Pipeline

195 Liquid Pipeline

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Use to qualify personnel for Operator Qualification requirements under CFR part 195. For liquid and petroleum operations personnel and contractors working on natural transmission and gas gathering systems.

  • 52 training courses and assessments
  • 48 performance evaluation forms

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Courses

  • 195 (CT60) Abnormal Operating Conditions

    Course Description

    This course provides basic information on how to recognize and react to Abnormal Operating Conditions (AOCs) both on the job and during the evaluation process.

    Objectives

    • Define and understand an abnormal operating condition.
    • Recognize and respond to the malfunction or failure of pipeline components.
    • Recognize and respond to physical damage to the pipeline system.
    • Recognize and respond to the unexpected activation of a safety device.
    • Recognize and respond to abnormal facility conditions.
    • Prevention of accidental ignition.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1363
    KNT – MEA1242
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  • 195-0000 (CT61) Documentation & Reporting

    Course Description

    The course provides information on the procedures and methods of documenting, reporting, and OQ recordkeeping for DOT pipelines.

    Objectives

    • Identify and maintain required documentation.
    • Identify safety related conditions that require reporting.
    • Identify Operator Qualifications (OQ) record keeping requirements.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1363
    KNT – MEA1242
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  • 195-0403 (CT09) Corrosion Monitoring – Internal

    Course Description

    This course provides information on locating and accurately collecting data from corrosion probes, coupons, and samples to monitor corrosion conditions in a pipeline.

    Objectives

    • Safely extract or insert corrosion coupons.
    • Safely extract and insert corrosion probes.
    • Properly collect composite or spot samples for analysis of corrosive properties.
    • Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1358
    KNT – MEA1243
    PEF – MEA1194
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  • 195-0404 (CT06) Prevention of Atmospheric Corrosion

    Course Description

    This course provides information on prevention of atmospheric corrosion as it relates to a DOT pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Understand the function of preventing atmospheric corrosion.
    • Perform an inspection of coatings.
    • Perform surface preparation.
    • Perform an application of coatings.
    • Recognize and properly react to abnormal operating conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1359
    KNT – MEA1244
    PEF – MEA1195
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  • 195-0405 (CT07) Measure Wall Thickness of Pipe

    Course Description

    This course provides information on measuring the wall thickness of a pipe using various methods.

    Objectives

    • Understand the requirements for measuring the wall thickness of pipe.
    • Use a pit depth gauge.
    • Use an ultrasonic thickness meter (UST).
    • Collect RSTRENG data.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when measuring wall thickness.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1360
    KNT – MEA1245
    PEF – MEA1196
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  • 195-0406 (CT13) Inspect Internal Pipe Surfaces

    Course Description

    This course provides information on internal inspections of pipe surfaces for evidence of corrosion.

    Objectives

    • Recognize different types of internal corrosion and their mechanisms.
    • Possess a working knowledge of tools used for internal corrosion evaluation.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting internal pipe surfaces.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1361
    KNT – MEA1246
    PEF – MEA1197
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  • 195-0407 (CT14) Application & Repair of External Coatings

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the application and repair of external coating as it relates to a DOT pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Identify and describe the different types of external coatings and how they are applied.
    • Identify and describe the actions that must be taken in order to apply and repair external coatings.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when applying and repairing external coatings.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1362
    KNT – MEA1247
    PEF – MEA1198
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  • 195-0501 (CT04) Cathodic Protection: Rectifier Maintenance and Repair

    Course Description

    This course provides information on cathodic protection rectifier maintenance and repair as they relate to a DOT pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Troubleshoot and repair rectifiers.
    • Adjust a rectifier.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when troubleshooting and repairing rectifiers.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1364
    KNT – MEA1248
    PEF – MEA1199
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  • 195-0503 (CT02) Cathodic Protection Systems

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods involved in assessing and maintaining test leads as they relate to a DOT pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Define and understand the function of a test lead and the equipment used to maintain it.
    • Correctly inspect and verify test lead continuity.
    • Repair or replace damaged test leads.
    • Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1365
    KNT – MEA1249
    PEF – MEA1200
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  • 195-0505 (CT03) Cathodic Protection Systems: Inspect Rectifier

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods involved in inspecting cathodic protection rectifiers as they relate to a DOT pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Obtain voltage and current output readings from rectifier and check for proper rectifier operations.
    • Perform cathodic protection rectifiers on/off test.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting cathodic protection rectifiers.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1366
    KNT – MEA1250
    PEF – MEA1201
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  • 195-0514 (CT01) Conducting Annual Cathodic Protection Surveys

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods involved with conducting annual cathodic protection surveys as they relate to a DOT pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Define and understand the function of conducting annual cathodic protection surveys.
    • Determine the measurement of structure-to-electrolyte potential.
    • Perform close interval survey.
    • Perform testing to detect interference.
    • Ensure electrical isolation from foreign structures.
    • Perform an inspection and electrical test of bonds.
    • Complete a visual atmospheric inspection.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when conducting annual cathodic protection surveys.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1367
    KNT – MEA1251
    PEF – MEA1202
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  • 195-0515 (CT08) Conducting Cathodic Protection Remediation

    Course Description

    This course provides information on cathodic protection remediation as it relates to a DOT pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Install electrical bonds.
    • Install galvanic and impressed current anodes.
    • Perform transformer/rectifier installations.
    • Perform test station installations.
    • Perform thermite welding procedures.
    • Locate, monitor, and clear shorted casings.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when conducting cathodic protection remediation.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1369
    KNT – MEA1253
    PEF – MEA1204
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  • 195-0516 (CT05) Electrically Inspect Bare Pipe

    Course Description

    This course provides information on electrical inspection of bare pipe without cathodic protection as it relates to a DOT pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Understand the definitions and functions of electrical inspection of bare pipe.
    • Conduct soil resistivity measurements.
    • Perform Pipe-to-Soil Potential Surveys.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when electrically inspecting bare pipe.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1368
    KNT – MEA1252
    PEF – MEA1203
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  • 195-0721 (CT0721) Joining of Pipe: Threaded Joints

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of joining of pipe with threaded joints.

    Objectives

    • Properly connect and tighten threaded joints.
    • Recognize and properly react to abnormal operating conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA11998
    KNT – MEA11859
    PEF – MEA11984
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  • 195-0801 (CT19) Provide Temporary Marking of Buried Pipeline Prior to Excavation

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods performed to provide the temporary marking of buried pipelines prior to excavation activity.

    Objectives

    • Define and understand the function of providing temporary marking of buried pipeline prior to excavation and the equipment used to mark it.
    • Locate a pipeline.
    • Install appropriate temporary markers identifying the line.
    • Inspect and maintain temporary line markers.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1370
    KNT – MEA1254
    PEF – MEA1205
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  • 195-0804 (CT20) Inspection Following Excavation Activities And Leak Survey After Blasting

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods for inspecting a pipeline following excavation activities and performing leak surveys after blasting.

    Objectives

    • Define and demonstrate knowledge of inspection procedures performed following excavation activities and leak survey performed after blasting.
    • Utilize leak survey techniques.
    • Monitor for pressure loss.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions for inspection following excavation activities and leak survey after blasting.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1371
    KNT – MEA1255
    PEF – MEA1206
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  • 195-0805 (CT30) Inspecting Existing Pipe Following Movement

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of inspecting existing pipe following a movement.

    Objectives

    • Define and demonstrate working knowledge of inspecting an existing pipe following movement.
    • Inspect the pipeline for secondary stresses, physical damage, corrosion, and coating damage.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting existing pipe following movement.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1372
    KNT – MEA1256
    PEF – MEA1207
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  • 195-0806 (CT34) Inspection Activities for Tie-ins, Pipeline Replacements, or Other Components Connecting to an Existing Pipeline

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of inspecting activities for tie-ins, pipeline replacements, or other components connecting to an existing pipeline.

    Objectives

    • Define and demonstrate working knowledge of inspection activities for tie-ins, pipe replacements, or other components connecting to an existing pipeline.
    • Visually inspect pipe and pipe components.
    • Verify welder qualifications.
    • Ensure proper installation.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting tie-ins, pipeline replacements, or other components connecting to an existing pipeline.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1373
    KNT – MEA1257
    PEF – MEA1208
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  • 195-0808 (CT10) Inspect Buried Pipe When Exposed

    Course Description

    This course provides information on practices performed when inspecting buried pipe as it relates to a DOT pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Inspect for physical damage.
    • Inspect the condition of the pipe coating.
    • Inspect for corrosion.
    • Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions for inspecting and examining buried pipe when exposed.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1374
    KNT – MEA1258
    PEF – MEA1209
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  • 195-0809 (CT11) Inspect, Test and Calibrate Overfill Protective Devices

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the practices performed to prevent overfilling of break out tanks.

    Objectives

    • Define overfill protective devices and their purpose.
    • Inspect and calibrate overfill protective devices.
    • Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions for inspecting and calibrating overfill protective devices.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1375
    KNT – MEA1259
    PEF – MEA1210
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  • 195-0810 (CT18) Inspection of Breakout Tanks

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods performed during the inspection of breakout tanks.

    Objectives

    • Define and demonstrate a working knowledge of regulatory compliance and inspection requirements for breakout tanks.
    • Inspect breakout tanks in accordance with API Standard 653.
    • Inspect breakout tanks in accordance with API Standard 510.
    • Inspect other breakout tanks.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting breakout tanks.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1376
    KNT – MEA1260
    PEF – MEA1211
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  • 195-1204 (CT16) Inspect Surface Conditions of Right of Way, Perform Leak Surveys for Liquid Pipelines

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of inspecting surface conditions of right-of-way and performing leak surveys for liquid pipelines.

    Objectives

    • Inspect surface conditions of right-of-way.
    • Follow the company’s reporting protocols.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting surface conditions of right-of-way and performing leak surveys.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1377
    KNT – MEA1261
    PEF – MEA1212
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  • 195-1205 (CT17) Inspect Navigable Waterway Crossings

    Course Description

    This course provides information on procedures and methods involved with inspecting navigable waterway crossings.

    Objectives

    • Define and demonstrate working knowledge of inspecting navigable waterway crossings.
    • Use probes, sonar, and other methods to verify the location of a pipeline and determine depth of cover.
    • Recognize and properly react to abnormal conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1378
    KNT – MEA1262
    PEF – MEA1213
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  • 195-1206 (CT45) Perform Leakage Survey

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of performing a leakage survey.

    Objectives

    • Define and demonstrate a working knowledge of leakage surveys and the equipment used to perform them.
    • Perform visual surveys.
    • Perform a pipeline leakage survey using a combustible gas detector.
    • Perform a pipeline leakage survey using a flame ionization detector.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when performing leakage surveys.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1379
    KNT – MEA1263
    PEF – MEA1214
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  • 195-1301 (CT37) Conduct Pressure Test

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of conducting a pressure test to prove the integrity of the pipeline.

    Objectives

    • Define and understand the function of a pressure test and the equipment used to perform it.
    • Conduct a pressure test and record the results.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when conducting a pressure test.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1380
    KNT – MEA1264
    PEF – MEA1215
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  • 195-1401 (CT32) Abandoning, Safe Disconnect, Purging & Sealing Pipeline Facilities

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods used when abandoning, safely disconnecting, purging, and sealing pipeline facilities.

    Objectives

    • Define and understand the function of, and requirements for, permanently or temporarily decommissioning or removing a pipeline facility from service.
    • Safely disconnect pipeline facilities.
    • Purge pipeline facilities.
    • Seal a disconnected portion of pipeline.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when abandoning, safely disconnecting, purging, and sealing of pipeline facilities.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1381
    KNT – MEA1265
    PEF – MEA1216
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  • 195-1402BF (CT35) Backfilling a Trench Following Maintenance

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of backfilling a trench following maintenance.

    Objectives

    • Define and demonstrate working knowledge about the function of backfilling a trench following pipeline maintenance.
    • Perform backfilling operations on the pipeline following maintenance.
    • Determine if a tamping tool and backhoe are used properly.
    • Determine the amount of cover required according to 49 CFR 195.248.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when backfilling a trench following maintenance.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1382
    KNT – MEA1266
    PEF – MEA1217
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  • 195-1402MP (CT29) Moving In-Service Pipe

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods involved with moving in-service pipe. This course is for field supervisory personnel who will be coordinating and managing the pipeline movement process.

    Objectives

    • Determine the allowable line pressure in a section of pipe to be moved.
    • Prepare for pipeline movement activities.
    • Move in-service pipe.
    • Recognize and respond to abnormal operating conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1383
    KNT – MEA1267
    PEF – MEA1218
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  • 195-1405CG (CT31) Measure Clearance from Existing Pipe to Underground Structures Installed by Excavation, Boring, Directional Drilling

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of measuring clearances from existing pipe to new underground structures installed by excavation, boring, and directional drilling.

    Objectives

    • Define and demonstrate working knowledge of inspecting clearances between existing pipes and underground structures as well as equipment used to perform the inspection.
    • Assure minimum clearances are maintained and that interference and corrosion control testing are performed during the installation of foreign pipelines or structures.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1384
    KNT – MEA1268
    PEF – MEA1219
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  • 195-1413 (CT15) Place and Maintain Line Markers

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of properly marking a pipeline.

    Objectives

    • Define and understand the placing and maintaining of line markers.
    • Locate a pipeline.
    • Install a line marker.
    • Inspect and maintain line markers and aerial line markers.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1385
    KNT – MEA1269
    PEF – MEA1220
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  • 195-1414LR (CT41) Operate Pressure Relieving Devices for Launching and Receiving Facilities

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of operating pressure relieving devices for launching and receiving facilities.

    Objectives

    • Identify the names and operation of the valves used on a launching facility.
    • Explain the sequence of events needed to isolate, relieve pressure, and drain fluids from the launcher barrel.
    • Understand the procedures involved with launching a pig.
    • Identify the names and operations of the valves used on a receiving facility.
    • Understand the procedures involved with receiving a pig.
    • Explain the sequence of events needed to isolate, relieve pressure, and drain fluids from the receiver barrel.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions during launching and receiving activities.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1387
    KNT – MEA1265
    PEF – MEA1222
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  • 195-1414PS (CT39.2) Operations of a Pipeline System

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of operating a pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Identify the activities associated with the safe start-up of a pipeline.
    • Identify the steps necessary for the safe shutdown of a pipeline.
    • Monitor and maintain pressures, flows, communications, and line integrity.
    • Operate valves using manual or remote methods.
    • Recognize abnormal operating conditions for the task and identify proper responses.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1388
    KNT – MEA1272
    PEF – MEA1223
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  • 195-1418PG (CT48) Purge a Pipeline

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods used to purge a pipeline.

    Objectives

    • Define and understand how to safely purge hydrocarbons or air from a pipeline.
    • Remove hydrocarbons from a pipeline.
    • Remove air from the pipeline.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when purging a pipeline.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1389
    KNT – MEA1273
    PEF – MEA1224
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  • 195-1422 (CT12) Internal Corrosion Remediation

    Course Description

    This course provides information on internal corrosion remediation as it relates to a DOT pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Adjust inhibitor injection rates to achieve an acceptable industry and company standard to prevent internal corrosion.
    • Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions for internal corrosion remediation.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1390
    KNT – MEA1274
    PEF – MEA1225
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  • 195-1424 (CT33) Installationor Replacement/Repair of Support Structures On Existing or New Aboveground Components

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of installing, replacing or repairing support structures on existing or new aboveground components.

    Objectives

    • Define and demonstrate working knowledge of replacement or repair of support structures on existing or new aboveground components and how to perform it.
    • Explain activities required to install additional or revised support structure elements to existing aboveground structures.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when installing, replacing, or repairing support structures on existing or new aboveground components.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1391
    KNT – MEA1275
    PEF – MEA1226
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  • 195-1427VI (CT22) Valve Inspection

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods involved with inspecting all in-service valves (excluding relief valves) physically connected to a DOT pipeline system. Examples of valves that are considered to be part of this task include the following: pump suction, pump discharge, manifold valves, pressure control valves, block valves, check valves, and tank valves.

    Objectives

    • Inspect valves.
    • Conduct a routine walk around inspection.
    • Conduct an external integrity inspection of the valve.
    • Perform a function test of the valve.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting tank valves.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1392
    KNT – MEA1276
    PEF – MEA1227
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  • 195-1427VM (CT42) Valve Maintenance

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of performing maintenance on all valves (except relief valves).

    Objectives

    • Identify components and maintenance of valves.
    • Perform valve maintenance.
    • Perform actuator/operator maintenance.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1393
    KNT – MEA1277
    PEF – MEA1228
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  • 195-1427VR (CT23) Valve Repair

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods involved with repairing valves (excluding relief valves).

    Objectives

    • Understand valve types and components.
    • Repair valves.
    • Repair actuators/operators.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when repairing valves.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1394
    KNT – MEA1278
    PEF – MEA1229
    0.1
  • 195-1443 (CT43) Perform Flange Bolting Procedures

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods involved in performing flange bolting procedures as they relate to a DOT pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Identify hazards associated with flange bolting procedures.
    • Perform general flange assembly procedures.
    • Perform general flange disassembly procedures.
    • Identify and respond to abnormal operating conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA11999
    KNT – MEA11860
    PEF – MEA11985
    0.1
  • 195-1444 (CT44) Tubing and Tube Fitting, Handling and Installation

    Course Description

    This course identifies practices that are necessary for handling and installing metal tubing. Elements of this task include understanding the design of tubing systems, handling tubing products, and installing tubing and tubing components.

    Objectives

    • Demonstrate knowledge of instrumentation tubing, tube fittings and tubing components.
    • Demonstrate the correct methods for handling tubing, tube fittings, and tubing components.
    • Design or verify a correct layout of a tubing system.
    • Correctly cut and de-burr metal tubing.
    • Perform a correct 90 degree bend of metal tubing.
    • Perform installation of small diameter compression tube fittings.
    • Recognize and properly react to abnormal operating conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA12000
    KNT – MEA11861
    PEF – MEA11986
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  • 195-1465 (CT65) Damage Prevention During Excavation of In-Service Pipe

    Course Description

    This course provides information on damage prevention during excavation of in-service pipe.

    Objectives

    • Prepare for excavation activities.
    • Perform inspection activities during excavation.
    • Inspection activities following excavation.
    • Abnormal operating conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA12002
    KNT – MEA11992
    PEF – MEA11993
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  • 195-1506 (CT52) Operate Odorant Equipment

    Course Description

    This course provides information on procedures and methods involved with operating odorant equipment.

    Objectives

    • Understand the characteristics of odorants and the requirements for odorants in natural gas pipelines.
    • Determine odorization injection rates and test for odorant levels.
    • Recognize the different types of odorant injection equipment.
    • Operate and maintain an odorant injection system.
    • Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions for operating odorant equipment.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1395
    KNT – MEA1279
    PEF – MEA1230
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  • 195-1804 (CT24) Inspect, Test, and Calibrate Relief Valves

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of inspecting, testing and calibrating relief valves.

    Objectives

    • Recognize the purpose and function of relief valves.
    • Understand the terminology associated with inspecting, testing, and calibrating relief valves.
    • Identify the procedures for the inspection, testing, and calibration of relief valves.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting, testing, and calibrating relief valves.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1396
    KNT – MEA1280
    PEF – MEA1231
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  • 195-1805 (CT25) Maintain/Repair Relief Valves

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods used to maintaining and repairing pressure relief valves.

    Objectives

    • Identify critical parts associated with a relief valve.
    • Disassemble, clean, inspect, repair, and replace internal components of a relief valve.
    • Repair and calibrate the sensing device and reassemble and reinstall the valve.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when maintaining and repairing relief valves.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1397
    KNT – MEA1281
    PEF – MEA1232
    0.1
  • 195-1806 (CT26) Inspect, Test and Calibrate Pressure Limiting Devices

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods used for inspecting, testing and calibrating pressure limiting devices.

    Objectives

    • Recognize and locate pressure limiting devices.
    • Identify procedures for isolation or removal of a pressure limiting device.
    • Inspect, test, and calibrate pressure limiting devices.
    • Repair and reinstall pressure limiting devices.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1398
    KNT – MEA1282
    PEF – MEA1233
    0.1
  • 195-1807 (CT27) Inspect, Test and Calibrate Pressure Switches and Transmitters

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods for inspecting, testing, and calibrating pressure switches and transmitters.

    Objectives

    • Identify types of testing methods and when they are used.
    • Inspect, test, and calibrate pressure switches and transmitters.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when inspecting, testing, and calibrating pressure switches and transmitters.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1399
    KNT – MEA1283
    PEF – MEA1234
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  • 195-1808 (CT28) Verify or Set Protection Parameters for Programmable Controllers and/or other Instrumentation Control Loops

    Course Description

    This course provides information on procedures and methods involved with verifying or setting protection parameters for programmable controllers and/or instrumentation control loops as they relate to a DOT pipeline system.

    Objectives

    • Understand the functions of a PLC and elements that are involved.
    • Know how to verify data set points, parameters, and data location within PLC program.
    • Perform calibration, testing, and documentation of system set points.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when verifying or setting protection for programmable controllers and/or other instrumentation control loops.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1400
    KNT – MEA1284
    PEF – MEA1235
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  • 195-1819 (CT50) Testing an Emergency Shutdown Device

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods involved with testing an emergency shutdown device, including remote control shutdown devices.

    Objectives

    • Define and understand the function of testing emergency shutdown systems.
    • Test emergency shutdown systems.
    • Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions for testing an emergency shutdown system.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1401
    KNT – MEA1285
    PEF – MEA1236
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  • 195-2301 (CT51) Perform Incremental Pressure Increases to Uprate MAOP

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of performing incremental pressure increases to uprate maximum allowable operating pressure on an existing line segment.

    Objectives

    • Identify and demonstrate a working knowledge of performing incremental pressure increases to uprate maximum allowable operating pressure.
    • Perform incremental pressure increases.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when performing incremental pressure increases in order to uprate MAOP.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1402
    KNT – MEA1286
    PEF – MEA1237
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  • 195-2401 (CT38) Maintenance Welding on Pipelines

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of maintenance welding on pipelines.

    Objectives

    • Supervise, inspect and/or perform maintenance welding on pipelines.
    • Repair arc burns.
    • Repair defective welds other than welds containing cracks.
    • Repair a cover pass on a weld containing a defect other than a crack.
    • Repair butt welds containing cracks.
    • Repair previously repaired areas.
    • Replace welds or cylinders of pipe.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when performing maintenance welding on pipelines.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1403
    KNT – MEA1287
    PEF – MEA1238
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  • 195-2705 (CT40) Computational Pipeline Monitoring (CPM) Leak Detection

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods of performing leak detection with Computational Pipeline Monitoring (CPM).

    Objectives

    • Understand functions of CPM equipment.
    • Test, calibrate, repair, replace, and maintain CPM equipment.
    • Verify that the leak detection system meets design specifications.
    • Explain how to recognize and react to abnormal conditions to perform CPM leak detection techniques that assist in maintaining the integrity of a pipeline system.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1404
    KNT – MEA1288
    PEF – MEA1239
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  • 195-3001 (CT21) Provide Security for Pipeline Facilities

    Course Description

    This course provides information on the procedures and methods involved with providing protection to pipeline facilities.

    Objectives

    • Provide protection to the pipeline facilities.
    • Recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions when providing security for pipeline facilities.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA1405
    KNT – MEA1289
    PEF – MEA1240
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  • 195-3620 (CT36.2) Install Welded Tight Fitting Sleeves

    Course Description

    This course provides information on installing tight fitting sleeves.

    Objectives

    • Ensure that sleeve size and length are appropriate for location.
    • Ensure that sleeve rating meets standards necessary for proper operation of the pipeline.
    • Place sleeve in proper location to adequately cover repair area.
    • Ensure that area between sleeve and pipeline is free from debris.
    • Weld sleeve in place according to manufacturer and company procedures.
    • Identify and respond to abnormal operating conditions.
    • Document findings according to company procedures.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA12350
    KNT – MEA12351
    PEF – MEA12352
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  • 195-3630 (CT36.3) Perform Over-sleeve Repair

    Course Description

    This course provides information on installing over-sleeves.

    Objectives

    • Ensure that collar and sleeve sizes are appropriate for location.
    • Ensure that collar and sleeve ratings meet standards necessary for proper operation of the pipeline.
    • Place and properly support collars in order to adequately surround defect.
    • Ensure that area between collar and pipeline is free from debris.
    • Weld collars onto the pipeline according to manufacturer and company procedures.
    • Place over-sleeves onto collar and support properly.
    • Ensure that area between sleeve and collar and sleeve and pipeline is free from debris.
    • Weld over-sleeves onto collars according to manufacturer and company procedures.
    • Identify and respond to abnormal operating conditions.
    • Document findings according to company procedures.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA12354
    KNT – MEA12353
    PEF – MEA12355
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  • 195-3640 (CT36.4) Perform Composite Wrap Sleeve Repair

    Course Description

    This course provides information on installing composite wrap sleeves.

    Objectives

    • Ensure that wrap size and length are appropriate for location.
    • Ensure that wrap rating meets necessary standards.
    • Properly prepare surface of pipeline according to manufacturer and company specifications.
    • Install adhesive material to pipeline.
    • Install wrap onto pipeline according to manufacturer and company specifications.
    • Identify and respond to abnormal operating conditions.
    • Document findings according to company procedures.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA12357
    KNT – MEA12356
    PEF – MEA12358
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  • 195-3650 (CT36.5) Install Mechanical Split Sleeve Repair

    Course Description

    This course provides information on installing mechanical split repair sleeves.

    Objectives

    • Ensure that sleeve size is appropriate for location.
    • Ensure that sleeve rating meets standards necessary for proper operation of the pipeline.
    • Install sleeve according to manufacturer and company specifications.
    • Identify and respond to abnormal operating conditions.
    • Document findings according to company procedures.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA12359
    KNT – MEA12360
    PEF – MEA12361
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  • 195-3660 (CT36.6) Install Mechanical Coupling

    Course Description

    This course provides information on installing mechanical couplings.

    Objectives

    • Ensure that sleeve size is appropriate for location.
    • Ensure that sleeve rating meets standards necessary for proper operation of the pipeline.
    • Install coupling according to manufacturer and company specifications.
    • Identify and respond to abnormal operating conditions.
    • Document findings according to company procedures.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA12362
    KNT – MEA12363
    PEF – MEA12364
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  • 195-3670 (CT36.7) Perform Hot Tapping

    Course Description

    This course provides information on implementing hot tapping procedures.

    Objectives

    • Verify that components of hot tap, including fittings are rated for the correct pressure to ensure proper operation of pipeline.
    • Ultrasonic thickness testing.
    • Installation of components, including tapping fitting and flange onto pipeline.
    • Install valve onto flange and mount hot tap assembly.
    • Operate hot tap equipment according to manufacturer and company procedures.
    • Close valve and perform lockout/tagout procedures to isolate hot tap assembly.
    • Depressurize hot tap assembly according to manufacturer and company procedures.
    • Document according to company procedures.
    • Identify and respond to abnormal operating conditions.
    • Document findings according to company procedures.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA12365
    KNT – MEA12366
    PEF – MEA12367
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  • 195-3680 (CT36.8) Install Pipeline Plugs

    Course Description

    This course provides information on installing pipeline plugs.

    Objectives

    • Install components, such as tapping fittings and valves.
    • Perform hot taps and make bypass connections.
    • Assemble plugging machine and install plugs.
    • Identify and respond to abnormal operating conditions.
    • Document findings according to company procedures.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA12368
    KNT – MEA12369
    PEF – MEA12370
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  • 195-3690 (CT36.9) Install Completion Plugs

    Course Description

    This course provides information on installing completion plugs.

    Objectives

    • Attaching the completion plug.
    • Installing the completion plug.
    • Identify and respond to abnormal operating conditions.
    • Document findings according to company procedures.
    MEA Certificate NumbersContinuing Education Unit (CEU)
    TNG – MEA12371
    KNT – MEA12372
    PEF – MEA12373
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