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Elevate Your Expertise with Group 10 Engineering

Our comprehensive workshops and training programs, led by industry experts,

provide a deep dive into the latest technologies and best practices.

Group 10 instructors have many years of hands-on experience in all facets of pipeline design, fabrication, installation, and inspection. Instructors each have 35-40 years of practical experience including over 20 years of experience teaching courses. Group 10 Engineering is a leader of pipeline and pressure equipment integrity management services and therefore in the perfect position to provide a significant amount of added value in our training. Our training sessions include practical applications, comparisons of jurisdictional requirements, information on best practices, and practical interpretation and application of the various tasks required.

Register for our upcoming training! 


Regulatory & CSA Z662-2023 : Pipeline Systems Code Requirements

 

Regulations and codes have recently changed! This two-day course (1.6 CEUs 16 PDH) will bring you up to date and provide a thorough understanding of the regulatory requirements and the standard CSA Z662 Pipeline Systems. 

 

Dates: May 29th - 30th, 2024 

          &

September 18th – 19th, 2024 

Code requirements for design, fabrication, inspection, and testing in accordance with CSA Z662 for new construction, and post-construction repairs and maintenance work will be presented. CSA, ASTM, and API material standards and welding qualifications will be covered. Management system requirements and primary roles and responsibilities will be covered. An important part of achieving these objectives is to understand the jurisdictional requirements such as the provincial and federal pipeline Acts and regulations. The jurisdictional boundaries between the pressure equipment regulator (e.g. ABSA) and the pipeline systems regulator (e.g. AER, BCER, SER, CER) will be discussed. Practical field examples will be discussed. 

Topics:

  • Recent Changes to Pipeline Systems Codes, Regulations, and Laws   

  • Laws, Regulations, and Jurisdiction Requirements

  • CSA Z662 Pipeline Systems; CSA Z245 Material Standards

  • ASTM and API Materials

  • Installation Inspector Roles and Responsibilities

  • Management System Roles and Responsibilities

  • Regulatory Requirements, Accountability (Bill C-45)

  • Owner Specifications, Drawing Interpretations, Change Management

  • Pipeline Safety

  • Environmental Considerations, Land Ownership and Usage Rights

  • Owner, Designer, Manufacturer, Fabricator, Owners Inspector

  • Introduction to Design Requirements

  • Sour Service Pipelines, Construction and Welding Practices

  • Reinforced Composite, Thermoplastic-lined and Polyethylene Pipelines

  • Crossings, Hydrostatic Testing

  • In-line Inspection

  • Repair Techniques and Repair Welding

  • Operations and Maintenance, Corrosion Control

  • Quality Control and Quality Assurance

  • Significant Construction Code Differences (CSA Z662 versus B31.3) 

  • Laws, Regulations, and Jurisdiction Requirements

  • CSA Z662 Pipeline Systems; CSA Z245 Material Standards

  • ASTM and API Materials

  • Installation Inspector Roles and Responsibilities

  • Management System Roles and Responsibilities

  • Regulatory Requirements, Accountability (Bill C-45)

  • Owner Specifications, Drawing Interpretations, Change Management

  • Pipeline Safety

  • Environmental Considerations, Land Ownership and Usage Rights

  • Owner, Designer, Manufacturer, Fabricator, Owners Inspector

  • Introduction to Design Requirements

  • Sour Service Pipelines, Construction and Welding Practices

  • Reinforced Composite, Thermoplastic-lined and Polyethylene Pipelines

  • Crossings, Hydrostatic Testing

  • In-line Inspection

  • Repair Techniques and Repair Welding

  • Operations and Maintenance, Corrosion Control

  • Quality Control and Quality Assurance

  • Significant Construction Code Differences (CSA Z662 versus B31.3) 


Course presentation materials will be provided to all participants. Attendees may benefit from bringing a copy of the CSA Z662 standard to the course, but it is not mandatory. The instructors will show participants how to obtain a free copy of CSA Z662.

Dates:  May 29th-30th, 2024 and September 18th-19th, 2024
Times: 8:00am-5:00pm
Location: Group 10 Engineering Testing Centre– 4504 8A Street NE. Calgary, Alberta

This is subject to change based on the number of attendees.


Cost: $1,550/Participant CAD plus GST. Lunch will be provided for course attendees.

Registration: Click here.

 

For information or assistance, please contact our training coordinator, Julie Haines, at info@g10e.ca or 403-457-3155.

CANCELLATION POLICY: 

  • Cancellations received in writing 10 or more full business days before the course start date may request a full refund (less a $100 processing fee) or a credit to be applied to a future course (must be used within 1 year).

  • Cancellations received in writing 1 to 10 full business days before course start date will only be eligible to receive a credit for a future course (must be used within 1 year).

  • “No Shows” will forfeit payment. No credits will be issued.

  • Credits are transferable but once they expire there is no refund or extensions.

Custom Training

Group 10 instructors can provide custom training to fit your requirements, either at our location or yours, on the date of your preference. Group 10 instructors are extremely knowledgeable and can cater the training to best suit the learner's needs.

 

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