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August 28, 2015

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Two day electrical safety management course

Are you adequately protecting your building against electrical accidents?

“It’s important that everyone who looks after the building should know how to look after electrical safety. There are risks and consequences of an incident on the company, injured person, other workers, families, members of public and you.

 Directors and managers can be jailed; large fines and costs can affect the organisation. That’s before we start on the other consequential costs and psychological damage.”

Bill Bates, former Principal Health and Safety Executive Inspector

Help is at hand!

Attend the IET’s new 2-day Electrical Safety Management course to ensure safety and protect lives. Registration includes a copy of the Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management.

Key learning outcomes

  • Discover how to audit your building’s risk from specialist consultants, including a former HSE principal inspector – avoid expensive consultant fees, audit fees and costly electrical incidents
  • Gain expert understanding through interactive sessions, to ensure that you actively reduce the risk of workplace accidents
  • Consider the importance of all aspects of the electrical safety system, such as policy, procedure and people
  • Acquire confidence in applying the Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management’s structured approach

Don’t be the person who might have prevented an accident!

Whatever your field of expertise, make sure that you are not that person who saw a potential hazard and looked the other way: ensure you are properly equipped to manage your building’s electrical safety in a pro-active way. The risks can be managed.

Book 4-5 November in your diary for this life-saving course and register now at

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