Course Overview

This course is specifically designed for professionals in the oil and gas industry to ensure compliance with the updated Pipeline Rules that came into effect on November 15, 2023.

“It's only a matter of time before the Regulator requests to see your training program under your Safety and Loss Management Program" - Erin Maczuga (Former Director of Compliance & Enforcement with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER).

Course Objectives:

1. To provide essential regulatory knowledge required for compliance with the now mandatory Annex A of CSA Z662 under the updated Pipeline Rules relating to training programs.

2. To equip participants at all levels and positions within oil and gas organizations with the necessary skills to ensure safety, loss prevention, and effective management of the pipeline system life cycle.

Course Highlights:

Flexible Learning: The course offers a 30-minute self-directed format, allowing participants to learn at their own pace and on their own schedule.

Tailored Content: Addressing the knowledge needs of individuals at all levels within the organization, the course ensures relevance and applicability to various roles.

Brief Quizzes: After each module, participants will take brief quizzes to demonstrate understanding of the key updates and ensure competency.

Certificate of Completion: Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion, demonstrating compliance with the new Pipeline Rules requirements in Annex A of CSA Z662 and Section 14 of the Rules.

Key Updates Covered in the Course:

  • Section 2: Critical exemptions to the Pipeline Act and Rules
  • Sections 12 and 13: Record keeping and records transfer
  • Sections 14 and 15: Safety and Loss Management System (SLMS) and Integrity Management Program (IMP)
  • Section 16: Submission of financial information
  • Sections 21 and 22: Pipeline construction, modification, and pigging
  • Section 51: Trenchless excavation techniques
  • Section 67: Leak reporting exemption
  • Section 71: Inactive pipeline management
  • Sections 73 and 81: Pipeline removal process

Invest in Compliance Kiwi's training course today to safeguard your organization against potential noncompliance risks and maintain a competitive edge in Alberta's oil and gas sector.

This training offers a broad overview and guidance regarding the changes to Alberta’s Pipeline Rules. It is important to note that it does not constitute legal advice. For the applicability to specific situations, it is recommended that you seek legal advice. 

Course Curriculum

Completion Time - Approx. 45 Min (90 Day Access)

    1. Introduction to the Course

    1. Video 1

    2. Quiz 1

    1. Video 2

    2. Quiz 2

    1. Video 3

    2. Video 4

    3. Quiz 3

Course Details

  • $57.95
  • 0.5 hours of video content


Erin Maczuga

Founder & Chief Compliance Officer - Compliance Kiwi

Erin Maczuga, Chief Compliance Officer and Founder of Compliance Kiwi based in Calgary, brings nearly 15 years of legal and regulatory expertise to the table. With a background as a former lawyer and Director of Compliance and Enforcement at the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER), Erin led initiatives aimed at boosting regulatory efficiency during his tenure. These efforts resulted in significant cost savings for the industry and streamlined inspection and audit processes within the oil and gas sector. Erin also played a pivotal role in shaping the AER’s Integrated Compliance Assurance Framework and Manual 013: Compliance and Enforcement Program. Building on this rich experience, Erin established Compliance Kiwi to aid energy companies in meeting their regulatory requirements. Through Compliance Kiwi, Erin provides tailored expert advice on regulatory applications, compliance program design, and training.