S&E: The Center for Offshore Safety – Working Together with Industry to Establish a Culture of Safety

Speaker: Jack Toellner, P.E., CSP
Speaker Jack Toellner, P.E., CSP
Senior Safety Consultant ExxonMobil Development Company Mr. Toellner is a Senior Safety Consultant for ExxonMobil and has responsibility for providing technical safety and leadership support to construction and management teams around the world.  Mr. Toellner has been with ExxonMobil for 30 + years, and has professional and management experience in construction management, engineering ...

Senior Safety Consultant ExxonMobil Development Company



Mr. Toellner is a Senior Safety Consultant for ExxonMobil and has responsibility for providing technical safety and leadership support to construction and management teams around the world.  Mr. Toellner has been with ExxonMobil for 30 + years, and has professional and management experience in construction management, engineering and design, environmental affairs, and safety.  He is both a registered professional engineer and a certified safety professional.  Mr. Toellner holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Texas A & M University, and a Masters of Public Health degree in Occupational Safety and Health Management from Tulane University.

 

Mr. Toellner's business and industry support activities have taken him to 25 + countries around the world, and he has received multiple awards and recognitions throughout his career for his contributions to improving the development and execution of environmental and safety programs both for Exxon Mobil and industry.

 

Mr. Toellner will be representing the Center for Offshore Safety which has defined its mission as promoting the highest level of safety for offshore drilling, completions & operations by facilitating effective leadership, teamwork, utilization of disciplined management systems, and independent third-party auditing & certification.

 


Full Description
After extensive review and development, the oil and natural gas industry has approved the creation of the Center for Offshore Safety, which will promote the highest level of safety for offshore operations, through an effective program that addresses management practices, communication and teamwork, and independent third-party auditing and verification.  The Center for Offshore Safety will draw on the lessons learned from successful, existing safety programs, applying the best elements of these programs to accommodate the unique challenges of offshore oil and natural gas operations.  The Center will be based in Houston and will be open to all companies that operate in deepwater exploration and production.
Organizer Christa Henager