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Electrical Safety & Arc Flash Seminar presented by Premium Power

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October 26, 2016

Stadium of Light | Sunderland, Tyne and Wear SR5 1SU United Kingdom

1:30 pm - 5:00 pm


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Educational seminar providing CPD training in advanced electrical training, overview of legal requirements, arc flash technology and arc flash programme, live work procedures and maintenance, reliability and safety.

Who should attend?

Premium Power, a specialist electrical engineering consultancy, provide professional industry training to advanced manufacturing, pharmaceutical and data centre industries. Our electrical safety and arc flash seminar has been devised from working on site with hundreds of international clients on their arc flash programmes.

Delegates attending this event can expect:
  • Real case studies
  • Up to date legal requirements
  • Specialist knowledge
  • Industry advice
  • Peer networking
  • CPD advancement
This seminar will be of interest to:
  • SHE / EHS Managers
  • Health & Safety Officers
  • Operations Managers
  • Plant Managers
  • Engineering Managers
  • Maintenance Managers
  • Facility Managers
  • Reliability Engineers
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Duty Holders
  • Electricians
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Speaker Panel

Andrew Hogan

Andrew Hogan is a Senior Electrical Engineer specialising in arc flash mitigation. He has advised top manufacturing and data centre clients throughout Europe. He holds a masters in electrical engineering.

Pat MacNally

Pat MacNally is a Compliance Manager, specialising in statutory and regulatory requirements relating to electricity at work. A member of IOSH, he has assisted organisations assess risks associated with electricity at work, and to develop electrical safety procedures.

Barry Nicholson

Barry Nicholson has extensive experience of modelling electrical networks and performing arc flash studies. He works with pharmaceuticals and utilities to help design solutions to their energy issues, particularly in the areas of power quality and maintenance.

Alan O’Kelly

Alan O’Kelly has a background in software development and is project development manager at Premium Power. He liaises with manufacturing and data centre clients on current industrial needs and develops market solutions based on these trends.

Seminar agenda

1.30pm Registration, Light Lunch and Networking
2pm Seminar Opens
Introduction to Electrical Safety
Electrical Safety: An Overview of Legal Requirements
A structured Approach to Arc Flash Analysis
3.20pm Tea and Coffee Break
3.40pm Seminars Continue
Maintenance, Reliability and Safety
Live Work Procedures – In Practice
Arc Flash PPE and the protection of works
Implementing Procedures: SafeSite Live – a Case Study
4.30pm Question and Answers

What delegates say

“Premium Power delivered one of the best seminars I have attended in a very long time. The venue was excellent and most of all the speakers were extremely credible with an excellent knowledge of their subject matter.” Kevin Watson, Health & Safety Manager, Impetus Waste Management

“It’s rare to find events with detailed electrical safety as the main focus. This is an excellent seminar to consolidate existing knowledge.” Claire Warman, HSE Manager ABB

“The detail of arc flash analysis came as a surprise – I was aware of ark flash as a hazard but not to its potential effect in medium to low voltage situations. An informative and enlightening seminar which opened my eyes to areas of electrical risk and the means to assess.” John Domican, H, S and E Manager, MG Motor Group

Contact Premium Power

This event is hosted by Premium Power Ltd, an electrical engineering consultancy who provide advanced electrical safety training to industry.
+44 1564 771 226

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