Hear from industry experts and share ideas on the challenges and opportunities facing your companies and the energy industry.
Eagan, MN (PRWEB) July 16, 2012
“Exciting industry topics of the day are on the agenda at MEA’s Fall Executive Summit,” says Tim Dehring, chair of MEA’s board of directors and senior vice president, transmission and engineering for Northern Indiana Public Service Co. The summit is September 19-21,2012 in Indianapolis, IN.
Dehring continues, “The topics include participative discussion around employee safety, customer service, contractor partnerships, employee succession planning, and the evolving dialog on hydraulic fracturing. Additionally, we will enjoy some opportunities unique to Indianapolis, a discussion on infrastructure preparedness for this past super bowl, and a tour of the Midwest ISO electric control center. Please join me in Indiana to hear from industry experts and share ideas on the challenges and opportunities facing your companies and our industry.”
Near fatal accidents effect significantly more than just immediate workers. The company, co-workers, friends, immediate family and extended family all feel the long lasting effects of near fatal workplace accidents. Based on his personal experience, Chad Powers, Madison Gas and Electric Company, will share how a task he had performed numerous time changed his life and those around him forever.
- Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator (MISO) Facility Tour
- Infrastructure Preparedness for the Super Bowl: All About Safety, Security, and Reliability
- Hydraulic Fracking 101
- Near Fatal Accident: How it Changed My Life
- 2012 Election Update
- Puget Sound Energy’s Service Model for Distribution Construction and Maintenance
- Making Contractor Partnerships Stronger, in an Uncertain World
- How to Attract and Retain the Best and the Brightest, that’s Succession Planning
For more information or to register, please visit http://www.midwestenergy.org or contact Kara Malmgren at (651) 289-9600 x111.
MEA serves the people that deliver electricity and natural gas to homes and business. MEA (Midwest ENERGY Association) was founded as a trade association over 100 years ago by distribution utilities, whose vision was to improve safety and efficiency. Today, utility companies around the globe benefit from MEA's industry learning seminars, operations summits, and other events. Members collaborated to develop EnergyU, the world's premier online training and testing system for gas and electric distribution utilities.