The two-day event will help offshore wind businesses ensure safety remains a top priority as the industry develops
For Immediate Release: January 17, 2023
Media Contact: Melinda Skea |[email protected] | 202-709-9793
New Orleans – The Oceantic Network, the largest nonprofit working to accelerate U.S. offshore wind development and build a dedicated domestic supply chain, will host its annual OSW O&M/Health & Safety Summit beginning Thursday, January 19, in New Orleans. The two-day Summit will focus on how the offshore wind industry can ensure that safety remains a high-level priority as it grows.
As the offshore wind industry continues to mature, it is critical that its support systems categorized as operations & maintenance and health & safety are strong and resilient across the industry. In the next few years several projects are set to get underway, and the industry will begin to see a lot of steel in the water. As the industry accelerates, it must answer key questions around industry standards for operations and maintenance.
This event will feature speakers from the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), National Academy of Science, as well as industry leaders Equinor, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, and RWE to discuss topics including design concepts to improve safety outcomes, transparency in data-sharing, and innovations in workforce training.
WHAT: OSW O&M/Health & Safety Summit
WHEN: Thursday, January 19 (9 a.m. -5 p.m.)
Friday, January 20 (8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.)
Click here to view the agenda and full list of speakers.
WHERE: NOPSI Hotel
317 Baronne Street, New Orleans, LA, 70112
Thank you to our host sponsors Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organization, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Gulf Research Program, and RWE.
As a non-profit organization, the Oceantic Network’s driving purpose is to inform, coordinate, and mobilize human ingenuity, enterprise, and labor to take advantage of the urgent need to tap the vast offshore wind and renewable energy resources that lie in the world’s oceans. The collective, coordinated efforts of our 600+ members equip communities and nations to accelerate the transition to clean energy and create economic opportunities.