Come listen to an extension of some of the excellent utility safety & ops safety content published in Incident Prevention magazine. Dive deeper into insightful safety topics by hearing interviews with the some of the best and brightest minds in the industry! Learn more about Incident Prevention magazine at incident-prevention.com
Utility Safety Voice of Experience with Danny Raines: Overhead Line Work, Then and Now
In this episode, Danny provides additional views and perspectives from his June-July 2021 column called “Overhad Line Work, Then and Now?” You can read this article by going to incident-prevention.com. Listen now to learn some insightful observations and tips about safely doing overhead line work.
Utility Safety In Depth: What Utilities & Contractors Need to Know About UTV & ATV Safety
In this episode, Kate Wade talks about the use of UTVs and ATVs in utility work with Ty Fenton of Safety One to learn about what utility and contractor organizations need to think about when purchasing and using these vehicles in order to avoid potentially tragic incidents.
Utility Safety Solutions: Talking About a New RFID Product and a Recent Acquisition with Jelco's Kat Lea
Kurt Moreland sits down with Jelco's Kat Lea to all all about an exciting new RFID tag product called EZ Track, which will offer utilities expanded ability to track lanyard and harness inspection logs, product records and instruction manuals all via cloud-based technology. Kat also talks about acquiring Elk River, Inc.
Special Episode: How the Utility Safety Conference Has Grown and How it Will Evolve to Meet Utility Safety & Ops Professionals' Needs
In this episode, we sit down with the creator of both Incident Prevention magazine and the iP Utility Safety Conference & Expo, Carla Housh, and the event coordinator of conference, Melissa Housh, to talk about what makes this event so important to those who work in the highly-specialized area of utility safety.
Utility Safety In Depth: Understanding Complacency & How To Overcome It with Sharon Lipinski
What is the true cause of complacency? How can developing new habits reduce incidents? What is it about our brains that makes us want to take shortcuts? Sharon Lipinski, CEO of Habit Mastery Consulting, will answer these questions and more as she sits down with Incident Prevention magazine's editor Kate Wade to discuss the biological basis of complacency.
Utility Safety Voice of Experience with Danny Raines: Who is in Charge of System Operations?
In this episode, Danny provides additional views and perspectives from his April-May 2021 column called “System Operations: Who’s In Charge?” You can read this article by going to incident-prevention.com. Listen now to learn why it’s important to slow down, or even stop work, when something doesn’t seem right about the job.