We can all benefit from seeing good news each Friday! S-E-A is honored to partner with The Risk Institute on their Good News Friday initiative this week, highlighting the science, technology and research S-E-A is doing to help decrease the spread of COVID-19, boost community confidence and ensure the local and national communities are safe.
To derive some clarity from chaos, S-E-A’s professionals have developed a method of obtaining surface samples and analyzing them in accordance with CDC established protocols to help provide confidence to your employees and patrons. Whether used to address the effectiveness of cleaning procedures, instill confidence in your new work rotation, or help avoid potential allegations regarding your company’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, S-E-A’s 50 years of collecting samples and data to solve complex problems can help to mitigate your concerns.
We welcome the opportunity to discuss your company’s specific issues regarding COVID-19 and to develop a customized testing plan that helps to achieve the goals of your business.
We are very proud to share that S-E-A Sr. Electrical Engineer Samuel G. Sudler PE, IntPE, DFE, MIET, CFEI, CVFI has been elected by the Board of Directors of the National Society of Professional Engineers as a NSPE Fellow!
Congratulations to our Director of Technical Training and Senior Fire Investigator, Randy Watson, on being elected as the Second Vice President of the International Association of Arson Investigators.
As a global pandemic changes the way each of us continue to do business, S-E-A wants our clients to know that we are still here. Click here to read a message from our CEO, Jason Baker, on how S-E-A is well prepared to continue to serve your forensic engineering, investigative and testing needs.
S-E-A, with co-hosts Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti, hosted a day of education on Defending Trucking and Vehicle Claims in the 21st Century. Attendees heard presentations surrounding trucking claims related to imaging sciences, toxicology, mechanics and biomechanics, along with a panel discussion on the future of autonomous vehicles featuring Locomation and Aurora. After the presentations, attendees were given a tour of Heinz Field!
Congratulations to Captain Christopher Karentz who was awarded the Art Campbell Outstanding Mariner Award by the Fort Lauderdale Mariners Club. This award is not given out on an annual basis, but rather only when the club officers meet and decide that someone has had a significant enough impact on the club and/or local marine industry to merit the award. Art Campbell is one of the founding members of FLMC and only Art and three others have received this award.
Our Colorado office had a great time volunteering throughout the year at Freedom Service Dogs of America! This organization unleashes the potential of dogs by transforming them into custom-trained, life-changing assistance dogs for people in need. What's not to love? Lots of dogs, serving an organization that transforms lives, and oh... did we mention dogs? Looking forward to our next visit!
Learn more about this great organization here.
Congratulations to our Candle Lab Technicians for a record-breaking 25,170 candles tested in October! This beats last year's October record by almost 5,000.
Click here to learn more about S-E-A Candle Safety and Testing.