the operator and the local emergency response ofÞcials have an ongoing relationship designed to prepare and respond to an emergency.

1 CONSIDERATIONS FOR SUPPLEMENTAL ENHANCEMENTS FOR THE BASELINE PROGRAM This RP recognizes that there are differences in pipeline conditions, consequences, population, property development, excavation activities and other issues along pipeline systems. Accordingly, a Òone-size-Þts-allÓ Public Awareness Program across all pipeline systems would not be the most effective approach. This RP recommends that an operator enhance its baseline program with supplemental program components when conditions along the pipeline suggest a more intensive effort is needed.

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