Brian Hermann Receives Safety Letter of Recognition
Congratulations to Brian Hermann for his recent recognition for safety.
Brian joined the Nationwide Power team in 2000 and has over 30 years of experience in the critical power industry.
During a routine preventive maintenance appointment, Brian noticed the critical power room showed signs of regular sewer flooding. Water has been entering the electrical room near the orange cone in the picture below, just to the right of the UPS equipment. The stained floor shows that the water has reached as far as the support beam next to the UPS, behind the back of the UPS, and perhaps even under it. This poses major safety and environmental concerns.
Nationwide Power utilizes a Risk 360° technique when on site to evaluate risk factors in the critical power environment.
Brian, after observing this severe electrical hazard, properly addressed it with the client.
Thank you, Mr. Hermann, for your continued commitment to safety.
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