This conference presented by IDC Technologies, focuses to help all engineering professionals on understanding all different electrical acts and regulations which can be a minefield as each state has its own variations.
|Date||29 & 30 November 2017|
|Time||8.00 am - 4.30 pm (including morning & afternoon tea and lunch)|
|Venue||Novotel Perth Langley|
|Location||221 Adelaide Terrace, Perth WA 6000|
|Cost||Early Bird Discount 10% OFF - $1,615.50 (book before 1 November). Standard Rate - no early bird discount - $1,795.00 (book after 1 November)|
|Phone||1300 138 522|
The landscape of electricity distribution and consumption in Australia is changing with technological advancements in energy storage and alternative renewable power such as solar and batteries shifting the market. As the electrical industry changes, Standards Australia has been releasing numerous new roadmaps and editions of electrical standards to help support the transition for electricity networks.
The aim of this conference is to help industry in Australia to understand the role of the various regulators in the different states, and how they can best achieve regulatory compliance. They are key issues in achieving compliance throughout all the Australian states will also be identified.
Patrick Byrne, Inspector of Mines – Electrical Engineer, will be presenting at the event sharing on the recent analysis of incidents on electrical arc flash hazards in the mining industry.
Further information for this event, including presentation program is available in the event brochure and online registration.