ProGARM at The Arc Flash & Isolation Safety Conference 2015

ProGARM at The Arc Flash & Isolation Safety Conference 2015

The Venue
The Arc Flash & Isolation Safety Conference was held on 9th & 10th June 2015 at the Marriott Hotel, Victoria & Albert, Manchester UK and was a perfect opportunity to learn about the UK, EU and US developments in Arc Flash.

Key Speakers
Keynote Speakers from the industry include:
Hugh Hoagland – International Arc Flash testing and electrical safety expert and founder of ArcWear and Ken Morton – HM Principle Inspector FOD SG (Electrical Engineering) (Power Systems & Ignition Hazards) Health & Safety Executive.

What this event covered:

  • Examples of local and international case studies which detailed the latest Arc flash mitigation strategies and solutions.
  • Opportunities to learn about electrical safety statistics and the implications for you, your business and your workforce.
  • Learn about the latest developments in UK and international standards.
  • Gain an understanding how to achieve a compliant and electrically safe work place.
  • Advice how to develop and provide arc flash training for your staff.
  • Gain an understanding how to detail the steps to perform an arc flash hazard analysis.
  • Clearly understand exactly what an arc flash is and the potential injuries that can result from an incident.
  • Understand and define what Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required on your site.
  • Practical considerations when selecting your PPE.
  • Learn how to perform testing and maintenance on your PPE to ensure ongoing conformity.

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ProGARM showcased their portfolio of Flame Resistant & Arc Flash Inherent Garments at the event and visitors to the stand included Veolia, Bristol Water and BAE to name a few Blue Chip organizations.

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