49 CFR § 192.615 - Emergency plans.
(1) Receiving, identifying, and classifying notices of events which require immediate response by the operator.
(2) Establishing and maintaining adequate means of communication with appropriate fire, police, and other public officials.
(3) Prompt and effective response to a notice of each type of emergency, including the following:
(i) Gas detected inside or near a building.
(ii) Fire located near or directly involving a pipeline facility.
(iii) Explosion occurring near or directly involving a pipeline facility.
(iv) Natural disaster.
(4) The availability of personnel, equipment, tools, and materials, as needed at the scene of an emergency.
(5) Actions directed toward protecting people first and then property.
(7) Making safe any actual or potential hazard to life or property.
(9) Safely restoring any service outage.
(10) Beginning action under § 192.617, if applicable, as soon after the end of the emergency as possible.
(b) Each operator shall:
(1) Furnish its supervisors who are responsible for emergency action a copy of that portion of the latest edition of the emergency procedures established under paragraph (a) of this section as necessary for compliance with those procedures.
(2) Train the appropriate operating personnel to assure that they are knowledgeable of the emergency procedures and verify that the training is effective.
(3) Review employee activities to determine whether the procedures were effectively followed in each emergency.
(c) Each operator shall establish and maintain liaison with appropriate fire, police, and other public officials to:
(4) Plan how the operator and officials can engage in mutual assistance to minimize hazards to life or property.