Staying prepared takes teamwork, co-ordination and an effective response plan. The session will discuss some of the approaches TransCanada takes to always be prepared for anything.
TransCanada’s Emergency Management Program applies to all aspects of Emergency Preparedness and Response. It means doing whatever is required to ensure the safety and security of the public, regardless of the cause of the emergency or how it occurred. The purpose of the system is to protect the health, safety or welfare of people, or to limit damage to property, company operations and the environment.
This presentation will give a brief overview of TransCanada Pipeline’s Emergency Management program.
Jeff Mackenzie, Emergency Manager, Major Projects, TransCanada
Jeff Mackenzie is an Emergency Manager in Major Projects with TransCanada Pipeline with more than 24 years’ experience in Emergency Preparedness & Response. He has specialized knowledge and experience in Emergency Services Management, OH&S Program Development and Risk Mitigation.
Jeff has been actively involved in a variety of settings and his education and related experience have given him a broad perspective in the world of preparedness & response.
Jeff has previously been a flight paramedic, a firefighter, practiced in Northern medical clinics and completed his Business Degree in Emergency Management.