2019 Pipeline Safety Educational Conference
The Minnesota Office of Pipeline Safety is pleased to announce the 2019 Pipeline Safety Educational Conference April 8-11 at Breezy Point Resort in Breezy Point, Minnesota.
Conference details, agenda and registration information can be found on our new Conference Registration site. Note: you will be redirected to an external website. Please register by Monday, April 1.
Download the ConferenceBeat Event App to prepare for the 2019 Pipeline Safety Educational Conference. Resources, attendee directory, notifications will all be at your fingertips!
If you have any questions about the conference, please contact our office at 651-201-7230 or via email at email@example.com
Call Before You Dig, But Beware — Not Every Utility Gets Marked!
The Minnesota Office of Pipeline Safety would like to remind property owners that "private facilities" on your property are not required to be located by utility employees.
Follow this link for an article explaining private facilities and a property owner's responsibilities.
Report a One-Call Excavation Complaint
You can now report a One-Call excavation complaint online by submitting this form electronically.
Drain Tile Excavation Round Table
The Minnesota Office of Pipeline Safety would like to thank everyone who participated in the drain tile excavation round table on May 16, 2013. The level of interest in this topic shows the commitment and common goal we all share for public safety.
Follow this link for the May 16, 2013 meeting survey results and comments.
Follow this link for the May 16, 2013 meeting presentation.
Locating Sewer and Water Service Laterals Reminder
The Minnesota Office of Pipeline Safety is reminding sewer and water facility owners that full compliance with Minnesota Rule 7560.0375 - LOCATING A SERVICE LATERAL - assures public safety and minimizes costly damages.
Click this link for more information on locating sewer and water service laterals.
Committed to Safety Through Education
MNOPS partners with the Gopher State One Call Board, local Utility Coordinating Committees and individual organizations to present over 80 excavation damage prevention educational seminars each year. As a result of the excellent public/private partnership to enhance communications, educate excavators and provide fair and consistent enforcement of the One-Call laws, excavation related damages in Minnesota have declined by more than 70 percent since 1994.
Free Online First Responder Training; Pipeline Emergencies Second Edition
The National Association of State Fire Marshals (NASFM), working with a cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), unveiled an updated and customized second edition of the award-winning Pipeline Emergencies training curriculum.
Click this link for more information on free online first responder training.