WORKPLACE ELECTRICAL SAFETY CONFERENCE

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WORKPLACE ELECTRICAL SAFETY CONFERENCE
WORKPLACE ELECTRICAL
SAFETY CONFERENCE 2007
CALGARY
October 17-18, 2007
Calgary Telus
Convention Centre
Calgary, Alberta
Tel (403) 261-8500
Featured
Organizations
on the
Conference
Agenda:
CSA
IAPA
AB Apprenticeship
and Training Boards
DuPont
ESPS Electrical Safety
Program Solutions INC.
ETAP Canada Ltd.
Lenco T&TS
McLennan Ross LLP
Neal & Associates
Ontario Ministry
of Labour
Lineman’s Testing
Laboratories
SAIT / NAIT
SaskPower
Shell Canada
Schneider Electric
Canada
Syntech Enerflex
Westex Inc.
CS A a n d IA PA p re s e n t :
WORKPLACE ELECTRICAL
SAFETY CONFERENCE 2007
This two-day conference will focus on THE ELECTRICAL WORKER
with specific sessions on:
• Arc Flash
• Arc Thermal Protective Value Clothing
• Hazardous Locations
• Electrically Safe Work Conditions
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informatio Latest
• Implementation of Safety Standards
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CSA Z462
Workplac NEW
• Regulations vs. Standards
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Safety Sta
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ndard
• Safety Management Systems
Occupatio , CSA Z1000
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• Embedding Electrical Safety into Education
Safety Ma al Health &
nagemen
• How Safe is your Existing Electrical System
t an
Changes
to the CE d
• The role of the Prime Contractor
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• ASK THE EXPERTS:Workplace Electrical Safety Panel
of Experts answer your questions, and more!
Keynote Speakers
Dr. Mary Capelli-Schellpfeffer,
MD, MPS, CapSchell, Inc.
Dr. Mary is a Fellow of the IEEE,
and Past Chair of the IEEE Industry
Applications Society, Petroleum
and Chemical Industry Committee
Safety Subcommittee. She has also chaired the
NFPA 70E Future Directions Task Group, exploring
emerging opportunities for the advancement of
electrical safety. An author of numerous scientific
reports, book chapters, and articles addressing
electrical incident mitigation and health effects,
she received the degrees of B.A. in Economics
from Carthage College; M.D. from the University
of Florida; and M.P.A. from the University of
Wisconsin-Parkside. She is licensed in Indiana,
Illinois, Maryland, and Wisconsin.
Hugh Hoagland
ArcWear.com
One of the most active trainers
and researchers in electric arc
protection, as NFPA 70E and
OSHA 1910.269 Training
Programs are used by many Fortune 500
companies and governmental agencies
including Alcoa, GM, Toyota, Bechtel, DOE,
and hundreds of electric utilities. Hugh has
trained over 40,000 people on arc hazards.
Hugh’s publications are numerous in IEEE and
safety magazines and he helped invent most of
the arc resistant rainwear materials used today
as well as co-inventor of the first arc protective
faceshield. Hugh also serves as an expert
witness and performs accident investigations.
TO REGISTER OR FOR MORE INFORMATION
1-800-463-6727
OR REGISTER ON-LINE https://learningcentre.csa.ca
E-MAIL [email protected]
OR TOLL FREE
WORKPLACE ELECTRICAL SAFETY CONFERENCE 2007
AGENDA – OCTOBER 17, DAY ONE
DAY ONE
SESSION A
7:00 – 8:00
8:00-9:00
9:00-10:00
SESSION B
SESSION C
REGISTRATION / CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST / EXHIBITORS
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
DR. MARY CAPELLI-SCHELLPFEFFER
Electrical Safety Now & into the Future
FEATURED PRESENTATION
PAUL & LORRAINE HEBERT
“The day the lights went out”
NUTRITIONAL BREAK
10:00-10:15
10:15-11:15
PRESENTATION
NFPA 70E, 2009 Edition
Harmonization In North America,
Synergies &Challenges
Tom Neal, Neal & Associates
CASE STUDY
Identification and Safe Operation of Equipment
in Hazardous Locations
Safe Work Practices
Bob Nelson, CSA
PRESENTATION
Methods of Arc Flash Calculation
and Mitigation
Albert Marroquin &
Darcy Braun, ETAP Canada Ltd
11:15-12:15
PRESENTATION
Arc Flash Protective Clothing - Proper
Selection, Care, Use and Certification
Kevin Dingeldein,
Lineman’s Testing Laboratories
MINI TUTORIAL
Arc Flash Hazard – How to Use
the NFPA 70E Tables
Daniel Roberts, Schneider Electric Canada
PRESENTATION
Structure of CSA Z1000
OHS Management System
Khurshed Kutky, QMI
12:15-1:15
LUNCHEON
1:15-3:00
PANEL DISCUSSION
Implication of CSA Z462 Standard on the Electrical Worker
Facilitator – Dave Shanahan, CSA
Panelists – Mike Doherty, ESPS
Terry Becker, ESPS
Steve Oakley, IAPA
Daniel Roberts, Schneider Electric Canada
Larry Johnson, Syntech Enerflex
Legal Expert
Dr. Mary Capelli-Schellpfeffer, CapSchell, Inc.
3:00-4:00
PRESENTATION
Electrical Safety Incidents & Lessons Learned
Mike Reiser, Ontario Ministry of Labour
4:00-7:00
MINI-TUTORIAL
Electrically Safe Work Conditions,
CSA Z460, Lockout & NFPA 70E
Len Cicero, Lenco T&TS
EVENING RECEPTION / NETWORKING / EXHIBITOR VIEWING
CLOSE OF DAY ONE
7:00
Agenda may be subject to change
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Electricians
- Electrical Contractors
- Electrical Professionals in the
industrial, Commercial and
Institutional Sectors
-
Electrical Inspectors
Technicians
Engineers
Occupational Health & Safety
Professionals
- Plant Maintenance Managers and
Supervisors
- JHSC Members
Anyone with responsibility for the
safety of workers or contractors
CANADIAN STANDARDS ASSOCIATION
CSA is a not-for-profit membership-based association serving business, industry, government and consumers
in Canada and the global marketplace. As a solutions-oriented organization, we work in Canada and around
the world to develop standards that address real needs, such as enhancing public safety and health;
advancing the quality of life; helping to preserve the environment and facilitating trade. Through the CSA
Learning Centre we provide information and training designed to facilitate the application of standards.
AGENDA – OCTOBER 18, DAY TWO
DAY TWO
SESSION A
7:30 – 8:00
SESSION B
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST / EXHIBITOR VIEWING
8:00-9:00
9:00-10:00
SESSION C
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
HUGH HOAGLAND
ArcWear.com
CASE STUDY
Electrical Work Practices in
Hazardous Locations
“Remember Charlie”
Tim Driscoll, Shell Canada
PRESENTATION
The Right Stuff: Owner & E&I Contractor’s
Perspectives on Establishing an Electrical
Safety Program
Terry Becker, ESPS &
Larry Johnson, Syntech Enerflex
10:00-10:15
PRESENTATION
Have You Ever Asked Yourself –
“Is This a Toxic Task”
Mike Doherty, ESPS
NUTRITIONAL BREAK
10:15-11:15
CASE STUDY
Managing Arc Flash Hazard in the
Transmission and Distribution Business
Ron Adcock,
SaskPower
PANEL DISCUSSION
Embedding Electrical Safety into Education
Facilitator – Terry Becker, ESPS
Panelists – Brian Flanagan, AB Apprenticeship and Training Boards
Robert Nelson, CSA
SAIT/NAIT, other Trade School/Community College Rep
Industry Rep
11:15-12:15
PRESENTATION
Safety Management Systems in
your Electrical Safety Program A global perspective
Lanny Floyd, DuPont
CASE STUDY
Best Case Practices in
Electrical Safety Training
Mike Doherty, ESPS
12:15-1:30
1:30-2:30
PRESENTATION
How Safe is your Existing
Electrical System,
Updates and Changes to the CEC
Robert Nelson, CSA
LUNCHEON / NETWORKING / EXHIBITOR VIEWING
LUNCHEON ADDRESS
Status Update of CSA Z462
Mike Doherty, ESPS
FEATURE PRESENTATION
Accountability for Safety: Your Legal Obligations & Requirements
Speaker will address the legal obligations of contractors, utilities and owners regarding electrical safety in Alberta,
plus A National Review: Bill C45, OH&S law. The role of the Prime Contractor, Regulations V.S. Standards
– Trisha Gain, McLennan Ross LLP
2:30-5:00
ASK THE EXPERTS: WORKPLACE ELECTRICAL SAFETY
Qualifications for People Working on and Around Electrical Equipment
Expert panelists will answer delegate questions submitted at the conference
prior to the session. General topics will include, but not limited to: CSA Z462,
Safety Management Systems, Safe Work Planning – Energized Electrical Work
Permit, Electrical Safety Programs, Safe Installations, etc…
Introductory Presentation
5:00
Facilitators:
Dave Shanahan & Terry Becker
Panelists will include:
Mike Doherty, Kevin Dingeldein,
William E. Anderson, Mike Reiser,
Trish Gain, Hugh Hoagland, Len Cicero,
Robert Nelson, Daniel Roberts
END OF CONFERENCE
IAPA (INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT PREVENTION ASSOCIATION)
I A PA i s a n o t - f o r- p r o f i t , m e m b e r- d r i v e n o r g a n i z a t i o n d e l i v e r i n g e d u c a t i o n a l p r o g r a m s , p r o d u c t s ,
s e r v i c e s a n d s o l u t i o n s f o r t h e p r e v e n t i o n o f i n j u r y a n d i l l n e s s i n t h e w o r k p l a c e . I A PA ' s m i s s i o n i s
to improve the quality of life in workplaces and communities we serve by being an internationally
recognized leader in providing effective programs, products and services for the prevention of
injury and illness.
HOW TO REGISTER
PHONE: 416-747-4017, 780-490-2007 or call toll free in
the U.S. and Canada 1-800-463-6727
FAX
your Registration Form to:
CSA Seminar Registration,
at 416-747-2510, 780-490-2059
MAIL
completed Registration Form with payment to:
CSA Seminar Registration
5060 Spectrum Way, Suite 100
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L4W 5N6
E-MAIL: [email protected]
REGISTRATION FEE
The fee includes continental breakfast, lunch, evening
reception and valuable seminar materials.
• Canadian residents must add 6% GST
• Quebec residents must also include 7.5% T VQ
• Maritime residents (NB, NS, NF) are subject to a
14% HST in lieu of the 6% GST
HOTEL RESERVATIONS
A limited room block is available until September 17, 2007.
Please quote "CSA/IAPA Electrical Safety" Group to receive
the special rate.
The Calgary Marriot Hotel
110 Ninth Avenue SE
Calgary, Alberta Canada T2G 5A6
Tel 403-266-7331 Fax 403-262-8442
Toll Free: 1 800 896 6878
REGISTRATION FORM
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Workplace Electrical Safety Conference 2007
CALGARY
October 17-18, 2007
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Substitutions will be permitted at any time prior to
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CSA reserves the right to cancel any conference and will,
in such event, fully refund all registration fees. No liability
is assumed by the organizers for changes in dates, content,
speakers or venue.
EXHIBITOR OPPORTUNITY
For information or to register as an exhibitor
please contact Mike Coughlan at 416-747-2506
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