Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Prevention

Organization: marcus evans

Venue: Hilton Brisbane

Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Event Date/Time: Jul 25, 2013 / 8:30 am - (GMT +10:00 hours) End Date/Time: Jul 26, 2013 / 5:00 pm - (GMT +10:00 hours)
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course leader:

Terry Becker P.Eng., CEO ESPS Electrical Safety Program Solutions INC., Canada

Terry has over 21 years experience in electrical engineering, capital project support, maintenance support, code compliance, regulatory risk management and electrical safety. Terry is the first past Vice-Chair of the CSA Z462 Workplace electrical safety Standard, an Executive Committee Member, and the Leader of the CSA Z462 Annexes Working Group. Terry is also a member of the NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace Annexes Task Group and a voting member of the IEEE 1584 Standard. He is also a voting member of the CSA Z463 Guideline on Maintenance of Electrical Systems.


Some of Terry’s clients: Imperial Oil – Kearl Lake Oilsands, VALE Newfoundland & Labrador, Coca-Cola Refreshments Canada, ConocoPhillips Canada, Talisman Energy, Rio Tinto (Diavik Diamond Mine), Shell Upstream Americas, ShellAlbian Sands, Shell Sarnia Refinery, StatOil, TransAlta [Power Generation], Toyota North America, MethanexCanada & Trinidad, Taqa


With a focus on mitigation measures to control arc flash and shock hazards, the Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Prevention training is designed to bring forward the latest innovations that can prevent personnel injury and equipment downtime. It also provides a platform to discuss cost-effective solutions when dealing with ageing switchboards and uncomfortable PPE. Lessons from best practices followed in Canada, the USA and Europe, case studies of past arc flash incidents coupled with new-age design practices, in light of the Australian regulatory guidelines, will empower you to implement process, plant and equipment improvements that will far outweigh any cost disadvantages.

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This training will also be held on the 29-30 Jul 2013  at Hilton On The Park Melbourne, Australia

The course material package that will be provided to you will include: • All of the PPTs presented in a course binder • Application of electrical safety program in the work flow process flow chart • Electrical work pre-job briefing and planning checklist • Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Analysis flow chart – Hazard Risk Category (HRC) Table Method • Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Analysis Form – Engineering Incident Energy Analysis or Table Method • Example of Energised Electrical Work Permit (EEWP) • Example of Field Level Risk Analysis Card • Example of caution – Near Miss Reporting Card

and many more...

Testimonials from past electrical events:

“Information was interesting and relevant” Incitec Pivot

“Knowledge of presenter was very good” Barrick Cowal

“Good variety of people with knowledge and experience to share with the group” AGL Energy

“Better awareness of maintaining and servicing HV assets” Lower Murray Water

“Presentation style, background knowledge and experience was very appropriate” Vector

“Well organised. Exceptional customer service.” NZ Steel



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