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“The leading HSE event for North American wind energy professionals” save $500! Look inside Wind Energy Update’s for further details Health & Safety Summit USA September 8-9 2011 | Dallas, Texas Design your EHS strategy from industry best practice to avoid citation, ensure staff safety and maximize productivity Learn from real world experience, how to develop compliance assistance tools, best practice safety strategies and staff training modules. Help Expert speakers from prevent injury, illness and fatalities on site, improve turbine availability across the industry: & maximize productivity across your entire operationSpeakers include: • Latest Update on Shifts in Industry Regulation: Ensure adequate safety margins and regulatory compliance and understand why this is critical to your customers,Dean Wingo employees and shareholdersAssistant RegionalAdministrator • Best Practice Safety Strategies Explored: Learn about the safety strategiesOSHA that have been developed by companies operating in the wind space which will not only help you see a rise productivity, but also a decline in injuryStephen Yohay • Lock-Out/Tag-Out: Learn about OSHAs regulation on "energized" machinery, andOgletree, Deakins, examine lock-out/tag-out concepts, procedures, devices, and electrical control systemsNash, Smoak & to protect your employeesStewart PC • Cultivating Confined Space Safety: Discuss how to educate workers on safeCarlos Diaz practices required for confined space entry in wind towersDirector, Health & Safety • Working at Height & Fall Protection: Understand OSHAs requirements forEdison Mission Energy working at height and how, with the correct PPE, climbing best practices, and equipmentGrayling Vander Velde inspection you can prevent injuryEHS Professional - • Staff Recruitment & Training: Find out what steps you should take to recruit andEHS Field Support retain only the most qualified technicians for your team. Then discover how to optimizeDuke Energy your workforce efficiency across your operations to avoid unnecessary cost from delaysRick Kroon • Working with 3rd Party Contractors: Engage fully with your contractors andVP Sustainability, sub-contractors to ensure that unnecessary risks are avoided and that health and safetyEnvironmental, is properly managed throughout all contractsHealth, Safety • Wind Turbine Ergonomics and Design for Safety: Understand what safetyVestas American Wind systems are required to protect your employees long term health at work and what R&DTechnology Inc. is being done to engineer out design faults while meeting the needs of the customerRick DiCiccoEHS ManagerMitsubishi Power Why this is not just another wind related conference:Systems A unique, industry-first event focusing on specific Wind Health and Safety challenges throughout North AmericaMichael HughesHSE Coordinator 150+ EHS professionals at the forefront of the industry present in one location Great conference, it wasSiemens Wind Power Profit from the knowledge and insight of 16+ inspiring HSE leaders from chance to meet industry leaders. They presented manyTodd Karasek developers, operators through to ISPs and other 3rd party contractors topics which are prevalent andVP Environment, Case studies from real life wind farm experiences important to the wind industryHealth & Safety Take advantage of 16+ hours of networking giving yourself a huge chance today and in the future!Suzlon Wind Energy to make vital contacts to drive your health and safety initiatives forward Justin Hunt, VestasVisit www.windenergyupdate.com/EHS or call 1800 814 3459 (US Toll Free) for more details
"Sectors such as wind energy are growing rapidly. That growth comes with a continued responsibility for employers to ensure that the health and safety of workers is never compromised," Hilda L. Solis, Secretary of LaborRISE IN WIND FARM INSTALLATIONS POSES THE CRITICAL INFORMATION FROM THE WIND DEVELOPERS, OPERATORS,NEW SAFETY CHALLENGES PEOPLE WITH REAL EXPERIENCE OEMs, INDEPENDANT SERVICEWe all know that wind energy is a rising star in Attending Wind Energy Update’s Health and Safety PROVIDERS, CONTRACTORS &North America’s renewable energy policy. The wind Summit 2011 will give you the advantage of listening SUPPLIERS… THIS EVENT COVERS THEindustry remains one of the fastest growing forms to North America’s major players as they discuss and FULL VALUE CHAINof non-traditional electricity generation in North debate not only their Health and Safety concerns, but Wind farm operators will come away withAmerica and finished last year with a total of 40,180 also their successes. Ensure you are fully equipped the best and most effective maintenanceMW of installed capacity, with a further 5,600 MW with all the latest knowledge you need to know for an strategies to reduce costs and boost powerof new wind projects under construction. But while accident free wind farm safety programme. production. OEMs will get the chance to talkthis sustained growth in new installations continues Youll get the EHS knowledge you need to succeed directly with their customers about how theya new challenge is rapidly taking centre stage – the in 2011, turn your attention to the issues at hand, are approaching HSE all the way from R&Dhealth and safety of wind technicians in both the and hear case studies from leaders in the space to operational turbines. Independent serviceconstruction, operation and maintenance of these providers, contractors and suppliers will be 1. earn direct from OSHA about changing Lwind farms. able to get exposure for their capabilities and regulatory activities and other cooperative partnerships products in front of a highly targeted audience.H&S REGULATION THAT WILL AFFECT 2. ear how your peers are working towards H In the past 12 months our wind events haveEVERYONE industry best practice and the lessons learned been attended by over 2200 leading windUnlike in established industries where standards have to mitigate their inherent risk executives from every corner of the globe.been set, the rules and regulations for health and 3. iscover more about promoting worker safety D Dont just take our word that our conferencessafety specific to the wind sector are far from clear. through effective training and learn about provide a really valuable two days; checkThe simple fact is that wind farms are unlike any other out testimonials from just a few of the happy turbines themselves and their design for safetyexisting infrastructure and as such, traditional rules attendees, speakers and sponsors fromand regulations covering off building construction Set to become a firm fixture in the US wind industry the conferences we have run in the US andand working at height are being evolved alongside calendar, this conference has been designed Europe over the past three years.the industry growth. To date there are no industry specifically so that you can both listen to and discussstandards set for wind technicians and any company the challenges you face directly with your peers. It gives you an exceptional opportunity to take away An excellent conference, a goodthat performs work on a wind farm is forced to design mix of owners and industry experts;and utilize their own safety strategies based on best key strategies which will help you minimize injury, reduce costs, and ultimately optimize your wind good in depth discussion and panelpractice. These improvised rules and regulations have discussion"met varying degrees of success. In the worst cases farm’s performance. Jeff Wiener, GE Windlarge fines have been handed out to culpable parties. Wind Energy Update have handpicked only the mostThe Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety suitable and experienced individuals to provide the Great conference, it was chance toand Health Administration (OSHA) has therefore best solutions to your daily H&S challenges:- from meet industry leaders. They presentedrecently turned its attention to the wind industry, and utilities to wind turbine OEMs, EHS professionals to many topics which are prevalent andis making moves to understand in what way safety government bodies - only the best have been asked important to the wind industry todaystandards should apply. to present. and in the future!" You will leave this landmark event knowing how Justin Hunt, Vestas US Department of Labors OSHA hands out to: fine following worker fatality investigation” DON’T DELAY – THIS IS ONE ISSUE THAT source www.OSHA.gov 1. Ensure safety margins and regulatory compliance SIMPLY CANNOT BE AVOIDEDWHO IS ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE; AND 2. Understand successful safety strategies that This market leading wind event will provideWHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF GETTING have developed by other companies operating you with the tools and knowledge necessary in the wind space to create and implement an internalIT WRONG? safety strategy. You’ll be hearing from andThe question over who is directly responsible for a 3. Find out what steps you should take to recruit networking with the best industry minds.breach in health and safety procedure is an on-going and retain only the most qualified technicians Check out the full agenda over the page todebate – does the owner / operator take all the blame, for your team see more about what’s going to be discussed,or is it the contractor or their sub-contractor? More 4. Engage fully with your contractors and sub- and exactly who you’ll be hearing it from.to the point, who takes responsibility for the financial contractors to ensure that unnecessary risks penalty… and whose company name gets published are avoided Secure your place today to give your companyglobally as the party at fault? In such a nascent the best chance of success in designing your 5. Deliver what safety systems are required to industry, bad market credibility can have serious EHS strategy from industry best practice protect your employees long term health at knock-on implications for winning future business. to avoid citation, ensure staff safety and work maximize productivity.Can you answer the following questions about In short, you’ll walk away having examined everyyour wind farm? option available to you.• What are the current safety standards inherent You’ll get insight from OSHA as well as Ogletree in wind farms today and how can I be sure I stay Deakins as they discuss the latest movements Sign up for your ticket today within their parameters? and changes in wind regulation. 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A two day blueprint for wind safety success REGULATORY SHIFTS AND BEST PRACTICE EHS Duke Energy’s Arc-Flash Safety Plan – Understanding site CHANGES PROCEDURES EXPLORED electrical hazards CASE STUDY KEYNOTE • Discuss what electrical risks you need Edison Mission Energy’s (EME’s) to know, and how this knowledge can Interpretation of safe work within CASE help you to protect your employees and prevent bigOSHA and the Wind Industry: What confined space STUDY hazardsrequirements exist now and in the • Look at what EME interprets as a future? • Find out how manufacturers can help to reduce site "confined space" and why this falls into risk, and see what can be done to expedite their• With more wind turbines being this category cooperation in making this a reality manufactured and installed all across • Discover, with examples from experience, what the US, understand what employees and • Get an understanding of your arc flash labels so you constitutes working within a “confined space”, employers need to know about workplace can work safely, effectively and to schedule what the crucial hazards are and how to avoid hazards them Grayling Vander Velde, EHS Professional,• Not all hazards in wind are unique: • Get a breakdown of how Edison Mission approach EHS Field Support, Duke Energy Examine the latest OSHA standards such working within a turbines ‘confined space’ and as Falls, Confined Space Entry, Crane, how they are consistent in their application Siemens Wind Power Lock Derrick & Hoist Safety, Electrical and Out / Tag Out Method CASE Machine Guarding Carlos Diaz, Director, Environmental, Health & • Get an overview of how Siemens STUDY Safety, Midwest Generation, Edison Mission• Discover why employees need to be manages the LOTO program in different Energy engaged in workplace safety and health, aspects of the construction, service and and how employers can help protect their maintenance phases Principle electrical safety issues for work on employees from these hazards • Examine the development of Siemens’ energy control wind farm sitesDean Wingo, Assistant Regional procedures to ensure different turbine specific • Get an overview of the key electrical safety Administrator, Department of Labor - hazards are addressed that safeguard employees requirements included in the NFPA 70E-2009 asOSHA from the unexpected energization of electrical they relate to wind farm operations equipment during maintenance activitiesOSHA and the wind industry – where • Understand the "Qualified Electrical Worker" Michael Hughes, HSE Coordinator, Siemens Energy requirements as well as the various ways toare we now? perform an Electrical Hazard Analysis, including an• Get a candid breakdown of the recent Arc Flash Hazard Analysis INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION developments in federal OSHA’s approach • Discuss the recommended "next steps" for to regulating the wind industry effective implementation of Electrical Safety On-site hazard recognition: A checklist for the• Address how OSHA is applying its Programs to remain efficient and safe operationally entire wind farm standards developed for other industries John Kolak, President, Praxis Corporation • Discuss best practice safety programs to safeguard to wind operations; the compliance issues employees and subcontractors working on wind farms created by OSHA’s approach; and the Requirements for the qualified electrical to improve safety records and decrease insurance principles of multi-employer liability technician costs• Delve into recent OSHA wind industry • Discuss what OSHA requirements high-voltage • Examine safety implementation procedures for enforcement actions, as well as OSHA electrical technicians must follow in testing all aspects of potential on-site hazards including enforcement policies in general under the equipment during maintenance and why this will working at height, fall protection, crane and rigging, current administration and how federal significantly reduce any risk of citation confined space, electrical safety and lock-out tag-out OSHA is attempting to influence the procedures performance of state OSHA plans • Discover how to effectively test electrical systems and conductors so that the correct high-voltage • Understand how to inspect and document potential Stephen C. Yohay, Ogletree, Deakins, safety hazards inherent to uptower componentsNash Smoak & Stewart, P.C., Las Vegas, tools are used, and suitable protection equipment worn and injury risk minimized including ladder construction, tie-off point’sNV capacities, guardrail function, transition deck safety • Find out how an employer must maintain all and hub and nacelle entry regulations and standards to preserve the safety of all workers along with testing equipment Les Boette, Safety Coordinator, Siemens Power Generation *** Still considering speaker proposals *** John Kolak, President, Praxis Corporation Please contact Ben Satchwell on firstname.lastname@example.org Safe turbine maintenance work in extreme weather conditions CASE • Understand at what point weather can be STUDY considered severe and / or threatening, and what you can do to ensure the safety of your staff • Hear how Vestas prepares for conditions such as tornadoes, lightning strikes, and extreme heat and extreme cold on both equipment and staff • Get a comprehensive overview of the warning systems and training that will prepare your technicians Rob Edinger, Senior HSE Manager US and Canada, Vestas Reserve your place today – call 1800 814 3459
An industry led agenda tailored only to the US Health and Safety MarketWorking at height and wind STAFFING: REQUIREMENTS, TURBINE ERGONOMICS ANDturbine rescue CASE RECRUITMENT & TRAINING DESIGN FOR SAFETY• Understand the elements of a STUDY safe system of work, including Safety trinity: Leading safe and successful work INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION equipment selection and • Get insight into effective risk identification so that you inspection, use of tools, risk assessment, are fully aware of where high potential losses of profit The operator’s perspective on what method statements and emergency procedures are safety design faults COULD be• Examine the established work zones in a wind engineered out • Discover how to establish best risk management turbine and how you can associate rescue systems and how these can be implemented to have a • With participation from the top wind training from each separate work zone low impact on day to day operation operators, discuss and debate what design• Discover what standard rescue equipment is faults could be engineered out from a wind • Ensure that strategies are in place to monitor potential required for evacuation and rescue from a wind turbine risks and mitigate accidents before they occur turbine, and how to correctly minimize the risk John T. Moore, Assistant Vice President, • Understand why these particular design of fall Marsh USA, Inc. faults have caused issues in the past, and*** Still considering speaker proposals *** why they need to be engineered out Please contact Ben Satchwell on PPE, fall protection & climb assist: equipment for • In the eyes of an operator, what would email@example.com the safe technician constitute a perfect wind turbine? • With examples from the field, understand what Grayling Vander Velde, EHS Professional - equipment a technician should be provided with while EHS Field Support, Duke Energy WORKING WITH ON-SITE on site and why this is necessary Carlos Diaz, Director, Environmental, Health • Discover the proper way in which safety equipment & Safety, Midwest Generation, CONTRACTORS should be used Edison Mission Energy • Find out why different turbine designs require different Evaluating the suitability of safety equipment, and where the similarities INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSIONon-site contractors CASE• Weighing up your options – STUDY *** Still considering speaker proposals *** Please contact Ben Satchwell on The OEM’s perspective and what is understand how GE assesses being done to engineering out safety which contractors they will use and firstname.lastname@example.org design faults what they look for when doing so Influencing safe technician behavior: • Examine how OEMs differ in their • Hear how to evaluate the capabilities of a approaches to turbine design, and how this contractor according to the needs of your transparency of consequence difference of opinions can minimize risk of individual wind farm and the skills of their staff • Discover how you can get your employees to comply injury for both the short and long term with safety rules, policies and procedures with a better understanding of root cause safety problems • Safety risk assessment process: Identify • Gain insight into realistic project management hazards with equipment design, implement requirements and what systems can be utilized • Knowing a written practice isn’t everything – see controls, quantitatively model risk build-up, to avoid serious injury and severe delays how to influence human behavior through a better and reduce risk of injurySpeaker TBC, GE Energy understanding of consequence to avoid any risk of non compliance • Understand the design of past, present and future wind turbines, and find out how you INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION • Understand how to develop a safety culture in your can reduce risk of injury company through making the consequence of actions certain in a technicians mind Todd Karasek, Vice President ofManaging 3rd party contractors: Setting Environment, Health and Safety,the standards for on-site safety Todd Karasek, Vice President of Environment, Health Suzlon Wind Energy Corp• See how you can both qualify and quantify the and Safety, Suzlon Wind Energy Corp Rick Kroon, Vice President Sustainability, expertise and track record of the company and Environmental, Health, Safety, their personnel that will be present at a wind INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Vestas American Wind Technology farm site Speaker TBC, GE Energy• Discover how to programme a manual that Standards for recruiting, training and retaining deals with all aspects of on-site wind farm professional wind technicians work from contractors point of view • Look at the various safety training programmes for • Hear how to ensure that all on-site workers technical staff and find out what further steps you can are equipped with appropriate skill-sets, take to train your selected workforce to your required qualifications and experience to manage standard maintenance procedures and unexpected H&S • The importance of pre-hire physical evaluations and issues training to improve attitude, behaviour and overallBrian Arndt, Director of EHS & Quality, safety on wind farm siteOutland Energy • Discuss to what level your technicians should be Mike Kelley, Director of Environmental Health trained in emergency response, and look at howand Safety, Upwind Solutions respiratory training can help working at elevated heightsJean-Paul Cane, Rope Partners Rick DiCicco, EHS Manager, Mitsubishi Power Systems Eric Endreszl, EHS Trainer, Grand Rapids Community College Rich Whiteside, National Training Director, MIAT Register now at www.windenergyupdate.com/EHS
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“The leading HSE event for North American wind energy professionals” save $500! Look inside Wind Energy Update’s for further details Health & Safety Summit USA September 8-9 2011 | Dallas, Texas Design your EHS strategy from industry best practice to avoid citation, ensure staff safety and maximize productivity Learn from real world experience, how to develop compliance assistance tools, best practice safety strategies and staff training modules. Help Expert speakers from prevent injury, illness and fatalities on site, improve turbine availability across the industry: & maximize productivity across your entire operationSpeakers include: • Latest Update on Shifts in Industry Regulation: Ensure adequate safety margins and regulatory compliance and understand why this is critical to your customers,Dean Wingo employees and shareholdersAssistant RegionalAdministrator • Best Practice Safety Strategies Explored: Learn about the safety strategiesOSHA that have been developed by companies operating in the wind space which will not only help you see a rise productivity, but also a decline in injuryStephen Yohay • Lock-Out/Tag-Out: Learn about OSHAs regulation on "energized" machinery, andOgletree, Deakins, examine lock-out/tag-out concepts, procedures, devices, and electrical control systemsNash, Smoak & to protect your employeesStewart PC • Cultivating Confined Space Safety: Discuss how to educate workers on safeCarlos Diaz practices required for confined space entry in wind towersDirector, Health & Safety • Working at Height & Fall Protection: Understand OSHAs requirements forEdison Mission Energy working at height and how, with the correct PPE, climbing best practices, and equipmentGrayling Vander Velde inspection you can prevent injuryEHS Professional - • Staff Recruitment & Training: Find out what steps you should take to recruit andEHS Field Support retain only the most qualified technicians for your team. Then discover how to optimizeDuke Energy your workforce efficiency across your operations to avoid unnecessary cost from delaysRick Kroon • Working with 3rd Party Contractors: Engage fully with your contractors andVP Sustainability, sub-contractors to ensure that unnecessary risks are avoided and that health and safetyEnvironmental, is properly managed throughout all contractsHealth, Safety • Wind Turbine Ergonomics and Design for Safety: Understand what safetyVestas American Wind systems are required to protect your employees long term health at work and what R&DTechnology Inc. is being done to engineer out design faults while meeting the needs of the customerRick DiCiccoEHS ManagerMitsubishi Power Why this is not just another wind related conference:Systems A unique, industry-first event focusing on specific Wind Health and Safety challenges throughout North AmericaMichael HughesHSE Coordinator 150+ EHS professionals at the forefront of the industry present in one location Great conference, it wasSiemens Wind Power Profit from the knowledge and insight of 16+ inspiring HSE leaders from chance to meet industry leaders. They presented manyTodd Karasek developers, operators through to ISPs and other 3rd party contractors topics which are prevalent andVP Environment, Case studies from real life wind farm experiences important to the wind industryHealth & Safety Take advantage of 16+ hours of networking giving yourself a huge chance today and in the future!Suzlon Wind Energy to make vital contacts to drive your health and safety initiatives forward Justin Hunt, Vestas Visit www.windenergyupdate.com/EHS or call 1800 814 3459 (US Toll Free) for more details