Who We Are
Utility Business Media, Inc. (UBM) is the utility industry’s leading publisher and producer of utility safety and leadership-focused content and education. UBM was founded by Carla Housh in 2004 as a newsletter and has rapidly grown into a multi-faceted media and education organization that includes Incident Prevention Magazine, Utility Fleet Professional Magazine, iP Utility Safety Conference & Expo, Incident Prevention Institute, Assess My Team, and Frontline Utility Leadership Training.
Fulfilling Our Mission
The Incident Prevention Institute (iPi) is dedicated to a higher level of learning for utility safety and operations leaders. We’ve tapped into our network of industry experts to provide you with education driven by those who have years of experience dealing with the unique safety challenges faced by utilities. Online learning opportunities are available 24/7 by visiting our website, ip-institute.com. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Our team of experts have years of experience developing course content and will customize a program specifically to meet your needs.
Markets We Serve
Electric & Gas
Integrity – In our business context, integrity is about being honest about in all that we do, and doing what we say.
Relationships – We intend to build truthful and respectful relationships with everyone we meet, conduct business with, and employ. The relationships we share with our stakeholders are what make Utility Business Media unique and valuable.
Entrepreneurship – By listening to our constituents, we learn and assess how to best serve our markets. We are continually evaluating new business opportunities and embracing innovation. Growth is the path to a prosperous future.
Adaptability – With a fast paced work environment and ever increasing efficiencies, we are empowered to move ahead swiftly.
Passion – We do work that has the potential to save lives, and we thrive on our mission, to bring utility communities together online and offline, in order to promote safety, innovation, education and best practices.