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The Smalley Foundation is committed to increasing safety and awareness for those who live, work and play near oil-and-gas equipment and pipelines. We do this by empowering the general public, training first responders and partnering with the industry.

Partnerships

The Smalley Foundation partners with energy companies and other stakeholders to create safety-awareness programs for residents living, working and playing near pipeline and oil-and-gas drilling operations.

We deliver pipeline safety-and-awareness education through partnerships with other non-profits, governmental and educational entities, trade associations and private industry.

 

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Training

The Smalley Foundation believes safety & awareness education is an important and powerful tool that empowers first responders, youths, educators and communities to assess risks and make safe decisions.

We train first responders in rural areas to handle oil-and-gas drilling emergencies that require special knowledge and skills, including incident action plans and tactical response to threats.

 

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Empowering

Empowering youth and young adults with the knowledge to make the right choices can even effect a cultural behavior change in their communities.

The Smalley Foundation and its energy industry partners empower entire communities by educating residents about living, working and playing safely around neighborhood pipeline and oil-and-gas operations.

 

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Racing for Safety

Mason Mingus and his No. 15 Billy Boat Motorsports team, competing in the NASCAR Camping Word Truck Series, will partner with the Danielle Dawn Smalley Foundation to increase safety and awareness for those who live, work, and play near pipelines and oil and gas sites.

Mason MingusThe Smalley Foundation will be the “Official Foundation of Mingus and the No. 15 Team” throughout 2015.

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The Results Are In!

The launch of our new program, “Pipeline Safety & Awareness for Kids,” reached nearly 18,000 first through third graders in Webb County Texas last September.

results-thumbPartners in the launch included PHMSA/DOT, Texas811, Border Damage Prevention Council, and Regency Energy Partners.

Click here for the results

Damage Prevention

The winter issue of the Damage Prevention Professional journal features an article about the Smalley Foundation titled, “School Pipeline Safety that is ALWAYS ON!”

damage preventionThe article describes how the Foundation empowers schools located near pipelines by partnering with industry.

Click HERE (pp. 54-55).

  • The Smalley Foundation Story

    What began as one man’s dream to honor his daughter has grown into the only non-profit of its kind that teaches safety and awareness for those who live, work and play near the nation’s oil-and-gas sites and pipelines.

  • Oil & Gas Drilling Safety & Awareness

    The Danielle Dawn Smalley Foundation trains first responders to handle oil-and-gas drilling emergencies that require special knowledge and skills, including incident action plans and tactical response to threats.

  • Pipeline Safety & Awareness

    The Smalley Foundation delivers pipeline safety-and-awareness education through partnerships with other non-profits, governmental and educational entities, trade associations and private industry.

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THE DANIELLE DAWN SMALLEY FOUNDATION, INC.
999 W. Highway 175, Crandall, TX 75114
1-866-401-2800 (toll-free)