Natural gas group training exercise #3
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This training reflects industry best practices but does not replace your organization’s SOPs/SOGs. This material can be utilized to provide a perspective as you reflect on emergency operations and can be collaboratively incorporated into your operating procedures as they are updated.
Training officer guidance | Questions and answers
Relevant sections of the National Grid Natural Gas Safety Training Certification Program are listed below the answers where appropriate. Answers without a corresponding reference reflect fire service best practices or are derived from National Grid internal response protocols.
Initial response questions to consider:
After a search of recent incident reports, your dispatcher indicates that this is the third call of this nature in the general area during the previous week. The dispatcher informs you that the other two calls resulted in the detection of an unknown odor that dissipated over time.
Questions as your crew arrives on the incident scene:
National Grid has arrived on the incident scene and together with your crew has deployed combustible gas indicators (CGIs) to monitor the area. These CGIs have not registered any readings and the odor seems to have dissipated.
Questions regarding working with National Grid: