February 2016, Vol. 243, No. 2


Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: I read the article (December 2015 P&GJ p. 24) regarding Rich Worsinger and his role at APGA. I’m afraid Mr. Worsinger isn’t completely honest in his assessment of API RP 1173. APGA had a member on the committee who relentlessly argued against any requirements for APGA members. Their logic was that they just don’t have people to a comply with the requirements. They never suggested the risk didn’t exist, which would have been a better argument. I believe if the risk exists, small operators should address it in some way, whether with hired contractors or employees. Actually, the RP allows much flexibility by outlining what should be done, not how to do it. It is intentionall

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