Hazardous Liquid Course Offerings

TOPIC FOCUS AREAS:

CONSTRUCTION

COURSE TITLE COURSE DETAILS COURSE #
Weld on Steel Pipelines
  • Identify electrical and metallurgical concepts of commonly used pipeline welding equipment and procedures
  • Identify welding practices that contribute to quality welds
LD-1
Inspect Welding Processes and Welds on Steel Pipelines
  • Inspect welding practices and processes to ensure compliance with established welding standards
  • Inspect welds to identify visually detectable defects
  • Evaluate test welds
LD-2
Perform Non-Destructive Tests on Steel Welds
  • Perform non-destructive tests on steel welds
LD-3
Make Field Repairs on Liquid Pipelines
  • Identify construction practices basic to repairing liquid piping
LD-4

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PRESSURE TESTING

COURSE TITLE COURSE DETAILS COURSE #
Pressure Testing Hazardous Liquid Pipelines
  • Identify basic principles and practices for pressure testing of steel pipelines for hazardous liquids
LE-1

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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

COURSE TITLE COURSE DETAILS COURSE #
Identify Basic Procedures to Maintain Proper Operation of Breakout Tank Installations
  • Identify basic procedures to maintain proper operation of break tank installations and pumping equipment
LF-1
Locate and Mark Underground Pipeline Facilities
  • Locate and mark underground facilities
LF-2
Verify Excavating and Backfilling Operations that Minimize Excavation Damage to Pipeline Facilities
  • Identify procedures and processes that minimize excavation damage to pipeline facilities. (49 CFR 195, OSHA, 29 CFR Part 1926)
LF-3
Monitor and Regulate the Flow and Pressure of Hazardous Liquids from Remote Locations
  • Identify controller responsibilities for monitoring and regulating pipeline pressures and flows from remote locations
  • Identify ways to minimize the effects of fatigue on controller performance
LF-4
Purge Liquid Pipelines
  • Purge liquid pipelines
LF-5
Inspect, Service, and Operate Manual Line Valves
  • Identify basic procedures for inspecting servicing, and operating manual line valves
LF-6
Abandon and Deactivate Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Facilities
  • Identify procedures basic to abandoning or deactivating hazardous liquid pipeline facilities
LF-7
Patrol Pipeline Right-of-Way Easement
  • Identify procedures basic to patrolling the pipeline right-of-way easement
LF-8
Launch and Receive Pipeline Pigs
  • Identify types of pigs and reasons for pigging a pipeline
  • Identify techniques common to pipeline pigging
  • Identify pigging and dewatering guidelines for newly constructed pipelines
LF-9
Inspect and Test Pressure Regulating and/or Pressure Relief Devices for Proper Operation and Mechanical Condition
  • Inspect and test pressure regulating and/or pressure relief devices for proper operation and mechanical condition
LF-10
 Identify Methods of Investigating and Detecting Hazardous Liquids Pipeline Leaks
  • Identify methods of detecting and investigating hazardous liquid pipeline leaks
LF-11
Identifying Procedures for Moving In-Service Pipelines
  • Identify procedures for moving in-service pipelines
LF-12

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CORROSION CONTROL

COURSE TITLE COURSE DETAILS COURSE #
Perform Pipe-to-Soil Potential Measurements on Buried Pipelines
  • Perform pipe-to-soil potential measurements on buried pipelines
LH-1
Determine Areas of Active Corrosion Using Close Interval Survey Methods
  • Determine areas of active corrosion using close interval survey methods
LH-2
Inspect and Maintain Cathodic Protection Rectifiers for Proper Operation
  • Inspect and maintain rectifiers
LH-3
Install and Test Insulation to Control External Corrosion by Electrical Isolation
  • Insall and test insulation to control external corrosion by electrical isolation
LH-4
Inspect the External Condition of Exposed Buried Metal Piping to Determine if Repair or Replacement is Necessary
  • Inspect the external condition of exposed buried metal piping to determine if repair or replacement is necessary
LH-5
Install Test Leads to Monitor and Control External Corrosion
  • Instal test leads to monitor and control external corrosion
LH-6
Inspect for Evidence of Internal Corrosion
  • Inspect and monitor for evidence of internal corrosion
LH-7
Inspect and Monitor Exposed Piping for Evidence of Atmospheric Corrosion
  • Inspect and monitor exposed piping of evidence of atmospheric corrosion
LH-8
Measure the Extent of Corrosion on Pipeline Facilities
  • Identify methods used to measure internal and external corrosion
LH-9
Inspect the Effects of Interference Current
  • Inspect for the effects of interference current
LH-10
Apply and Repair Pipeline Coatings
  • Apply or repair pipeline coatings
LH-11

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