Expanding Safety Using Drones for Confined Space Entry and Other Critical Tasks - Shared screen with speaker view
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An Introduction to Drones for Workplace Safety (Drone Webinar Series #1) https://nsc-org.zoom.us/rec/play/v0XKL3MHZxLqYWJfqUr5DgpeNaxsB9Vfu6obts2nsMrlSgAMBmd90QMqvS48pL_TdfgwB53xcN2SoXB8.uxPLY8gS3lrqP90i?startTime=1631030469000
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Hello everyone. Greetings from Miami, FL
Hello from Aurora, Colorado
Hello there, Sarah Ballini-Ross from SAIF Corporation based in Salem, Oregon.
Hello from Virginia Beach, VA
Hi Jake Lowell, State of Wisconsin Risk Management.
Greg here. I'm the radiation safety officer at a high dose nuclear facility in TN.
Chris McGlynn, Roco Rescue, Director of Safety Services.
Hello from St. Peters MMO
Darrel Morris, Gas Free Engineer Portsmouth Naval Shipyard - Department of the Navy
Hello, Mike Gloria from Power Construction Company in Chicago. Safety manager and resident commercial drone pilot, especially in our aviation division
Lloyd Juarez. Greetings, from San Marcos. Texas
David McIntosh, BITCO Insurance Companies, Interested in seeing how drone technology can improve risk control services. Texas.
Patrick Mulrooney, IH out of Lockheed Martin at the Jersey site.
Michael LeMoine, Health & Safety Manager, Seattle Public Utilities
Hello All, St. Louis, MO US Army Corps of Engineers, Safety Office . Rhonda Johnson MSN RN Occupational Health Nurse,
Caitlin Raasch, Safety Manager at Bloomington Normal Water Reclamation District, I am just getting an idea if there are any applications that drones could assist us with.
Hi everyone. Michelle Kite from Walgreens. Drone Safety is new to us as an organization so looking for learning new things to ensure the safety of team members and the community.
Hi, Celia Lopes from Cummins HSE Management of Change leader
Gordy Koch, Sheboygan WI. Fehr Graham Engineering and Environmental. We use drones now for surveying site properties, and I have been interested for years in using them for safety applications.
Roberto Pineda, Panama Consulting Group, use of drones in safety and security activities, Panama City, Panama,
Jeff Jarvela, Eveleth, MN, Cleveland-Cliffs Inc., Iron Mining, we currently use drones for stoke pile management and blast review.
Matt Birdsley, West Palm Beach, FL
Don Kunde, Illinois State University, Assistant Director EHS. Looking to expand drone program and use on campus.
Used drones for the first time to evaluate structural hazards during hurricane Ida. Good experience!
Mark Veach, Pierce Transit-Training we are starting to use a drone for driver training and for testing turning movements of a bus
James Aberson, Chatham County Govt. Occ. Safety and Risk Mgmt. Personal drone user. Savannah, GA
Greeting from Toyota Research & Development, Ann Arbor, MI. I'm a Safety Engineer, 15 yrs in Safety. Interested in drone use for Confined Spaces.
Matthew Rehlander, Corporate Director of Safety - US First Onsite Property Restoration
Safety Services Consultant in Texas with WC carrier. Looking to see how to introduce the drone concept to employers in all industries.
Delicia Holland, Omaha Public Schools, Omaha, Nebraska. Considering potential feasibility for high elevations and confined spaces.
Manuel Guerrero, Miami-Dade County Mosquito Control Safety Officer, previously served as a Safety Officer and training manager of aviation ground operations for Signature Flight Support BBA. Currently not using drones, interested with the possibilities of integrating them as an accident/incident investigation tool and also future applications with pesticides and hot spot monitoring for mosquito control operations.
how many of the panelist have their 107 license?
William (Bill) Moran
Hello all - Bill Moran Sr. Risk Control Specialist for PMA Management Corp. Of New England. -- Looking forward to learning so much with unique technology in its many many uses.
I have mine
We work both at heights and in confined spaces and I am trying to justify integrating drones into our jobsites. I am having a hard time explaining to my boss though
Are full protective cages recommended instead of blade guards?
yes we can see it
Good question Matthew! Could you submit this in the Q&A please?
William (Bill) Moran
Yes we can see it
video was good
Blade Guards vs. full cages: My experience is that this is highly dependent on the application. Think of this like picking a construction hammer vs. a roofing hammer. A full cage is great for the super confined environment I showed in the video
blade guards are great for larger building type spaces, I've used both quite effectively but for piping, underground, inside a boiler, I like a full cage.
If clients are smaller, Is this more beneficial to have the work outsourced and the client be given the data?
Thank you for your time and information. Very good presentation.
Excellent webinar! Thanks all!
Thanks you very much for your time and trouble! Very interesting.
Thank you for your time and efforts
ty great info
Great stuff, thanks everyone
William (Bill) Moran
Great presentation and good info
Thank you all very good presentation.
Great job eye opener. As commercial drone pilot real eye opener
Thank you! Great info!