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October 2018 Newsletter [ProvPSM Perspectives]

October has been a busy and exciting month here at Provenance Consulting. We’ve welcomed a new VP of Business Development, hosted our annual ASME tailgate at UT Austin, encouraged employees as they’ve spoken to students and industry professionals, and started planning for the upcoming holiday season. Read more about these items in this month’s ProvPSM Perspectives.Read more

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September 2018 Newsletter [ProvPSM Perspectives]

September has come and gone, and it is officially fall. Kids are back in school. Clients are chugging along. And ProvPSM is busier than ever. The fall is our recruiting season and the UT Engineering Expo offered an optimistic outlook for our next group of college Co-Ops.
The ProvPSM team took home 1st Place for Ribs at the fourth annual United Way Heat Up Hutchinson cook-off, beating out 26 other teams. Thank you, Kaci Walden, for organizing our team!
Additionally, James Topp published his first article offering some seasoned advice for young engineers – it’s a great read to share with any young engineers you know.
Next month we are looking forward to Sarah McDuffee‘s newest webinar on beating the “Training Brain Drain” – go online and register, and share it with others that might find it interesting.

IN THIS ISSUE:

Company News:

  • Recruiting Expo a Success (pg 1)
  • What to Know to Succeed at Your First ChemE Job” by James Topp (pg 4)

Industry Leadership:

  • Upcoming AIChE LIVE Webinar (pg 2)

Community Engagement:

  • Heat Up Hutchinson Kick Off Cook Off (Borger) (pg 2)

ProvPSM Personal Pursuits: (pg 3)

  • ProvPSM Proud Recognizing:
    • Jesse Verdier
    • Ene Okinedo
    • Justin Phillips
  • Workiversaries

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August 2018 Newsletter [ProvPSM Perspectives]

August 2018 stayed busy with client projects and trainings. In this month’s newsletter, read about how our recruiting efforts will be ramping up this fall. Check out the recent P&ID training completed with a client in Freeport. Learn how you can submit an abstract for the AIChE Spring Meeting. And importantly, read about your colleagues who are making ProvPSM Proud – all that and more in this this month’s newsletter.

IN THIS ISSUE:

Company News:

  • Recruiting Season is Upon Us (pg 1)
  • September Calendar (pg 1)

Industry Leadership:

  • Successful Onsite P&ID Training (pg 2)
  • AIChE Call for Abstracts (pg 2 & 4)

Community Engagement:

  • RCC Veteran’s Job Fair (pg 2)

ProvPSM Personal Pursuits:

  • ProvPSM Proud Recognizing:
    • James Topp
    • Aniqa Rahman
    • Kinzie Robins
    • Lauren Mercer
  • Workiversaries

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October 2018 Newsletter [ProvPSM Perspectives]
October has been a busy and exciting month here at Provenance Consulting. We’ve welcomed a new VP of Business Development, hosted our annual ASME tailgate at UT Austin, encouraged employees...
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Spring 2018 Company Newsletter [ProvPSM Perspectives]

IN THIS ISSUE:

Company News:

  • “ProvPSM” & Other Branding Initiatives (pg 1)
  • Meet Your New HR Manager (pg 2)
  • Upcoming Webinar: Communicating the Hazards (pg 3)
  • Annual Company Picnic Review (pg 2)

Industry Leadership:

  • Spring Conferences: AIChE & AFPM (pg 4)

Community Engagement: (pg 5)

  • Children’s Miracle Network Radiothon
  • Wild West Katy Brewfest for Katy Rotary
  • Hutchinson United Way Annual “Day of Caring”

ProvPSM Personal Pursuits: (pg 6)

  • New Hires, Promotions, Transitions & Workiversaries

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2018 #AIChESpring Meeting & Global Congress on Process Safety

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at the #AIChESpring Meeting & #GCPS

We are thrilled to be again participating in AIChE’s 14th Global Congress on Process Safety in Orlando, Florida April 23-25th, 2018. The event features a three-day program of technical papers and workshops on topics such as: Management Systems, Big Data Analytics, Industry 4.0, changes to Industry standards, HAZOP best practices, Improving Safety Culture, and Technology.Read more