We've made it even easier to answer your questions! You'll now be able to talk with the S-E-A Team via a new chat feature on our website. Simply click the chat box indicated in the photo where you will be connected to a team member who can efficiently address your needs.
We've welcomed back Tech Talk Tuesdays! Join us this Tuesday, January 19th as S-E-A Electrical Engineers Tiffany Koerner, P.E., IAAI-CFI, CFEI and James Meyer, P.E., CFEI, CVFI discuss electrical accidents and fire investigations. They'll provide a basic overview of electricity from generation to distribution as well as failure modes and effects (such as arcing, high resistance connections, arc tracking and overloads) of electrical devices and how they relate to fire investigations.
10,809 virtual meetings
30,964 virtual meeting participants
523,544 internal messages
In honor of National Technology Day, we'd like to share some of our 2020 virtual participation statistics and shine a spotlight on our skilled and talented team of IT professionals. In a time where virtual connection is paramount, they were able to ensure our internal and external lines of communication remained open and efficient.
Hosted by DRI, join us Wednesday, December 9th at 1 PM EST as members of our Mechanical Engineering/Vehicle Accident Reconstruction Practice, Fawzi P. Bayan, P.E., Jonathan Nelson, P.E., CMI and Mark Shafer discuss the technology that is accessible today to evaluate multiple types of objects or pedestrian accidents in a clear and convincing fashion.
Visibility is evaluated in multiple ways, from simple observations, to a review of literature, to calculations using published or assumed data, to comprehensive experimental data collection and testing using specialized tools and calculations, to a combination of all.
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Congratulations to Maggie Minnich, Doug Morr and Juliet Gridley! 2020 marks each of their 20-year anniversaries with S-E-A. On this milestone achievement, we truly appreciate their dedication and service, and are extremely proud to have them on the S-E-A Team!
Yesterday we held our first virtual employee orientation. Though we would normally be here together in person, we wouldn't miss this opportunity to officially welcome these individuals to the S-E-A Team!
Starting out as an initiative to help local businesses and their employees get back to work sooner during the pandemic, S-E-A now offers human and surface COVID-19 testing analysis. This Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) analysis is performed by our trained toxicologists and lab technicians in our Chemical Laboratory.
In this changing environment where most meetings and interactions are now virtual, S-E-A is adapting to perform our work safely and successfully for our clients. Authored by Regional Business Development Manager, Dick Basom, Mechanical Engineering Discipline Lead, Jason Mattice, P.E., M.S. and Mechanical Consultant, Troy Graham, CFEI, and published by the International Association of Claim Professionals (IACP), see the link here for our article on Evolving Claims Investigations - Utilizing Remote Inspections Effectively.
Hosted by DRI, join us Thursday, September 24th at 1 PM EST as Mechanical Engineers Dusty Boyd, P.E. and Katelyn Supan explain the methods used to understand and characterize the real-world conditions of accidents or collisions in which a motorcycle is involved. This course describes the key differences present in accident reconstruction when a motorcycle is involved and aims to assist those participating in the claim resolution process.
Make sure to add it to your calendar!