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Field Services Coordinator + Data Analyst
How many years have you been with Dynamic Risk and what is your role? I am a Field Services Coordinator and Data Analyst at Dynamic Risk. I joined the team in November 2014.
What is special about the work you do at Dynamic Risk? Dynamic Risk Upstream Services offer the ability to venture out into the field to collect data and observations about client assets such as wells, pipelines, and facilities. The team is able to map these assets by taking video and pictures with a drone and with leveraging GPS technology and our Explorer software, we know the exact location to capture the details over top of their assets. Using the imagery that we provide through our drones, the client can log into Explorer to view pictures and data specific to their assets. Having real-time access to data saves our clients both time and money in getting “boots on the ground” in remote areas and advances the decision making process.
What is your proudest moment at Dynamic Risk? When Dynamic Risk started the field services division, I knew immediately that I could draw upon my 20+ years of field experience. I have a deep understanding of the equipment, field conditions, and the safety considerations which are a critical component for operators to understand. I have learned from the best professionals in industry who have 30 years of field experience, from working with my dad as a diamond driller in the remote mountains of Alaska, to prospecting with geologists at diamond mines. My background helps keep our team safe during field visits, helps me plan our fieldwork upstream services, and ensures that everything runs smoothly.
What is the next challenge you want to accomplish? I love a challenge, especially in areas that I do not know much about and I am willing and want to expand my management skills. An exciting activity I just picked up is golf. I’m terrible at it, but I am willing to develop my expertise!
Do you have a favorite quote? My favorite quote is, “It’s nice to be important but it’s more important to be nice”. I have used it since I was a teenager and communicate it’s importance with my kids, that hopefully one day, they will say that to their kids. It’s one of my favorites.