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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 52 . Telecommunications
Section 70. Accidents or incidents

3 AAC 52.070. Accidents or incidents

(a) Each utility shall cooperate with the commission to promote a reduction in hazard within the industry and to the public.

(b) Each utility shall report each accident immediately by the most expeditious means available, preferably by telephone or in person, to the commission at the commission's office in Anchorage, Alaska, or to a person designated by the commission. The notification shall include the location and time of the accident, a brief description of what occurred, and names of the individual(s) in charge of the repair operation and the individual(s) to be contacted by the commission for additional information.

(c) A written report of each accident shall be filed with the commission within 20 days after each accident. The report shall be made on the commission's "Gas Distribution Pipeline Accident or Incident Report" form or the United States Department of Transportation's Form DOT-F-7100.2 for transmission and gathering systems. If the accident investigation is not completed within the 20-day period, the utility shall file an additional written report with the commission upon the completion of the investigation and a written report of the progress of the investigation every 90 days until the investigation is complete.

History: Eff. 2/21/69, Register 30; am 1/13/73 Register 44

Authority: AS 42.05.141

AS 42.05.291


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