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Utility Health & Safety Webinar - Actions through visual analytics that will keep your teams safe

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Safety is paramount within organizations across the world and specifically within utility centric infrastructures that are physically deploying team/s to the field. The question is how can you collect, synthesize and present the data in an effective and efficient way.

Join Tableau, along with our partner Cleartelligence as we discuss how you can empower your teams to see, understand and monitor safety data to proactively mitigate and manage risk. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn more about your peers and the success of providing a data-driven culture to save lives, increase productivity and enable teams at every level to make informed decisions.

We’ll also share additional insights and resources on:

  • Analyzing and sharing utility safety data at high, mid, and low grain levels to a diverse group of field and corporate employees
  • Uncovering trends and outliers while examining your safety culture
  • Promoting and supporting a culture of data within your organization focused on safety
 

About the speakers

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Dustin Cabral

Dustin is Data Visualization and analytics lead at Cleartelligence Inc. He’s also one of New England’s most active Tableau community members and was co-leader of the Boston Tableau User Group, runs the annual “Chart Champ” dashboard competition, and is an accomplished Tableau e-learning instructor on Udemy. He has experience solving complex data problems in many industries including Retail, Pharma, Utilities, Medical Devices, Insurance and more.

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Srinivas Kosaraju

Senior Director, Public Sector Solution Engineers, Tableau

Srinivas leads the team of Solution Engineers that supports Tableau’s North American Public Sector customers. Srinivas started his career in Healthcare and Life Sciences building first generation data warehouses for electronic medical record and medical hardware companies. For the last fifteen years, Srinivas has worked in the Public Sector supporting large Federal and State and Local agencies as they implement Analytics to drive better outcomes for citizens. Srinivas is also a thought leader, speaking to agency leads and at conferences about how to develop a data culture and the science of visualization.