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Free Pipeline Emergencies Training 

Enbridge is proud to offer emergency officials in our areas of operation with free, unlimited access to online pipeline emergency response training.

The training portal is among the many initiatives the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the Association of Oil Pipe Lines (AOPL), together with supporting emergency response organizations, has created to assist first responders to learn the techniques and skills to address a hazardous liquid or natural gas pipeline incident. Using the National Association of State Fire Marshals (NASFM) “Pipeline Emergencies” Program, this best in class online training is provided free-of-charge to all first responders.

Training participants are able to select the training program that best suits their needs, including the following levels:

  • Awareness (Introduction)
  • Operations (Intermediate)
  • Technician (Comprehensive)

Access the training registration page and associated modules

Enbridge recognizes that the online training platforms are only available in English. If you are in an area that Enbridge operates and require emergency responder training in French, please send an email to CdnPublicAwareness@enbridge.com.

Safe Community First Responder Grant Program

The Enbridge Safe Community program considers grants to emergency response organizations that host our operations. Grants of up to $7,500 for safety equipment, professional training, or safety education programs are available to organizations invited to apply, including fire departments, emergency medical and rescue services, emergency management organizations, 9-1-1 centers, ambulance services and law enforcement organizations. Applications for the Safe Community First Responder Program are by invitation only. To inquire about a program invitation, email fuelingfutures@enbridge.com.

Shoulder to Shoulder

The “Shoulder to Shoulder: Roles in Pipeline Emergency Response” video series features interviews with pipeline and emergency response experts. The series is an engaging way for emergency responders to learn more about how to safely and effectively respond to a pipeline emergency. The videos cover topics such as how pipelines work, how different products impact response, response leading practices, how to better prepare to respond to pipeline incidents and roles in pipeline response. A wide variety of emergency response disciplines are covered including fire, law enforcement, emergency management, 9-1-1 and emergency medical services.

The project was supported by Enbridge and other pipeline operators and sponsored by the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America, the INGAA Foundation, the American Petroleum Institute and the Association of Oil Pipelines. To learn more, visit http://www.ingaa.org/emergencyresponse and http://www.aopl.org/emergencyresponse or http://www.api.org.

Pipeline Safety Materials

We encourage emergency response organizations to download and share the safety materials with others in their organization.

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