State Damage Prevention Program PHMSA Review in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2021


Meeting Event
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
 
NAPSR Western Region - San Diego, California

 April 24 - 28








NAPSR Southern Region - Clearwater, Florida





August 28 -- September 1
NAPSR Southwestern Region - Tulsa, Oklahoma (tentative)

  


July 17-21


NAPSR Eastern Region - Virginia Beach, Virginia


 


   

  August 14-18



NAPSR Central Region - Michigan

May 15 - 19
 




NAPSR National Meeting - Minneapolis, MN






September 11 - 15    

   

NEWS AND EVENTS

NAPSR Meetings 2023

NAPSR News and Events

​​NAPSR Organizational Changes for 2022-2023 Term


At their 2022 National Meeting in Charleston, West Virginia (hosted by NAPSR Chair Mary Friend, Program Manager of the West Virginia Public Service Commission Pipeline Safety Program) the NAPSR Board of Directors announced the following new officers for the 2022-2023 term. This is effective as of October 1, 2022:

  • National Chair - Jonathan Wolfgram (MN)
  • National Vice Chair - Kevin Speicher (NY)
  • National Secretary - David Chislea (MI)
  • National Treasurer - David Levering (NE)
  • Past Chair - Mary Friend (WV)

ARCHIVES

*See the National Meeting page for National Meeting Registration information. Available in the first quarter of 2023.

National INCIDENT REPORTS

Note: NAPSR Region Meetings are typically reserved for NAPSR members and PHMSA. On occasion, NAPSR may invite outside speaker to present at the meetings on pipeline safety or related topics. The National Meeting is open to any attendee, however both region and national meetings have portions of the meeting in "closed session" to enable discussion of member-only information. Please contact Robert Clarillos, NAPSR Administrative Manager, rclarillos@gmail.com, if you wish further information or if you have an interest in attending or presenting at any meeting.

The states continue to show improvement in their State Damage Prevention Programs.  Keep in mind that most state pipeline safety programs do not have authority to change the underground facility laws. This is the duty of the state legislatures. Improvements continue to be made.

For more information, visit the PHMSA Damage Prevention web site:  https://primis.phmsa.dot.gov/comm/damageprevention.htm and https://www.phmsa.dot.gov/pipeline/excavator-final-rule/determinations-adequacy

National Association of Pipeline Safety Representatives