EDUCATIONAL MEETINGS ON PIPELINE SAFETY*

Tuesday, March 27, 6:30pm-8:30pm

WEST PIKELAND TOWNSHIP BUILDING 1645 ART SCHOOL ROAD CHESTER SPRINGS, PA 19425

CHARLESTOWN TOWNSHIP IN PARTNERSHIP WITH WEST PIKELAND TOWNSHIP INVITES YOU TO THE SECOND OF FOUR EDUCATIONAL MEETINGS ON PIPELINE SAFETY*

 

Safety of People and Pipelines Requires Improved Communication of Communities, Emergency Management and First Responders with Pipeline Operators.

 

WHAT TOOLS ARE AVAILABLE TO ACHIEVE BETTER COMMUNICATION TO PREVENT PIPELINE INCIDENTS AND TO ASSIST EMERGENCY RESPONDERS?

 

JOIN US FOR A DISCUSSION ON THIS TOPIC.

WHEN:    TUESDAY, March 27, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

WHERE:  WEST PIKELAND TOWNSHIP BUILDING

                 1645 ART SCHOOL ROAD

                CHESTER SPRINGS, PA 19425

 

INVITED SPEAKERS:

Karen Gentile, Community Assistance & Technical Services (CATS) Manager for US Department of Transportation, Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)

Paul Metro, Gas Safety Chief, Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission

Kurt Imhof, Regional Representative for Senator Robert P. Casey, Jr.

Time will be allotted for questions from the audience.

 

PLAN TO ATTEND. YOU NEED TO RESERVE YOUR ATTENDANCE IN ADVANCE BY CONTACTING CHARLESTOWN TOWNSHIP by email at: admin1@charlestown,pa.us

 

 

*This program is made possible through a Technical Assistance Grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration to Charlestown Township. Charlestown wishes to thank West Pikeland Township, Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture and the Pennsylvania Land Trust Association for their support of the grant application, and Chester County Association of Township Officials, S.A.V.E., League of Women Voters, and Pipeline Safety Coalition for assisting with public outreach on the program.

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