2nd Arc Flash & Isolation Safety Conference in Manchester - May 10th & 11th 2017

IDC Technologies are pleased to announce we have opened registrations for the 2nd Arc Flash & Isolation Safety Conference in Manchester on May 10th & 11th 2017. If you're an professional working within the electrical industry, you would be well aware of an arc flash and the horrible impacts it can cause. At this conference you will hear local and international case studies detailing the latest arc flash mitigation strategies. You will also learn about International Standards for Electrical Safety, and the developments for UK and EU Standards.

Arc flash is a topical issue in the electrical engineering community as many people in the UK receive severe and debilitating burns each year. Technology and safety procedures have significantly reduced most other forms of electrical injuries; however incidents related to arc flash have surfaced as one of the leading causes of injury and even death to workers. In addition to arc flash incidents, electrical workers in the UK suffer electric shock and burn injuries as a direct consequence of electrical contractors and others not implementing safe isolation procedures. 

The objective of this conference is to provide you with the latest developments and best practice to deal with arc flash hazards and isolation safety issues. You will have an chance to discuss your electrical issues with our speakers, and gain practical applications to improve arc flash and isolation safety in your workplace. The focus throughout is on the experiences of end users. The conference will be attended by those who are interested in technical solutions to their arc flash and isolation issues, industry trends, standards developments and new techniques to handle existing electrical safety threats.

View the conference brochure HERE

View the registration page HERE

For further information, please contact conferences@idc-online.com

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