- Why You Should AttendArc flash risk has been steadily gaining a strong awareness movement in Australia. In the last year, there have been multiple cases of arc flash incidents in Australia, leaving companies to suffer financial losses and weakened reputations, and worst of all injury to employees.Arc flash is a form of electrical fault which is being increasingly recognised as a menace to the safety of electrical workers. Uncontrollable amounts of electrical current that flow through air connecting through dust particles between two conductors can result in intense flame that burns at 20,000 degrees Celsius, hotter than the surface of sun. Arc flash accidents happen most commonly in electrical plant and switchboards across various voltage which include low-voltage, medium-voltage, and high voltage.
Marcus evans Arc Flash Electrical Safety 2018 training offers electrical professional an in-depth, practical and hands-on approach to preventing arc flash risks and managing incidents that occur in the workplace. This comprehensive two-day training will provide participants with expert knowledge on pre and post incident controls strategies, a break-down of arc flash risk assessment needs, what needs to be done after completing an arc flash risk assessment, hands-on fault calculations to manage arc risks, arc flash containment strategies and much more.
Don’t miss this event which will offer you the one-stop take-home information that you would need to hone your arc flash safety measures to ensure your workplace is incident free!
Advance Physics of Arc Flash
Fault Current Calculations
Arc Flash Containment Strategies
What to do after completing an Arc Flash Hazard Assessment
Arc Flash Training Programmes