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This Web page represents a compilation of materials pertaining to Colorado PUC-regulated pipeline systems intended for use by operators of these systems. The materials presented here are not intended to represent a comprehensive list of all links, forms, documents, etc., necessary to operate and maintain a COPUC-jurisdictional pipeline system in full compliance. Questions or comments about these materials or pipeline safety generally may be e-mailed to the COPUC Pipeline Safety Section at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NATIONAL RESPONSE CENTER (NRC) IMMEDIATE REPORTING for PIPELINE INCIDENTS: 800-424-8802
COPUC GPS Telephonic Event/Incident Reporting (Rule 723-4-4911): 303-894-2854
Guidelines for COPUC GPS Telephonic Reporting
PHMSA OPERATOR PORTAL for FILING of ANNUAL REPORTS (F 7100.1-1), MECHANICAL FITTING FAILURE REPORTS (F 7100.1-2), and 30-day INCIDENT REPORTS (F 7100.3):
PHMSA e-mail for submittal of Safety-related Condition (SRC) Report: InformationResourcesManager@dot.gov [NOTE: SRC Questions to 202-366-8075]
COPUC e-mail for submittal of Safety-related Condition (SRC) Report: email@example.com [NOTE: SRC Questions to 303-894-2854]
Colorado Public Utilities Commission Pipeline Safety Regulations - Colorado Code of Regulations 723-4-4900 through 723-4-4999.
U.S. Department of Transportation, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) Regulations - Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Parts 192, 193, 199 and 40.
ALL FEDERAL PIPELINE SAFETY REGULATIONS includes:
Title 49, Part 40 (Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs)