The DOT / OPS has corrected the hazardous liquid pipeline corrosion rule (66 FR 66994, December 27, 2001), by reformatting the table in � 195.573 (c) to clarify that rectifiers, reverse current switches, diodes, and interference bonds whose failure would jeopardize structural protection should all be checked 6 times each calendar year, but with intervals not exceeding 2.5 months. The previous table had extraneous lines that were confusing.
In This Issue
- USCG/EPA Region VI Regional Response Team (RRT) 2003 Winter Meeting, January 29-30
- O&M Manual Up-To-Date?
- Decision That Nonconforming 1999 Ferrari F355 Passenger Cars Are Eligible for Importation
- Interested in Web-Based Compliance Management Systems?
- Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, and Fire Prevention Plans – OSHA Final Rule
- Acquiring a pipeline?
- PE Certification of SPCC Plans
- PIPELINE101 Website
- Misc Proposed Rules – Gas Pipelines
- Air Permit Needs?
- API Releases New Edition Of Pipeline Monitoring Standard
- Operator Qualification Pipeline Industry Forum January 21 and January 23, 2003
- Enforcement and Compliance History Online (ECHO) Web Site
- Correction to Hazardous Liquid Corrosion Rule
- Homeland Security Department Organization
- Advisory Bulletin: Notification of the Susceptibility To Premature Brittle-Like Cracking of Older Plastic Pipe
- New Pipeline Safety Legislation