AEGIS Loss Control conducts webinars tailored to the needs of our members throughout the year and posts them for viewing at any time on our website.
The next scheduled webinar, Cathodic Protection – Understanding the Results, will be held on Wednesday, December 21. Developed for AEGIS member companies with natural gas operations, this webinar is a follow up to a previous AEGIS Loss Control webinar, Cathodic Protection – Correct Techniques and Documentation, which was conducted in June.
This upcoming webinar will focus on how to interpret and apply the data from cathodic protection surveys. Our presenter, Walter Young of Corrpro Companies, Inc., will discuss what ground voltage or current flow readings mean and how these readings should be incorporated in the development of a remediation plan.
Please register now for Cathodic Protection – Understanding the Results which is scheduled for Wednesday, December 21, from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm, Eastern Time. One week prior to the webinar, registered attendees will receive instructions for participating. If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact Lucille Jackowski by e-mail or at 201.508.2736.
The following Loss Control webinars are currently posted on our website in the Webinars section and can be viewed at any time:
- Padmounted Equipment Inspection Programs
- Cathodic Protection – Correct Techniques & Documentation
- Inspection and Maintenance Practice for Steel T&D Structures
- Deployment and Integration of AMI Technology
- Sewer Laterals and Trenchless Technology
The Webinars section requires a password but it can be accessed by any employee of an AEGIS member company by following these steps:
- Go to http://www.aegislink.com/portal/losscontrolaccess.do
- Enter username: email@example.com
- Enter password: Loss2011
- Follow on-screen instructions
This access is for the password-protected Loss Control content only. Risk managers are encouraged to share this access with their colleagues in the operations, engineering and safety areas of their companies. For more information, please call AEGIS Loss Control at 201.508.2736.