This time, we had Global Electrical Leader Joe Cunningham from GE Renewable Energy supporting us. He focused on how to roll out a programme that is immune to "people changes," how to do it globally, the factors you should take into account, and much more.
We also had the honour of Ashley Smith, Terminal Electrical Engineering Manager at NationalGrid. Ashley concentrated on his personal implementation experience on a ground level, discussing Arc Flash studies, relays, and PPE with some situations for viewers to consider.
The purpose of this presentation is to raise awareness of this increasingly hazardous risk that for many years has been ignored or dismissed as being too low frequency to be concerned about. An increase in fatalities is forcing us to consider the Arc Flash risk seriously and take steps to protect our people and equipment from these devastating events.
Within this presentation you will get a basic overview of the risk, the impact it has to human life and steps that you can take to mitigate against this potentially fatal risk. Ideally suited for anyone that works on or near live or potentially live electricity, or managers or purchases for people that do.
Plan, Do, Check and Evolve serves as a solid foundation for continuous improvement and has application across many processes, but here we are looking at this model to help specifically address electrical safety.
Don’t wait for an accident or legal case before you have a thorough review of your current approach to electrical safety. Our approach has application across all aspects of electrical safety and provides a complete picture to help companies understand how to grow and maintain their electrical safety program.
Part 2 (B) of our new Electrical Safety and Compliance workshops - Prevent Electrical Safety Risks with Good Processes & Controls. This 5-part webinar series focuses on a significant acronym (4P’s) Predict, Prevent, Protect and Psychology.
We had Industry Expert, Staff Controls Dev Engineer, Kyle Veugeler from TESLA (previously at ABB Robotics) plus Graham Hogg EngTech TMIET - Senior Electrical Engineer and Managing Director of Exeltech Ltd.
Kicking off the series we have Graham Hogg EngTech TMIET- Senior Electrical Engineer and Managing Director of ExelTech Ltd, plus our very own Technical Director Anthony Long.
In this Non-Commercial event with Martin Talbot (Engineering Manager for Equinix) and Marcin Ruta (Owner of MR Power Tech) you will learn about the critical areas of electrical safety risk in data centres and proven mitigation solutions and practises.
On Wednesday 9th September we will be hosting Workshop Number One with Three excellent panellist speakers.
This is part 4 of our Electrical Safety Compliance series. We are collaborating once again with Industry Specialist & Electrical Safety Authority Mitch Cini (Global Incident Investigations Program Manager at ABB) and also Michael Kenyon (Technical Lead at Bureau Veritas) to deliver an engaging scenario-based live webinar.
In this session you will experience one of the most engaging & dynamic presentations on having correct Electrical Inspections, Auditing and then what happens if you have a failure?! Accident Investigations – capturing the incidents AND near misses and ensuring ‘learns’ are obtained and improvements made to prevent catastrophes happening
This is part 3 of our Electrical Safety Compliance series. We are collaborating once again with an Industry Expert & Electrical Safety Authority – the world acclaimed Hugh Hoagland (Sr Managing Partner from E- Hazard) to deliver a highly engaging webinar on Electrical Safety PPE.
In this session you will experience one of the most engaging & dynamic presentations relating to Electrical Safety PPE – Looking at Facts, Myths & Folklore around Arc Flash and Electric Shock.
This is part 2 of our Electrical Safety Compliance series. We are collaborating once again with an Industry Expert & Electrical Safety Authority – Jon Travis from Leaf Electrical to deliver an engaging scenario-based live webinar.
In this session you will experience one of the most engaging & dynamic presentations relating to Safe Systems of Work with the foundation being Risk Assessments. You will not see or hear boring ‘text book’ theory but a totally fresh approach.
imagine a sequence of events, you had a major electrical incident, people are serious hurt maybe even some have died, what comes next, what could have been done to prevent this? What other consequences are to come?
This is part 1 of our Electrical Compliance series for National Electrical Safety Month. We are collaborating once again with Industry Expert, Electrical Compliance guru and Former Global Safety Director for GE Power Conversion Graham Harvey to deliver an engaging scenario-based presentation.