Electrical Safety in the Workplace – It’s Everything You Want to Know About Arc Flash

By July 27, 2018Conduit, uPDate

Electricity is a serious workplace hazard, exposing employees to electric shock, burns, fires, and explosions. According to NFPA-70E, electrical shocks caused nearly 6000 fatalities from 1992 to 2012. Earn 8 CEU credits as David Rewitzer, PE, CEM exposes common myths about electricity while sharing important lessons on preventing electric shock in the workplace.

Additional Speakers:

Josh Kelly, Hood Patterson & Dewar, Inc.

Ken Box, Schneider-Electric

Lesley Varga, Quality Standby Services, LLC

Mike Bukovitz, Tech4, LLC

Registration Information
The cost for this course is $100 for IEEE members, $110 for Non-IEEE attendees. Space is limited – click here to register.

Lunch will be provided.

Time
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Location:

ROAM at Perimeter Pointe
1151 Hammond Dr. NE
Atlanta, Georgia  30338
Building: ROAM Meeting Center
Room Number: Suite 240

For more information, visit the IEEE website.