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Economic Insights with Scott Clemons of Brown Brothers Harriman

Economic Insights with Scott Clemons of Brown Brothers Harriman

Economic Insights with Scott Clemons of Brown Brothers Harriman

Economic Insights with Scott Clemons of Brown Brothers Harriman

Economic Insights with Scott Clemons of Brown Brothers Harriman

Uncertainty surrounding the spread of the coronavirus and the future of U.S. trade relations are weighing heavily on both economic and market sentiment.  In this AWO webinar, Scott Clemons, the Chief Investment Strategist at AWO affiliate member Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., provides his analysis of the U.S. economic cycle and insight into the forces shaping global trade, financial markets, and the domestic economy. 

Scott is one of BBH’s primary thinkers, writers, and speakers on topics related to the economy, financial markets, and investing, and he is a frequent contributor to CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and other business news outlets.
 

Virtual Summer of Safety - What Makes a Successful Falls Overboard Prevention Program with Eric Fetty

Virtual Summer of Safety - What Makes a Successful Falls Overboard Prevention Program with Eric Fetty

Virtual Summer of Safety - What Makes a Successful Falls Overboard Prevention Program with Eric Fetty

Virtual Summer of Safety - What Makes a Successful Falls Overboard Prevention Program with Eric Fetty

Virtual Summer of Safety - What Makes a Successful Falls Overboard Prevention Program with Eric Fetty

As the last event in the Virtual Summer of Safety initiative, AWO hosted the webinar “What Makes a Successful Falls Overboard Prevention Program?” with Eric Fetty of Marathon Petroleum Company on Tuesday, September 1, 2020. His presentation focused on Marathon’s falls overboard prevention program, which has helped drive down that company’s falls overboard to zero since its introduction in 2012. He discussed how other companies can develop company-specific prevention strategies, engage employees in hands-on training, identify human factors that play a role in falls overboard incidents, and mitigate the risks those factors create. Mr. Fetty also answered many audience-submitted questions.
Virtual Summer of Safety - Closing the Gap in Hazard Recognition Competency with Michael Fleming

Virtual Summer of Safety - Closing the Gap in Hazard Recognition Competency with Michael Fleming

Virtual Summer of Safety - Closing the Gap in Hazard Recognition Competency with Michael Fleming

Virtual Summer of Safety - Closing the Gap in Hazard Recognition Competency with Michael Fleming

Virtual Summer of Safety - Closing the Gap in Hazard Recognition Competency with Michael Fleming

As part of the Virtual Summer of Safety, AWO hosted the webinar “Closing the Gap in Hazard Recognition Competency” with Michael Fleming of Decision Point Associates, Inc. on Tuesday, August 18, 2020. His presentation identified building blocks proven to close the hazard recognition competency gap at all levels of an organization or company and discussed leadership’s role in ensuring dependably safe work.
Virtual Summer of Safety - Lessons Learned & Best Practices with Industry Safety Leaders

Virtual Summer of Safety - Sharing is Caring – Industry Safety Leaders Present Lessons Learned & Best Practices

Virtual Summer of Safety - Sharing is Caring – Industry Safety Leaders Present Lessons Learned & Best Practices

Virtual Summer of Safety - Sharing is Caring – Industry Safety Leaders Present Lessons Learned & Best Practices

Virtual Summer of Safety - Lessons Learned & Best Practices with Industry Safety Leaders

Virtual Summer of Safety - Sharing is Caring – Industry Safety Leaders Present Lessons Learned & Best Practices

As part of the Virtual Summer of Safety, AWO’s Safety Leadership Advisory Panel presented the “grab bag” webinar “Sharing is Caring – Industry Safety Leaders Present Lessons Learned and Best Practices” on July 28. It featured Mark Sawyer of Marathon Petroleum sharing safety best practices; Jo Ann Salyers of Salyers Solutions presenting lessons learned; and, Chaplains Bernadette St. Amand and Tom Rhoades of The Seamen's Church Institute, along with ACBL’s Ludy Brinck, discussing SCI’s COVID-19 crisis and stress mitigation resources and efforts to preserve industry mental health and resiliency.

 
Virtual Summer of Safety - Dealing with Extreme Heat and Hot Environments with Travis Hanebrink

Virtual Summer of Safety – Dealing with Extreme Heat and Hot Environments featuring Travis Hanebrink

Virtual Summer of Safety – Dealing with Extreme Heat and Hot Environments featuring Travis Hanebrink

Virtual Summer of Safety – Dealing with Extreme Heat and Hot Environments featuring Travis Hanebrink

Virtual Summer of Safety - Dealing with Extreme Heat and Hot Environments with Travis Hanebrink

On 07/22/2020, AWO hosted its fifth event in the Virtual Summer of Safety initiative, “Dealing with Extreme Heat and Hot Environments.” During the presentation and subsequent panel discussion, Travis Hanebrink, Safety Services Project Manager at CTEH, as well as members of the AWO Tankering & Barge Operations Subcommittee, provided expert and practicable advice and insights to companies preparing and implementing hot weather plans to mitigate environmental contributions to heat-related illness and keep workers safe as temperatures start to soar. Have questions or concerns? Email safety@americanwaterways.com. Need more information on the AWO Virtual Summer of Safety please visit americanwaterways.com/summerofsafety
 
Virtual Summer of Safety - "But I Don't Want to Wear My Mask" with Sharon Lipinski

Virtual Summer of Safety’s “But I Don't Want to Wear My Face Mask”

Virtual Summer of Safety’s “But I Don't Want to Wear My Face Mask”

Virtual Summer of Safety’s “But I Don't Want to Wear My Face Mask”

Virtual Summer of Safety - "But I Don't Want to Wear My Mask" with Sharon Lipinski

As part of the Virtual Summer of Safety, AWO hosted Sharon Lipinski, CEO of Habit Mastery Consulting, who presented “But I Don’t Want to Wear My Face Mask” to help those companies struggling to maintain their new COVID-19 safety regimen in the workplace. Sharon shared the six reasons employees resist COVID-19 safety guidelines, three tactics that make situations like these worse, and three steps companies can take to get employees to follow their COVID-19 safety procedures.

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