Brochure: February 2014 Safety Roundtable.pdf
Roundtables offer a unique forum for peer-to-peer sharing of experiences, critical issues and expertise. The roundtable is a discussion group, open only to RMEL members. Discussion is based on topics brought by attendees. Typically one or two presentations are given, followed by attendee discussion and sharing. Roundtables are focused on the open discussion period and provide each attendee the opportunity for participation and dialogue on their particular issue. The roundtable is a good opportunity to share experiences, troubleshoot problems and network with peers in a smaller, informal setting. Each participant is offered a chance to pose questions and share information. All attendees are encouraged to bring issues for discussion and materials for sharing. The Safety Roundtable provides a unique opportunity for members to come together to share experiences and expertise in the area of safety in the utility industry. There has been strong support from members to meet on a quarterly basis to discuss current safety topics, product experience and safety related issues. After a presentation, the remaining time is spent in an open forum where everyone has a chance to provide or request information that is relevant to them and other attendees.