If you are in the pipeline industry, you’ve come to the right place. The Xi Safety Team will be out in full force attending events and networking with all you industry professionals at sessions and official functions. Xi Safety TM Inc attended at the last International Pipeline Expo as an exhibitor in September 2014 and met some great people. We hope to see all of you again at the Expo.
Held in partnership with the world renowned International Pipeline Conference, the biennial International Pipeline Exposition brings together thousands of leading professionals to explore a showcase of over 250 of the industry’s most recognized brands and the latest pipeline technologies, products and services.
•Visit 275 companies exhibiting today’s foremost technologies, products and services
•Connect with over 6,500 technical and business leaders
•Source from the global marketplace converging from 50+ countries
Explore Your Industry & Develop Your Opportunities
Global Petroleum Show (GPS) is the meeting place for the global energy industry. GPS provides a comprehensive view of the industry at work. Whether you are just starting your career in energy or are an experienced professional, the show offers you numerous face-to-face opportunities to explore the energy industry.
Looking for live demos and a hands-on experience? Global Petroleum Show has it all. Seeking new technologies to unlock business potential? You can find it here. Also, not to be missed, are the new featured zones, pavilions and the expansive outdoor display of field equipment. Global Petroleum Show continues to redefine the event experience making it a leader in the midst of a changing industry.
In 2016, leading oil & gas companies, business partners, media and industry analysts from over 84 countries will converge on Stampede Park in Calgary, Alberta. Global Petroleum Show will welcome C-level executives, engineers, industry experts and more from all walks of the energy industry.
Xi Safety will be at the Global Petroleum Show!!! C Ya There!!!!
Nobody ever thinks a disaster can happen to them. It was only a few summers ago that we had the Big Calgary Flood and the SNOWTEMBER storm dump about a meter of snow on us Calgarians September 2014. We all tend to see disasters as something that happens in other parts of the world such as earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados and even wars.
But how may of us are truly prepared? The old Boy Scout Motto of “Be Prepared” comes to mind. I can recall the big Y2K mania that occurred up to when midnight struck at the turn of 1999 when all sorts of calamities were supposed to befall mankind. Even ourselves got caught up in the all the excitement and put in a supply of food and water. Midnight struck and nothing! But we had lots of extra grub and supplies for the season of camping that year.
Seriously, you should be able to take care of yourself and your family for 72 hours with an emergency kit, stored in a waterproof container and wheeled, preferably. You might have to stay in our home without electricity, heat or water, or you might even have to evacuate your home.
Items such as food that doesn’t require cooking and wont spoil comes to mind such as granola and protein bars, nuts, dried fruit and canned fish are all good sources of protein and carbs. You will need at least 2 liters of water per day per person as well.
Equipment such as a manual can opener, flashlight and radio (battery or wind up), candles, lighter, waterproof matches, plastic sheeting, pens, paper, duct tape, whistle or some means to attract attention. You’ll need to ensure some means to wash, have a first aid kit, toilet paper, bleach, feminine supplies.
There might also be special needs such as infants, elderly, people with disabilities, prescriptions, pet items and others.
You should also have a list of emergency contacts (names and numbers), some extra cash in small bills, copies of important items such as passports, insurance documents, birth certificates and possibly medical plan cards.
The good folks over at Calgary Emergency Management Agency CEMA http://www.calgary.ca/CSPS/cema/Pages/home.aspx?redirect=/cema have some free info for every Calgarian. Drop in and tell ’em Xi sent you.