WDC Webinar - Large Scale Industrial Losses: When BIG Things Go Wrong

Join Us for the Wisconsin Defense Counsel Webinar
Large Scale Industrial Losses: When BIG Things Go Wrong
December 17, 2020, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. (Central)
Provided by WDC Corporate Sponsor,

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This one-hour webinar presentation will focus on larger-scale commercial and industrial losses. S-E-A Mechanical Engineer, Kyle W. Osier, P.E., will discuss mechanical components and systems in the large-scale industrial market, common ways they fail, and the domino effect they may cause in terms of additional failures and/or business interruption. This presentation will appeal to attorneys who desire a basic knowledge of mechanical equipment and systems in the large-scale industrial market. It will also highlight some of the key areas of focus for attorneys immediately following a large industrial loss.

This presentation is approved for 1 hour of CLE credit in Wisconsin.

Speakers:

Kyle Osier P.E., CFEI


Mechanical Engineer

Mr. Osier earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Iowa State University. Prior to joining SEA, Ltd. (S-E-A), he spent 11 years working for a full-service consulting firm, focusing on mechanical systems for power plants. Mr. Osier has been involved with all aspects of the design process, from concept through construction. More specifically, he has experience designing mechanical systems, specifying mechanical equipment, implementing his own construction drawings and specifications, troubleshooting installation and maintenance issues, and working with other disciplines to execute and complete a project.

Mr. Osier's background and knowledge enables him to investigate system failures involving mechanical equipment, plumbing piping equipment, process piping, gas-fired equipment, gas piping systems, plant utility systems, pumps, HVAC systems, including heating and cooling equipment, water treatment processes, waste water systems, tanks and vessels, fire protection systems, and industrial accidents. He is fully capable to conduct scene examinations and documentation, determine root causes of failures, 3D laser scans and survey scenes, collect and preserve evidence, and review system design, equipment installation, and code compliance. Mr. Osier is a licensed professional engineer in multiple states.

Attendee Highlights

  • Will learn about mechanical components and systems in the large-scale industrial market, common ways they fail, and the domino effect they may cause in terms of additional failures and/ or business interruptions.
  • This presentation will appeal to attorneys who desire a basic knowledge of mechanical equipment and systems in the large-scale industrial market.
  • It will also highlight some of the key areas of focus for attorneys immediately following a large industrial loss.

Registration link: https://sealimited.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xlxoXZRnTp-rIJVf2z-VXg

Registration is complimentary for all Wisconsin Defense Counsel members to attend.