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In this episode of The Power Producers Podcast, David Carothers and co-host Kyle Houck interview Mark Suski, SET, CFPS, and Associate Director at Jensen Hughes. Mark talks about his knowledge and experience in risk engineering, and the hazards of dust.

Episode Highlights:

  • Mark shares how he got into risk engineering. (2:19)
  • Mark gives us a brief background of what risk engineering is. (4:39)
  • Mark mentions other aspects of risk engineering. (6:35)
  • How did the pandemic affect Mark’s career? (10:01)
  •  Mark explains how some aspects of his job changed, due to COVID.(12:21)
  • Who are the people that typically reach out to Mark and hire him to go in, and risk engineer? (16:54)
  • Mark shares the biggest win he’s ever had, as a result of performing the risk engineering study. (28:30)
  •  What’s Mark’s specific specialty? (35:34)
  • Mark shares the top three things that people should recognize when it comes to equipment safety. (39:43)
  • Mark shares the dangers of dust. (42:00)

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “Safety and protection in human life is always on the top of the list. You know, that’s always going to be the first question, the first  box that we’re going to check is going to be life safety, and protection of people.” – Mark Suski
  • “When companies look at not only cost-wise, I think it helps bring down costs, but it helps, maintain. And, I think it’s only going to get better and refined.” – Mark Suski
  • “When you think about it, risk engineering kind of does look at everything holistically… Because, A, they wanted to know what happened to my building, my structure and people. And, B, what would happen to my building, my structure, and my manufacturing processes.” – Mark Suski

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