13 Feb 2017
Join us on Tuesday, February 28 at 14.00 hrs (CET, Central European Time), for the safety webinar on “Collaboration, Sharing and Striving for Zero Incidents”.
- For whom: Everyone interested in safety within dredging, civil and marine works.
- Level: No prior knowledge required.
Cost and duration: The webinar is free of charge and will be 45 minutes, including a Q&A session.
Striving for zero incidents
Dredging operations can be risky as it often involves heavy machinery with many hidden and obvious dangers with little room for errors and potentially dire consequences. As such, safety is an extremely important topic in the dredging industry.
The webinar will feature safety experts who will provide you insights on how safety risks such as hydrogen sulphide (H2S), unexploded ordnances (UXO) and mooring were handled on the New Suez Canal Project. This project saw the largest number of vessels ever deployed for dredging operations and yet despite the high number of dredgers, no one was involved in an incident. Besides highlighting the specific safety risks, the experts will also demonstrate how IADC members collaborate to establish continual improvement.
Mr Bert Van Campenhout is QHSE-S responsible within DEME and Business Unit DEME Infra Marine Contractors (Dimco). He started his career as an architect. For the past 13 years, he has worked as a prevention advisor for large construction contractors. He has 16 years of experience in various fields such as safety, buildings, civil and marine works, dredging, oil and gas. He graduated from the University of Leuven (KU Leuven) with a Master of Architecture degree. He also holds the titles of Master in Construction and Prevention Advisor Level I.
Mr Arjan Jager is QHSE coordinator at Van Oord within the project support department. He has 16 years of experience in the dredging and marine construction industry. He started his career in an operational role on projects and for the past six years he has worked as a full-time safety professional in the dredging and marine industry. His focus is operational safety and project support. He graduated in 2000 with a BSc from the Hanzehogeschool Groningen in Dredging Engineering and Project Management and holds the title Chartered Safety Practitioner (CMIOSH).
Follow this webinar to learn all about the safety goal in striving for zero incidents.
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