2nd Dangerous Goods Conference - 28th April 2017 - Ontario, Canada

IDC Technologies recently held the 2nd Dangerous Goods Conference in Mississauga, Ontario on 28th April 2017. The event was received highly among attending delegates who were able to take the acquired knowledge to their workplace to apply best practices every day. The conference boasted eight presentations which covered a variety of topics from industry experts. Barbara Foster from ICC Compliance Center wrote the following summary for each presentation:

2nd Arc Flash & Isolation Safety Conference - 10th & 11th May 2017 - Manchester, United Kingdom

The 2nd Arc Flash & Isolation Safety Conference was held in Manchester, United Kingdom on the 10th & 11th May 2017. The event offered nine presentations from industry experts from across the world, including a half day workshop from Hugh Hoagland, Founder of ArcWear & Managing Partner at e-Hazard (USA), entitled International Standards for Electrical Safety, NFPA 70E 2012 and Arc Flash PPE Standards from US and EU.

Arc Flash Compliance Conference - 25th & 26th April 2017 - Ontario, Canada

The First Canadian based Arc Flash Compliance Conference was held in Ontario, Canada on the 25th & 26th April 2017. The two day event was Canadian focused with all presenters and tutorial instructors being Canadians involved in electrical safety. Industry gurus Terry Becker, P.Eng. and Jim Pollard were the keynote speakers of the event, with nine additional speakers offering their perspective through technical presentations.

IDC Technologies – Conference Update

In the past fortnight IDC Technologies was happy to have hosted three technical conferences in Melbourne and Brisbane, Australia.

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.

25th Anniversary Promotion

We are celebrating 25 years in the training industry, having helped over 500,000 engineers, technicians and technologists advance their careers.

To celebrate we are giving you a massive 25% discount on IDC’s Live Online, Classroom Workshops, Video Courses and Technical Manuals booked before 31st December 2016.
Just use coupon code IDCAN25 at checkout to receive your discount.

3rd Low Voltage Conference - 2nd & 3rd November 2016 - Melbourne, Australia

IDC Technologies finished the year of conferences with the 3rd Low Voltage Conference. The event was held in Melbourne on the 2nd & 3rd November 2016 – the Melbourne Cup After Party.

HAZCHEM Conference – 27th October 2016 – Sydney, Australia

IDC Technologies recently hosted the inaugural HAZCHEM Conference in Sydney on the 27th October 2016. The purpose of the conference was to enable delegates to understand how to comply with the Globally Harmonised System (GHS).

6th Hazardous Areas Conference – 27 & 28 September 2016 – Brisbane, Australia

IDC Technologies recently hosted the 6th Hazardous Areas Conference in Brisbane on September 27th & 28th 2016. This important industry event provided participants with an understanding and knowledge of the hazards involved in using electrical (and now mechanical) equipment in potentially volatile environments. The event featured the new Standards ISO 80079-36, 37 and 38 for non-electrical equipment in explosive atmospheres which were released in February 2016.

Automatic Circuit Reclosers Deployed in Congo

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA) around 1.2 billion people on the planet did not have access to electricity in 2013 and of these 95% are in Sub-Saharan Africa and developing countries in Asia.  There is therefore an incredibly challenging task ahead for many governments, multilateral development banks and electrical utilities in these parts of the world to ramp up their efforts to provide access to reliable and safe electricity to these underprivileged communities.