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.
Daniel Garstang, VP of Safety Consulting
Daniel Garstang brings over 20 years of experience in defining and implementing strategies for serious injury and fatality prevention, primarily within high-exposure industries. He specializes in improving operational excellence through design, implementation and assessment of management systems; improving efficiency in supporting operational rhythms; and identifying and coaching on improvement opportunities, as well as defining strategies that mitigate exposures pertaining to occupational and process risk. Garstand has served as a safety committee member on the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP), co-chair of the IOGP Safety Subcommittee on Transportation Safety, director of NETS, and an oil and gas industry representative for the creation of the ISO39001 standard. He is an active contributor to NIOSH research studies and has served on various SPE safety committees.
Barry Bottino, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine
Barry covers worker safety for Safety+Health.