3 April 2014. Manchester Conference Centre, UK

If you are responsible for managing your organisation’s electrical safety, join us on 3 April for a practical guide, based around the IET’s Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management.

A key element of the code of practice is its self-assessment tool, giving you the knowledge you need to construct and implement the electrical safety management plan that works for you.

What you will learn:

Morning Seminar: Ensure you have the theoretical knowledge behind you

  • Look at why good electrical safety management matters and how it can reduce risks
  • Familiarise yourself with the purpose and structure of the Code of Practice, including Unilever’s self-assessment case study
  • Using the self-assessment tool to identify risks and work towards best practice

Afternoon Workshop: Using the Code of Practice’s self-assessment tool

  • Apply the self-assessment principles through illustrative new case studies
  • Consider policy assessment, risk assessment, work practices, inspection and testing, roles and responsibilities, training and competence
  • Evaluate your self-assessment to create your own electrical safety management plan

Who you will hear from

  • Bill Bates, Principal Electrical Inspector, Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
  • Malcolm Sarstedt, Group Process Safety Manager, Unilever
  • Paul Bicheno, Portfolio Development Manager, IET Standards
  • Terry Keenan, Director, Prescient Associates Ltd
  • Chairman: Professor Richard Taylor, Non-Executive Director, Health and Safety Executive (HSE)

Book your place online at www.theiet.org/electrical-safety. Registration includes a copy of the Code of Practice (worth £130).