Columbia Gas Safety School

Columbia Gas Safety School

Columbia Gas Safety School

As part of Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania’s commitment to support local first responders that Training Sessionhelp to keep our communities and customers  safe, we are inviting first responders to attend the 2018 Columbia Gas Safety School.

This free training educates emergency responders on how to safely respond to natural gas situations. Each organization that has members participating may be eligible for a $500 grant award.

For 2018, Columbia Gas Safety School has been updated to focus on educating first responders on the most likely scenarios they would encounter when responding to a natural gas emergency.

One-day session

First responders at Safety TownThe updated training for 2018 is a six-hour course taught by Columbia Gas training professionals with years of experience in the natural gas industry. The sessions includes two to three hours of classroom instruction with demonstrations of when natural gas can and cannot ignite and tools used to detect and pinpoint natural gas leaks. The second half of the class features real-world scenarios at the Columbia Gas training center’s Safety Town mock neighborhood that first responders are likely to encounter.


Following are details for this year’s session:
Saturday, May 12, 2018 – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania Training Center
103 Stoney Ridge Drive, Monaca, PA  15061

Interested in attending?

Contact Senior Communications Specialist Kristie Kubovic at 1-724-416-6017 or for more information.

Space is limited to the first 30 respondents. Up to two participants from a volunteer fire department may attend. All participants must be 18 years of age or older.