During the COVID-19 Pandemic
We are proud to be able to assist the first responder community in continued education by providing these resources which can be individually accessed for pipeline safety, emergency planning, prevention and annual training while efforts are being made to social distance and stop the spread of illness. Our staff are currently working from home and are here to assist you via phone, email and mail. Please contact us if we can be of any assistance. Your dedication to all aspects of community safety during this time are commendable. Stay well!
Phone: 972-472-6500 Ext. 104 | Email: PracticalPipelines@smalleyfnd.org.
Preparing first responders for pipeline emergencies is a natural fit for the Danielle Dawn Smalley Foundation who recognized the need after a pipeline leak ignited and took the life of 17-year-old Danielle Dawn Smalley and her friend in 1996 while they were en route to report their concerns to authorities.
In the aftermath, it was realized that if it wouldn’t have been Danielle’s vehicle that ignited the vapors that day, it could have very well been the first responders who were headed towards the same path just moments before Danielle beat them there. Visit www.smalleyfnd.org to learn more about our mission.
Watch the video (right) for a message from a first responder about the Danielle Dawn Smalley pipeline incident.
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Engaging, educating and empowering stakeholders with customized pipeline safety and damage prevention using high-touch and high-tech methods that meet RP1162, CGA’s Best Practices and beyond.
The Danielle Dawn Smalley Foundation
PO Box 824757
Dallas, TX 75382