Williams’ public awareness programs are designed to enhance public safety and environmental protection through increased public awareness and knowledge. By sharing information with property owners, businesses, excavators, emergency responders, public officials, and other interested parties, we help the public better understand the role they can play in contributing to pipeline safety.
Our Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness team extends the Williams safety and environmental commitment by conducting more than 200 safety training courses and educational programs nationally each year for emergency responders, excavators, public officials, schools, and the general public.
As part of our continued efforts to educate the public, in 2016 Williams also:
- Sent 501,186 mailers to Emergency Responders, Excavators, and Public Officials
- Received 15,674 website visits to http://www.williams.com/safety
- Received 1,018 Public Safety Activity form submissions (records of contacts made with emergency responders, local public officials, excavators, the public related to pipeline safety issues)
- Conducted 742 Online Emergency Responder Trainings