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Gas Distribution Integrity Management Program: Meetings

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This is the fourth webinar provided by the State and Federal Distribution Integrity Management Program Implementation Team. This webinar covered: Safety Culture; A new DIMP Inspection Form for Field
Observations and Records Review; Findings from DIMP inspections Conducted to Date; Mechanical Fitting
Failure Reporting Data and Analyses; An Operator's Perspective on Successes and Lessons Learned from Implementing DIMP; Plastic Pipe Ad Hoc Committee (NAPSR and PHMSA Team) Activities and PPDC update;
and a question and answer session.

This webinar was provided by the State and Federal Distribution Integrity Management Program Implementation Team. It was the first opportunity for the regulators to share their findings broadly with the regulated community. The webinar included a discussion of analyses of the initial submissions of data concerning mechanical fitting failures in distribution pipelines and a question and answer session. Members of the public were invited to attend this free webinar.

This is the second of two webinars provided by the State and Federal Distribution Integrity Management Program Implementation Team. This webinar covered: Industry presentations about their experience participating in DIMP pilot inspections, an update on the mechanical fitting failure submissions, some preliminary information about DIMP performance measures and other key metrics, additional information about risk evaluations and farm taps; and a question and answer session.

Members of the State and Federal Distribution Integrity Management Program Implementation Team conducted a series of pilot inspections of gas distribution operators' distribution integrity management programs. This was the first of two webinars provided by the Team and covered: the Team's findings and general observations from the pilot inspections; regulators' expectations of operators in implementing their plan; the DIMP inspection forms; and a question and answer session.

Updated: Thursday, October 4, 2018