May 17, 2016

Partner In Safety

Local emergency responders play an important role in pipeline safety. You can help ensure the safety of your community and Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC pipeline and terminal operations by knowing the location of pipelines and storage terminals in your community. Look for pipeline markers and search for your jurisdiction’s pipeline maps on the National Pipeline Mapping System.

Key Pipeline Response References

Listed below are several recommended resources that may be helpful in developing internal agency response procedures in the instance of a potential pipeline emergency.

National Pipeline Mapping System

Visit to find pipeline operator names and emergency contact information for your jurisdiction. Request restricted access (called PIMMA access) to download information for internal mapping and emergency response systems.

Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders (WISER)

Visit to access WISERs information on hazardous materials, including advice on substance identification, physical characteristics, health hazards, containment and suppression.

Emergency Response Guidebook

Download the latest edition of the U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Administration ERG, and get response tips and productspecific reference information, at http:// In addition to the printed and PDF versions, you can also download the ERG for mobile devices.

Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC’s Emergency Response Plans

Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC makes all of our emergency response plans available online to emergency and government officials who have requested access for Resources

Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC “Critical Pipeline Safety Information for Emergency Responders” Brochure

This informative brochure includes Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC product-specific information such as chemical properties, flammability, physical hazards, protective measures and first aid guidance.

Pipeline Leak Indicators

Share our guidance on Recognizing a Pipeline Problem to familiarize your call intake personnel on common sight, smell and sound descriptions made by callers observing a pipeline leak.