Since 2011, Storm Services Engineering has provided support resources for electric utilities across the United States. We are proud to say we were on the ground floor of emergency preparedness, providing multiple services to our clients. We continually search for improvement opportunities, create, and implement industry best practices. We seek out, recruit, train, and manage the highest quality resources available in the industry. We keep our standards high. We supply individuals who are the right fit. We believe our clients deserve that.
Our team members:
- possess an abundant amount of industry experience that exceeds clients’ minimum standards.
- work safely and professionally and provide a positive image for our clients.
- take part in annual industry comprehensive technical and safety refresher training and are required to pass evaluations.
- are eager and committed to providing quality work.
- arrive with all necessary personal protective equipment necessary to safely perform their tasks.
- maintain a level of flexibility that allows them to easily adapt to clients’ requests and processes.
- demonstrate honesty and integrity.
- are prepared to work long hours and work nighttime hours and shifts.
Our Field Management:
- are seasoned, passionate, experienced, handpicked leaders
- communicates regularly and concisely, building effective working relationships with their client contacts.
- ensures that safety and process protocols are followed.
- checks work quality consistency and manages workflow.
- enables the “one point of contact” operation method. This helps to reduce the client’s management burden.
- monitors the wellbeing, location, and status of team members.
- organizes work shifts when requested.
- implements direction as a result of scope and work priority changes.
Storm Services Engineeering practices a model of uncompromising safety:
- Each event begins with general information for deployment travel safety, giving team members a safe start as they leave their homes.
- When arriving on-site, a group “initial on-site” safety and informational meeting is held and documented.
- Interactive daily morning safety meetings are held. New and existing identified hazards, safety practices, and client safety messages are some of the items discussed.
- Pre job briefs are conducted on the job site, documented, and updated as the scope and potential hazards change.
- Team members immediately report incidents or safety concerns to their team leader.
- Safety stops are conducted if there is an immediate need to share information with all team members.
- De-mobilization meetings are held to share known travel information and help ensure safe travel.