Are You Prepared to Reach 9-1-1 During a Pipeline Emergency?

Did You Know...

An employee simply dialing 9-1-1 from one of your company's monitoring stations, which may be thousands of miles away from an emergency, will only connect him or her with the monitoring station's local 9-1-1 center, not the PSAP nearest to the incident. 

During emergencies, your employees need immediate access to current and reliable PSAP contact information.

New Regulations Mandate Your Pipelines Connect to 9-1-1.

Operators of gas, hazardous liquid, and liquefied natural gas pipeline facilities… should immediately and directly notify the Public Safety Access Point (PSAP) that serves the communities and jurisdictions in which those pipelines are located when there are indications of a pipeline facility emergency.

Source: PHMSA Advisory Bulletin ADB-2012-09

The NENA PIPE Database: Your Pipeline to 9-1-1

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To meet the new PHMSA requirements, an accurate database of PSAPs matched to your company’s pipeline routes is essential. Developed specifically for pipeline operators by the 9-1-1 industry’s leading association, NENA, the PSAP Information for Pipeline Emergencies (PIPE) Database connects pipeline operators with local 9-1-1 centers along pipeline routes during emergencies. 

When seconds count and reliability matters, the NENA PIPE database is the product of choice for companies looking to ensure compliance and enhance public safety along every mile of pipeline.