Oct. 8, 2019


Description

Contractors and their subcontractors make up a significant portion of the field based workforce in the oil and gas industry. Therefore, their understanding of Life Critical Expectations is an important key to achieving a safe work environment. In 2019, Marathon Oil expanded their partnership with ISNetworld to help ensure that those performing work on-site understand our Life Critical Expectations. The new process enables 1) the delivery of training and administration of an exam to verify understanding, 2) the ability to track status at the individual level, and 3) a means to flag non-compliant individuals associated with drug & alcohol or life critical accountability issues. Paired with an overall refresh of our life critical expectations and the ongoing implementation of our Management System, Marathon Oil continues to reduce operational risk and drive continuous improvement in support of our commitment to safe, responsible and ethical operations.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Jill Niswonger
Speaker Jill Niswonger
Jill Niswonger is the HES Manager for Corporate Risk, Training and Process Safety for Marathon Oil. Her 21 year career with Marathon includes roles in Upstream and Downstream focusing on Health, Environment & Safety (HES), Incident Investigation, Auditing, Management Systems and Enterprise Risk Management. She previously worked for a filtration …

Jill Niswonger is the HES Manager for Corporate Risk, Training and Process Safety for Marathon Oil. Her 21 year career with Marathon includes roles in Upstream and Downstream focusing on Health, Environment & Safety (HES), Incident Investigation, Auditing, Management Systems and Enterprise Risk Management. She previously worked for a filtration company in the automotive industry. Jill serves on the Corporate Emergency Response Team and on committees including API, STEPS and STEER. Jill holds a BS from Bowling Green State University, a MS in Environmental Management from the University of Findlay, and is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP).

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Speaker: Sarah Dearbonne
Speaker Sarah Dearbonne
Sarah Dearbonne is currently the Life Critical Expectations Project Coordinator for Marathon Oil Company. Her 13 year career with Marathon Oil includes roles in Health, Environment & Safety (HES), HES Training Support, and Information Governance and Data Management. Additionally, she held a 3 year position as a Process Improvement Consultant …

Sarah Dearbonne is currently the Life Critical Expectations Project Coordinator for Marathon Oil Company. Her 13 year career with Marathon Oil includes roles in Health, Environment & Safety (HES), HES Training Support, and Information Governance and Data Management. Additionally, she held a 3 year position as a Process Improvement Consultant at Marathon Oil with a focus on eliminating process waste and identifying efficiency opportunities. Sarah has a Green Belt in Six Sigma and holds a Bachelors in Business Administration in MIS (Management Information Systems) from the University of Houston.

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Organizer

Angelo Pinheiro, CSP

713.494.4105


Date and Time

Tue, Oct. 8, 2019

2 p.m. - 3 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Marathon Oil Tower & Conference Center, P1021

5555 San Felipe
Houston, Texas 77056

Paid parking is available in the underground Visitors Garage.