July 10, 2020 | Barb Carr

NEW Webinar! Are You Prepared for a Major Investigation? (90 Minutes)

We’re pleased to announce our NEW 90-minute webinar, “Are You Prepared for a Major Investigation?” Join us on July 22, 2020, 2 pm EST>>

Major Accidents Are Hard to Think About

No one wants to picture having a major accident at their facility. Few want to even think about the possibility. However, denying possibility, even if you feel it’s remote, can leave your employees and company more vulnerable. The actions investigators take after a major accident occurs can either contribute to the damage or mitigate the damage. Preparing in advance is a time well spent for the good of all.

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This webinar is lead by highly experienced investigators, Brian Tink and Pat Fortune.

BRIAN TINK has been a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) since 1999 and has conducted many investigations during his career. He has over 30 years experience in the power industry in various roles which included 13 years teaching TapRooT® internally and carrying out investigations. Further to this, since 2008 Brian has been conducting TapRooT® training and investigations for several industries throughout the world. Having been involved with many major investigations Brian can speak to why a major investigation plan is prudent and necessary.

PATRICK FORTUNE is also a CRSP since 2009 and has Nebosh (IGC) and 2nd Class Power Engineer certifications. His background is in heavy industry operations & safety leadership in areas such as power generation, market pulp and oil and gas production/construction. His EHS career began in 2005, where he specialized in increasingly serious investigations and RCA. Patrick has worked with oil and gas majors in an “architect” role with corporate teams setting up serious incident investigation programs and stewarding to the process for their most serious events. He has taught TaprooT® in house and now as a contract instructor for System Improvements and echoes Brian’s concerns on the necessity of having a plan for significant incident management.

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Accidents, Investigations
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