MASTERCLASS

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ELECTRICAL SAFETY: PART 3

This presentation follows on from David's second presentation on electrical safety part 2 - what are the odds?

 

ELECTRICAL SAFETY: PART 2

This presentation follows on from David's first presentation on electrical safety - what are the odds?

 

ARC FLASH: A PRACTICAL APPROACH

Are you keen to step through the process of calculating and managing arc flash hazard levels of a live switchboard?
Qazi Rahman will take you on a journey through the critical hierarchical steps to analyse and assess arc flash hazard level(s) of a 415 V switchboard.

 

EARTHING PRINCIPLES

Where are the dead bodies? Is it luck, statistics or good engineering practices that have influenced the outcome? In this Masterclass Scott Mitcherson, our Principal Earthing Engineer, takes a first pass look at the why and how we approach HV earthing from both theoretical and practical means.

 

ELECTRICAL SAFETY

The presentation considers risk -based approaches in the electrical industry, what it means for our designs and installations, and what we should all be aware of.

 

25KV POWER SYSTEMS

This presentation provides an overview and outline the intricacies of the various types of 25kV AC traction power systems that could be adopted for a new railway or an extension to an existing railway

 

HV ELECTRICAL WORK

Safe access to electrical equipment is critical for maintenance, make safe in emergencies as well as safely undertaking upgrades and project work. Discipline, rigour and teamwork is required within a robust framework to make safe access routinely available.

 

ARC FLASH

Did you know that according to Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, there were approximately 1100 hospitalised cases due to electrical injury in the last two-year period? Arc flash incidents are a major contributor to this.


In this Masterclass Qazi Rahman, one of our Senior Electrical Engineers takes you through the journey of understanding arc flash and staying safe.

 

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