Join CAMO (Coastal and Marine Operators) as they explore the issues and challenges in preventing spills, releases, and damage to underwater pipelines and utilities which negatively impact the environment and public safety.
Full presentations available shortly.
Featured Speakers and Topics
Jason W. Campbell
Vice President of HSE, Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company, LLC
Topic: Dredge and Pipeline safety a Dredger perspective. Challenges and opportunities to keep crews safe on the water.
Manager, One Call Concepts - 811, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Topic: Making a marine 811 notification, how it works, what to expect and keys to project safety
Captain, U.S. Coast Guard, Deputy Sector Commander, USCG Sector / Air Station Corpus Christi, TX
Topic: Corpus Christi Tule Lake - August 2020 Dredge/ Pipeline Accident Response and Review
Chairman (meeting Host), Coastal And Marine Operators
Topic: Marine Pipeline safety 101, safety resources and training, saving lives and the environment a Team effort
Marti Lucore, PMP, MPM
Senior Project Manager, US Army Corps of Engineers - New Orleans District, Projects and Restoration Branch
Topic: River deepening/ dredging/ restoration activities – what is driving all this US activity, how its occurring, schedules and what role pipelines play
Darrin M. McGreevy
Transportation Security Specialist, Security Operations, Surface Operations, Intermodal Security Training and Exercise Program (I-STEP) Coordinator, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) – HQ, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS)
Topic: Pipeline Security and I-STEP – what is it, want you need to know, how to notify and resources
Fire Chief for the City of Corpus Christi, Chairperson of the Local Emergency Planning Committee
Topic: Corpus Christi Dredge/ Pipeline Accident – Fire and EMS first responder events, challenges and learning’s
Joined by: Ken Erben, Assistant Chief of Operations
Tony Perez, Battalion Chief
Joanne Salge, LEPC Coordinator