Kansas Adjutant General's Department
Crisis City Pipeline Venue
 

Kansas Pipeline Association Venue

In Kansas, more than 77,000 miles of piping runs throughout the state. The pipeline industry has an excellent safety record, but in those rare instances when an incident does occur and products are released, it is imperative that emergency responders are trained to handle the situation appropriately. This venue will equip personnel with the skills necessary to deal with third party damage, abnormal operating conditions and any incident that could potentially affect the public.

Buried pipeline infrastructure

Spewing pipe at pipeline venue

 This venue contains buried and exposed pipeline for leak response techniques.  The training props consist of:

  • An overturned tanker trailer;
  • A drill head;
  • A vehicle accident scene;
  • A confined space trench;
  • A small house.

All of these props are plumbed into the pipeline that can be energized with compressed water and air for realism.

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