b'Incident Response StepsEmergency RespondersMaintain site control and act as Incident Commander.Eliminate ignition sources. Provide standby fire-watch personnel.Suppress vapor generation.Provide standby rescue personnel to pipeline operator personnelentering the incident area to stop the release.Help maintain containment dams and install more as needed.Monitor the atmosphere in the repair and containment areas.Together, Incident Commander and Pipeline Operators RepresentativeIdentify public health action levels regarding petroleum-related haz-ards during a release/discharge, as well as the protective actions to be taken for the public.Establish unified command as soon as practicable. As the responsible party, operators will take an active role in the incident command struc-ture.Review whether it is safe for the operators emergency response team and/or their equipment to enter the incident area.Determine whether the zone of influence needs additional barricading and diking.Coordinatepublicinformationneedsfortheaffectedareatoensure relevant information is disseminated to the public/media.Decide when the area is safe for the public to re-enter.Shareanyafteractionreportsandcooperateonimprovementsto response procedures.NOTEPlease provide your comments about these expectations; email:pipeline.association@pipelineawareness.infoorusetheonlinefeedback form at: https://pipelineawareness.org/resources/29 2022 by Pipeline Association for Public Awareness'