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  1. OQ Integrity Process (OQIP) Establishing High Credibility & Validity in a Universal Approach to PHMSA’s Operator Qualification Expectations As developed and created by the Industry’s OQ Integrity Coalition

  2. OQIP COALITION mEMBERS

  3. OQIP COALITION MEMBERS Rob Darden Executive Vice President Distribution Contractors Association Brad Heck Director of Corporate Compliance Miller Pipeline Jaeson Osborn Group Vice President, Primoris Utilities & Distribution Mike HickeyExecutive Vice PresidentThe Hallen Construction Company Ben NelsonVice President of Western OperationsMichels Corporation Kevin ParkerVice President, Safety, Training & EnvironmentalMears Group, Inc. Christina SamesVice President, O & E American Gas Association Kofi Woodley Engineering Services Manager American Gas Association Mary Palkovich Vice President, Gas Advocacy Consumers Energy John EriksonVice President of OperationsAmerican Public Gas Association Erin Kurilla Director of Operations & Safety American Public Gas Association Paul ArmstrongOperations ServicesNortheast Gas Association Richard StumpVice President Member RelationsMidwest Energy Association Stephanie Balmer President Industrial Training Services Geoff Isbell President ENERGY, worldnet, Inc. Jim Webb. Vice President eWebOQ

  4. OQIP COALITION MEMBERS Andrea Martinez Compliance Project ManagerNew Mexico Gas Angela Serrano de RiveraDirector of Engineering & Technical Services New Mexico Gas Troy NutterManager, Operations TrainingPuget Sound Energy (Western Energy Institute – WEI) Phil Lenn Director of Technical Services SEMCO Energy Gas Company Andrea Chamblin Manager of Operator Qualification and Training Kinder Morgan Mike BurkhartPrincipalThe Burkhart Group Chair; ASME B31Q Committee Warren MillerPrincipalWarren Miller Enterprises Eben Wyman Principal Wyman Associates Sean Mayo Director, Pipeline Safety Washington UTC/NAPSR Jason Montoya Bureau Chief, Pipeline Safety Bureau New Mexico PRC/NAPSR Dave Chislea Manager, Gas Operations Section Michigan PSC/NAPSR

  5. STAKEHOLDERS

  6. OPERATOR/REGULATOR DRIVEN EXPECTATIONS • KSA & Process Consistency • Regulatory Compliance • Exceeds Minimum • Focus on Core Competencies • Operators Control O&M Specifics • Program Effectiveness • Verifiable via Audits & Records • Benefits Workforce Development

  7. PEOPLE ELEMENTS • Trainers | Proctors | Evaluators | Auditors • Selection Criteria & Credentialing: • Education • Training • Experience • Qualifications & Certifications • Quality Validation & Re-authorization • Internal & External/Independent

  8. PROCESS ELEMENTS • ASME B31Q Standard & Covered Task List • Detailed Core Competency Development • Program Focus on universal truths • Training Curriculum Consistency • Testing Methodology, Integrity & Security • Skill & Ability - Observe/Verify Performance • Management of Change Controls

  9. PROGRAM VALIDATION ELEMENTS • Program Compliance Validation: • Internal Self-Audit & Program Effectiveness Reviews • External / IndependentAudits • Recordkeeping/Documentation

  10. www.OQIP.org • www.OQIntegrity.org

  11. SUMMARY • A standardized, credible, and valid process of deploying Integrity in OQ for our industry will increase OQ compliance and transferability, and also create Synergy and Win-Win scenarios for: • Improved Pipeline safety • Enhanced regulatory confidence • Facilitating compliance with OQ programs • Continuous Improvement & Program Effectiveness • Increased Accountability & Transparency • Risk reduction of incorrect operations • Workforce development & utilization

  12. Q & A Thank you