At Envent Corporation we are honored to help our key customers, like #Valero, give back to the community. #UnitedWay #GivingBack #GoodCause
Our friends and coworkers in the Gulf Coast area have been struggling with Hurricane Harvey’s wrath of devastating floods since Friday, August 25th. It looks like they are in for another 4-5 days of nasty weather before the water begins to recede. Unfortunately, several Envent team members have homes that have flooded and cars that are no longer operational.
Many of you have asked what you can do to help, so Envent Corporation has started a fund to help those who were affected. What you may or may not know, at least ELEVEN (11) Envent associates and their families have been evacuated from flooded houses. Some have lost everything. In the days ahead, we will highlight their stories and post more information. Please do what you can to help them get a running start to rebuilding their lives.
Since we cannot offer assistance in person and most in the Gulf are sheltering in place, please donate what you can and continue to keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
The event was hosted by Houston Business Roundtable and HASC.
Showing in the picture from left to right is:
Dennis Malveaux – Safety Lead and STAT Co-Facilitator from the Huntsman Chemical O&O facility
Joe Robinson – Safety Supervisor Gulf Coast Region for Envent Corporation
David Mathewson – Global training Manager Huntsman Chemical
As part of the new Petroleum Refinery Sector Risk & Technology Review (RSR) regulations, Envent helps Shell – Deer Park complete first flareless turnaround project on time with no incidents.
We know the price to success, DEDICATION; hard work and devotion never fails. It’s not possible to prevent every equipment failure, however, keep in mind that responding immediately 99.3% of the time, for every issue we might have and doing what it takes to fix the issue as quickly and safely as possible is what builds trust, and a better customer relationship. It’s what makes ENVENT #1.
Our customers understand that we use mobile equipment, driven hard, over rough roads and in adverse conditions. We can do everything in our power to keep our systems working, and in fact do a great job of that, but equipment can still breakdown. It’s the response to those failures that our customers judge us on, not the actual failure itself.