Coffman Engineers Adds Process Safety Management Services, Consultant

Jan 10, 2023 | Engineering, Right Moves

Sisi Cooper
Coffman Engineers is adding Process Safety Management (PSM) to the services in its Anchorage office and hired Sisi Cooper as the new Senior Process Safety Consultant.

PSM complements many of Coffman’s process and mechanical engineering services. Developing and adopting a PSM program for federally mandated standards integrates technologies, procedures, and management practices to help organizations comply with PSM regulations and keep employees and environments safe.

In her role developing and expanding the PSM service offering, Cooper leads efforts to support clients in Alaska with their process safety and regulatory compliance needs and requirements. 

“Coffman is excited to welcome Sisi and announce the addition of process safety management to our line of services for our oil and gas, petrochemical, refining, and industrial markets,” says Jeff Gries, Coffman’s senior vice president of oil and gas services.

Cooper has worked for firms specializing in process control and process safety consulting, engineering, and integration services and has overseen PSM teams. Much of her focus has been on process safety and risk management for upstream and midstream oil and gas projects in Alaska and providing PSM services for other clients using highly hazardous chemicals in their processes. Her experience includes a broad range of clients throughout Alaska, the Lower 48, Canada, Japan, China, and Trinidad and Tobago.

“Sisi is experienced in this field and has a long-standing career in Alaska and beyond providing PSM services. We are lucky to have her join our team,” says mechanical-industrial principal Trevor Buron.

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