The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is in the process of completing its recent incident report that will require a Professional Engineer (PE) to review and stamp/seal all designs and drawings pertaining to public utility work. Several states are reviewing the recommendations and will begin implementing new legislation to follow the safety plan. Southern Cathodic Protection Company (SCPC) recently held our Annual Strategic Management Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia to discuss and plan for the new safety procedures. SCPC currently has five PE’s, including the CEO and Principal Engineer John L. Piazza II, who are licensed to stamp and seal public utility engineering drawings including cathodic protection and AC mitigation design drawings. SCPC is dedicated to the safety of the gas industry and will be working diligently to continue the standard of engineering and design that our customers deserve.