Learn the importance of aligning supplemental training with your O&M and industry best practices. At the end of this webinar, you will have a firm understanding of the following:
- Evaluating your training.
- Understanding the need to make training aligned to your procedures.
- Learn the various ways to customize your training.
Presenters: Brian Dresel (Executive Director, Compliance), Greg McReynolds (Brand Ambassador)
Safety Culture Assessments: Turning Results into Action
API RP-1173 (Pipeline Safety Management Systems, PSMS) calls for Pipeline Operators to complete assessments of their safety culture. As a result, many Operators and Contractors already conduct safety surveys, but these tend to focus on occupational safety rather than safety culture. Completing a Pipeline Safety Culture Assessment can be complicated and time-consuming. In response to API RP-1173, Energy Worldnet has developed a proprietary Pipeline Safety Culture Assessment process and tool. This webinar will showcase the need for all organizations to undergo a Pipeline Safety Culture Assessment.
Presenters: Stephen Allen (Executive Director, Pipeline Safety), Kelsey Klingler (Director, Pipeline Safety)
OQ & Beyond: 3 Areas to Focus on During the Pandemic
Join the Energy Worldnet team for a webinar meant to focus your resources and talents on 'getting your house in order' during these unprecedented times. Of course, we will talk about OQ and other areas that you might overlook (such as custom training content, PSMS, and proctoring).
The International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) accredits Energy Worldnet (EWN). EWN complies with the ANSI/IACET Standard, which is recognized internationally as a standard of excellence in instructional practices. As a result of this accreditation, Energy Worldnet is authorized to issue the IACET CEU (continuing education unit).
As an IACET Accredited Provider, EWN offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard.
To be eligible to obtain CEUs and successfully complete this course, participants must fully contribute to all instructional activities and are required to complete all related assessments with an average score of at least 80%.
As part of its relationship with IACET, EWN provides recognized and rigorous trainings developed and delivered to ensure comprehensive regulatory compliance and the highest levels of learner knowledge transfer, engagement, and success.
Payment must be received two (2) days before the scheduled event.
Registration for this training closes the Friday before the scheduled event.
Registrants canceling more than ten (10) business days in advance are eligible for a full refund, less a 20% processing fee, or registration for a later date at no cost. Registrants failing to attend without notification will not receive a refund. Cancellation and refund requests should be made by emailing [email protected].
Individuals registering for an ONLINE instructor-led training who do not possess an audio- and video-capable device with a reliable internet connection will not be eligible to attend on the training day. Due to accreditation obligations, there are no exceptions to this policy.
Individuals arriving more than twenty (20) minutes late to an EWN learning event may be asked to re-register for a future training event and assessed a $100 re-registration fee.
All beginning and ending training times are Central Standard Time (CST) unless noted otherwise.
Enrollment dates, qualification status, and course scoring will be accessible to your company administrators and supervisors per the user permissions in your Energy Worldnet account.