Terry Woolsey, CESCP
With more than three decades of experience in electrical safety and installations, Terry Woolsey has the expertise needed to plan, budget, organize, develop detailed safety plans and manage large and small outages, improve overall plant safety and navigate challenging low and high voltage electrical installations.
Over his accomplished career, Terry has championed the highest safety standards, serving as the chair of the lockout, tagout and electrical safety committees and authoring several key NFPA electrical interpretations and developing new electrical safety policy. Additionally, he has provided low and high voltage electrical training to journeymen and an instructor for IBEW electrical apprentices.
Terry served in a critical leadership role during a 24-hour plant power outage and subsequently designed and implemented redundant systems and preventative procedures that have allowed the plant to avoid a repeat of the power failure. He also has assisted a major Fortune 500 manufacturing firm with the installation and design of new substations to reduce electrical arc flash hazards and implementation of new substation installation purchasing template for all future installations at one of its plants. At that same plant, Terry received plant recognition for his management leadership of construction crews on an installation of a large electrical systems related to an emergency outage restoration event.
His practical approach to problem-solving in real- time scenarios has helped him to develop deep technical expertise in the following areas:
EHS audits with emphasis on electrical
Lock out, Tag out
Low and high voltage electrical training
When he is not championing electrical safety for his clients, Terry enjoys gardening with his wife, Meg, on their small farm or camping and traveling with his grown children and grandchildren.