Paradigm’s number one priority is everyone’s health and safety.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, as of March 16th, 2020, all pipeline safety programs are postponed until further notice.
Thank you for your interest in pipeline safety training. We will send updated information regarding future dates for programs in your area.
Please attend the pipeline safety training to receive your updated pipeline operator information and help keep your community safe. CoRE was designed to organize pre-planning with pipeline operators and local distribution companies. These interactive pipeline safety programs are based on local incident scenarios designed to engage all agencies in a simulated response. The program is delivered in three blocks:
Answering your questions about Paradigm and our pipeline-safety training programs, CoRE, CoRE-EX, and Excavator.
All public officials are welcome to attend and participate in the Coordinated Response Exercise® (CoRE).
Regulations suggest local government and public officials should help protect, recognize, report, and respond to suspected pipeline emergencies.
Paradigm training is free. Meals are also provided for each attendee at no cost. Please RSVP to ensure enough food and seating is available.
A WebCode is used to simplify the registration and survey processes, however, a WebCode is not mandatory to attend. You may use your email address and other information to complete your registration.
Representatives from your local pipeline and gas distribution companies are there to interact with attendees to ensure positive relationships, effective communication, and awareness of how to safely respond to a pipeline incident. Operators share updates about the types of pipeline systems and products in your area, contact information, and other crucial details regarding the transportation of energy in your communities.
The Coordinated Response Exercise®, commonly known as CoRE, is the most current approach to pre-planning an emergency response to a pipeline incident. Each program is adapted to a local incident scenario and organized into three blocks:
The Coordinated Response Exercise® (CoRE) is designed to educate first responders and public officials in preparing for and responding to pipeline incidents. The Coordinated Response & Excavator Exercise® (CoRE-EX) teaches safe digging practices to excavators/contractors while also educating first responders and public officials on how to safely respond to a pipeline incident.
These exercises bring together operators and stakeholders to enhance pre-planning.
HSEEP stands for Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program. Utilizing guidelines outlined by the Department of Homeland Security, Paradigm adapted the program to pipeline safety and response training for emergency response personnel. Participating emergency response agencies meet a portion of their Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) funding requirements, and individuals receive a Certificate of Completion. Up to two Continuing Education Units are also available following an HSEEP.
Each training utilizes a local pipeline scenario. This local product release is used to exchange resources and capabilities of everyone involved. Operators attend each program to share local knowledge that assists in pre-planning.
All members of your organization should attend. Everyone can RSVP individually or be registered as a group.
At the request of pipeline and gas distribution operators, Paradigm facilitates each program with a qualified team of former emergency response and industry professionals. Collectively, this team has nearly 400 years of emergency response experience. Learn more about our team here: CoRE Instructors.
Immediately following your program, you will receive a certificate of completion. Paradigm may also follow up with an email survey in which you can share your thoughts on the effectiveness of the program.
Paradigm provides public awareness and damage prevention compliance services to assist with the regulatory requirements of 49 CFR 192 and 195, as well as API RP 1162. We facilitate more than 1,000 pipeline safety meetings for emergency officials, excavators/contractors, and public officials each year. Investing time in a CoRE training is the best way to learn pipeline response.