Emergency Response Training 2018 grant winners

Emergency Response Training 2018 grant winners

Pipeline safety training and the possibility of winning $1,000 for your organization? Definitely a win-win all around. Each year, Williams gives a $1,000 grant to an emergency response organization in each of its three operating areas (OA) – West OA which includes operations in Shreveport, LA, the western half of Texas, western Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, … Continue reading Emergency Response Training 2018 grant winners

A quick call can keep your family safe

A quick call can keep your family safe

April is safe digging month Williams wants to make sure everyone takes the time to call before you dig. Homeowners, business owners and excavators are responsible for calling 811 before starting a project that involves digging. After you make the call, line locators will come to your home or business to mark any underground utilities with … Continue reading A quick call can keep your family safe

“Young Engineer of the Year” helps keep Williams infrastructure safe

“Young Engineer of the Year” helps keep Williams infrastructure safe

There’s a lot that goes into ensuring Williams’ large-scale energy infrastructure is built and continually operates in a manner that is safe, reliable and environmentally responsible. There’s pre-construction analysis and planning. There are rigorous internal protocols and stringent regulations with which we comply throughout the construction and operation lifecycles. There’s the employment of high-tech testing … Continue reading “Young Engineer of the Year” helps keep Williams infrastructure safe

Disasters don’t plan ahead. You can.

Disasters don’t plan ahead.  You can.

This year with tornadoes churning up everything in their path throughout the country and Hurricanes Irma and Henry hammering the coasts, National Safety Preparedness Month could not have come at a better time. Their overarching theme, “Disasters don’t plan ahead. You can.” is right on target. While most of us think we know what we … Continue reading Disasters don’t plan ahead. You can.