As an emergency responder, you are an important partner in our pipeline public awareness program and our electric safety initiatives. Your safety is a priority!
Our free online training program, Responding to Utility Emergencies, provides critical knowledge and preparation to help you avoid hazards and save lives.
In the course, you will learn how electricity and natural gas systems work, and how to safely respond to electrical and natural gas emergencies. A final assessment and certification are available.
Public Safety Presentations
We offer natural gas and electric public safety presentations at no cost to the communities in which we are privileged to serve natural gas and/or electricity. You can request further information or schedule a presentation for your staff by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us at 1-800-ALLIANT (800-255-4268). We ask that you schedule a presentation no less than four weeks before your desired meeting date.
Reference ArticlesNatural gas emergencies present unique challenges to firefighters
It's important to follow some basic guidelines when responding to calls. This article will focus on how to deal with natural gas that is escaping or burning outdoors.
Emergency Responder Handbook
A guide for emergency responders who confront fires and other emergencies which involve natural gas or electricity.
Keep your community safe – Be prepared for natural gas emergencies
The proper response is key to protecting yourself and the public.
Our Integrity Management Program provides a process for inspecting and assessing the condition of Alliant Energy-owned natural gas pipelines and establishing a maintenance program based on best industry practices.
- Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
- The Pipeline Emergencies Program
- National Pipeline Mapping System
Are you also a natural gas customer? If you have natural gas service at your home, don’t forget to learn how to use natural gas safely, no matter where you are.