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Pipeline Safety: Periodic Updates of Regulatory References to Technical Standards and Miscellaneous Edits
Pipeline Safety: Personal Electronic Device Related Distractions
Revisions of the Emergency Response Guidebook
Agency Information Collection Activities: Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request
Current List of Laboratories Which Meet Minimum Standards ToEngage in Urine Drug Testing for Federal Agencies
ACTION: Request for public comments and OMB approval of modifications
Pipeline Safety: Implementation of Electronic Filing for Recently Revised Incident/Accident Report Forms for Distribution Systems, Gas Transmission and Gathering Systems, and Hazardous Liquid Systems
NTSB Recommendation on Prescription Drug use
This document advises operators of gas distribution pipeline systems of a statutory requirement for installation of excess flow valves in certain gas service lines.
Identifying Issues with Mechanical Coupling That Could Lead to Failure.
Reporting Drug and Alcohol Test Results for Contractors and Multiple Operator Identification Numbers.
Operator Qualification Programs.
New DOT Final Rule on Drug and Alcohol Program Requirements
PHMSA-2010-0307: Pipeline Safety: Emergency Preparedness Communications
PHMSA (PAP) Effectiveness Inspection Form
PHMSA Advisory Bulletin (ADB-11-01) PHMSA is issuing an Advisory Bulletin to remind operators of gas and hazardous liquid pipeline facilities of their responsibilities, under Federal integrity management (IM) regulations, to perform detailed threat and ri
Distribution Integrity Management
Pipeline Safety: Notice to Operators of Driscopipe[supreg] 8000
Pipeline Safety: Verification of Records
Pipeline Safety: Inspection and Protection of Pipeline Facilities
Pipeline Safety: Communication During Emergency Situations
DOT 'Recreational' Marijuana Notice
Advisory Bulletin - Pipeline Safety: Using Meaningful Metrics in Conducting Integrity
Pipeline Safety: Reporting of Exceedances of Maximum Allowable Operating Pressure
PROCESS FOR RESPONDING TO ENFORCEMENT LETTERS ISSUED BY THE GEORGIA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Recall on Leak Repair Clamps Due to Defective Seal
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
Knowledge of laws, rules and bulletins published in the Federal Register resides soley with the persons/entities affected by such publications.
 
The PHMSA Advisory Bulletins provided below are copies of those published in the Federal Register and are provided merely as a courtesy.  The Advisory Bulletins provided below are not meant to be an all inclusive list of every Advisory Bulletin and/or Recommendation issued by the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Agency (“PHMSA”), and the Commission and/or its Staff shall not be liable for the failure of any affected persons or entities to have obtained copies of any of the PHMSA Advisory Bulletins issued, regardless of inclusion or not of said Bulletins in the Advisory Bulletins listed below.  All persons affected by PHMSA Advisory Bulletins are soley responsible for and strongly encouraged to sign up for direct notice of all PHMSA issued Advisory Opinions and should contact:
 
U.S. Department of Transportation
Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
East Building, 2nd Floor
1200 New Jersey Ave., SE
Washington, DC 20590
202-366-4433
202-366-3666 (Fax)
 
"Daily Federal Register" at: http://listserv.access.gpo.gov/
 
If you have questions, please contact your assigned inspector or the Pipeline Safety Office at (404) 463-6526.

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