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Wiring Matters 50 - March 2014

Forthcoming events

What's on, where.

BEC Young Professionals Event – 1 April, Birmingham

This free one-day event will show how individuals and companies alike can profit from helping to create and improve standards. Improvements in standards can lead to a range of benefits, such as an in increase competitive advantage, faster product development and more efficient interaction between technicians and professionals.

Who should attend this event?

Have a look at our feature on this prestigious and important event. Essentially, the event is aimed at professionals, young and mature, who wish to learn how standards can boost their careers and give their company a competitive advantage.

One exciting feature will be the selection of two candidates to attend the next IEC workshop in Tokyo (all expenses paid).

For full information about this event, please see the website.

Electrical Safety Management – 3 April 2014, Manchester Conference Centre

About the event

Electrical incidents continue to be the cause of a number of deaths in the workplace each year.  This event provides:

  • a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of electrical safety; and
  • a systematic set of principles for assessing and managing electrical safety in any business and across all sectors of industry and the public sector.

All delegates will receive a copy of the IET’s Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management, which is included in the price of the event.

Who should attend this event?

The event is aimed at those working in manufacturing, construction and service industries, including: production managers, electrical engineers, electricians and electrical fitters, health and safety officers, facilities managers and construction project managers and site managers.

For full information about this event, please see the website.

IET Built Environment Sector Summit: Lighting – 9 April, London

About the event

The event addresses key developments in lighting standards/regulations, advances in the application of LED lighting systems and retrofit challenges.

Who should attend this event?

The event is aimed at designers/specifiers, facilities managers/asset owners and installers/maintainers.

A networking lunch will also be provided.

For full details, please see the website.

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