We at SEAM Group are responsible for helping our clients monitor and maintain more than 1.5 million energized assets. The voltage and pressure levels within most are such that there’s little middle ground, little chance to escape with just a minor burn or scrape. Contact would almost certainly be fatal or, at the very least, result in serious injury.
The refinement of techniques along the enterprise asset management and serious injury and fatality prevention strategies we employ hold lessons for the broader industrial community. We’ve identified eight steps that can help ensure high energy levels are kept clear of our clients’ people.
During this webinar, we’ll discuss the historical challenges of managing safety in addressing SIF exposure, as well as cover the eight steps to identify, assess, predict and manage how SIF events in industrialized assets can be avoided.
Derek Hale, CSP, CIT, Instructor, SEAM Group
As an electrical safety instructor and lead field analyst, Derek works with clients to create robust and helpful procedures, policies, and strategies, aiming them toward safety success. He brings a decade of safety management experience from the utility, construction and manufacturing industries across the country.
Colin Duncan, CEO, SEAM Group
As the CEO of SEAM Group, Colin is responsible for overseeing operations and business activities globally. That encompasses designing and implementing strategies to fully integrate asset safety, reliability and maintenance. Leveraging our “One SEAM, One Solution” approach, our team provides integrated solutions for common asset challenges through the most comprehensive suite of asset optimization capabilities available. Before joining SEAM Group, Colin was an independent board member and executive who worked with several leading organizations in the safety services market across human factors, safety, technical safety services, software and operational excellence. Previously, he was the CEO of leading safety consulting firm BST/DEKRA, leading operations across 21 offices worldwide.
Barry Bottino, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine
Barry covers worker safety for Safety+Health.