MEETING FORMAT CHANGES DUE TO COVID-19
Due to the current Corona Virus Pandemic that is affecting our country we have been holding our monthly meetings through a video conference platform. Like all of you, we are unsure of how long the limitations on group meetings, or the ongoing social distancing will be in place. We will send out more details as the situation progresses. Our mission is always the safety of our members and our industry, so we will continue to follow the CDC guidelines and best practices as we move forward. Check back often for updates. We miss seeing our members and friends, and look forward to the day we can do so in person.
In the interim we would love to have you share any safety moments, near misses, and other industry safety discussions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, shared with our group on LinkedIN, posted to our facebook page, or sent to us to distribute. If you are interested in speaking to our group via video conference in the coming months until we can all meet in person please reach out to Carrie as well.
The DJ Basin Safety Council is a not-for-profit organization which
began to promote standardized safety training for major producers in the oil and gas industry. Our goal was to assist contractors in locating cost effective training to help meet safety requirements
set by major oil companies. Over the years our mission has expanded to include sharing safety information and requirements with contractors, operators, emergency personnel, and community members within the areas we perform operations. As active members of the oil and gas industry, we work closely with communities, government and other organizations for the
benefit of all involved. We work as a safety liaison between producers, contractors and
government organizations. We have worked closely with OSHA personnel and developed an ongoing Alliance Partnership to keep safety at the forefront of everything we do. Join the DJ Basin Safety Council and we’ll work together to promote environmental & safety awareness and industry advancement through standardized safety training, safety collaboration and information sharing, and operational responsibility.