Affected Public

Knowing where pipelines are buried before starting a digging project is the best way to avoid being injured or disrupting vital utility services in your community. The safety of our communities is a top priority for Williams. Please take a few moments to complete the following survey questions, which will help us measure your overall understanding of pipeline safety and help us continuously improve our communication. Remember to call 811 before you dig whenever you are installing a fence, building a deck, planting a tree or performing other digging projects. We respect your privacy and will not sell or share your information with any outside party.

* 1. In the last two years, have you received or heard any information relating to pipeline safety?

* 2. Do you know how to recognize a pipeline location or right-of-way (ROW)?

* 3. Do you know how to recognize a pipeline leak or rupture?

* 4. Are you aware of hazards associated with an unintended release from a pipeline?

* 5. Are you aware of the Call Before You Dig service (811)?

* 6. The next time you dig, will you call or request online to have underground utilities marked?

* 7. Are you aware of the National Pipeline Mapping System (www.npms.phmsa.dot.gov)?

* 8. Please provide your name, organization name, phone number and email

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