Title 49 Part 192
Module 1

  • Author: Technical Toolboxes
  • Level: Beginner 
  • Study time: 30 minutes
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What are the key components of subparts A, B, and C in Title 49 Part 192 for gas pipeline safety standards? Why is compliance with Title 49 Part 192 important for gas pipeline transportation? How does Title 49 Part 192 impact the safety and integrity of natural gas pipelines?

*This is Module 1 of a 6-part course series.

This self-paced course guides learners through the critical aspects of Title 49 Part 192 Federal Safety Standards for the Transportation of Natural and Other Gas by Pipeline.

By the end of Module 1, participants will gain a thorough understanding of the purpose and scope of these federal safety standards. They will be able to identify and explain the key components of subparts A (General), B (Materials), and C (Pipe Design) within Part 192. Additionally, learners will recognize the importance of compliance with these federal standards in maintaining the safety and integrity of gas pipeline transportation. This course equips professionals with the knowledge to ensure regulatory adherence and uphold the highest safety standards in their pipeline operations.

*This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended for any other application.
Every associated requirement and consideration is NOT contained or explained in detail in this training.
Each participant is recommended to directly review applicable regulations, industry, & company procedures. Individuals are recommended to work under the supervisions of competent and qualified individuals.
  • Video time: 30 minutes
  • Exams: 1

Tim Arnold, P.E.-Golden Woods

Pipeline safety compliance subject matter expert
Tim has provided compliance and engineering support to major oil and natural gas pipeline operators across the United States. He has been responsible for ensuring all aspects of PMHSA compliance.

 He has overseen PHMSA inspections of design, construction, operations and maintenance, cathodic protection, integrity management, control room management, and operator qualification as a former Pipeline Safety Compliance Engineer at a major natural gas and hazardous liquid pipeline operator.

He presently provides specific “mega-rule” consulting support to operators including third party audits, as well as recommendations for program improvements and oversight.

Luke Jain, PhD-Golden Woods

Corrosion, and integrity subject matter expert
ABOUT Dr. Jain
Dr. Jain has provided pipeline integrity training and technical support to dozens of major operators in nine different countries including major transmission and distribution pipeline operators across the United States.

His areas of expertise include cathodic protection, AC interference, hydrogen service, inline inspection, direct assessment, risk-based inspection, NDT, materials selection, corrosion assessment, fitness-for-service assessment, welding, protective paints and coatings, pressure equipment mechanical repair, and materials failure analysis.