03 April 2014 | Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester, UK
Did you know that a number of all deaths in the workplace are caused by electrical incidents?
Electrical safety in organisations is often the responsibility of non-electrically qualified staff, such as facilities managers, risk managers or health & safety officers who have not had systematic training in how to prevent electrical hazards in the workplace.
This event based on the IET’s Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management provides a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of electrical safety and a systematic set of principles for assessing and managing electrical safety in any business and across all sectors of industry and the public sector.
All delegates will receive the Code of Practice (worth £130).
Find out more about the event.
Delegates who attended the first Electrical Safety Management seminar in September 2013 had this to say about it:
“Introduction of a working document from a highly respected institution with a clear introduction has been required by industry for a long time. I came with a clear expectation of having this delivered and wasn't disappointed.”
“The event was very thought provoking and will lead us in to re-evaluation of our electrical practices.”
“It was very informative; a good introduction to the CoP. While I think it would be possible to pick up the CoP and get on with it; going through it in the seminar, asking questions and understanding the logic behind it will make it much easier to put it into practice.”
“The event asked all the right questions and gave a real insight into managing electrical safety in the correct way.”
“Focused and delivered in an engaging manner.”