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BC Safety Authority 2016 Electrical Conference: Protective Equipment – How Codes & Regulations are Keeping Us Safe

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June 08, 2016
21550 44th Avenue, Langley, BC V3A 7N1

Who should attend the Electrical Conference?

Electrical professionals who are interested in learning about the different codes and regulations pertaining to protective equipment and their impact to safety. A more in-depth look at Section 18 (Hazardous Areas) of the Canadian Electrical Code will also be covered.

Benefits of attending

  • Networking opportunities with industry professionals, BCSA safety officers, electrical equipment manufacturers and suppliers
  • Information on new and existing electrical equipment
  • Conference tote bags
  • Prize draws
  • Full buffet lunch and refreshments


Benefits of Being an Exhibitor

  • Access to a targeted audience of electrical professionals
  • Industry exposure
  • Networking opportunities with other electrical equipment manufacturers and suppliers

Email  marisa.mihailoff@safetyauthority.ca  for an Exhibitor Package

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BCSA will be hosting its Annual Public Meeting (APM) at the same location at 8:00am. Join us for a complimentary breakfast, meet our Board members and learn about our achievements and future plans. The APM is a free event. Click the link below to register for the APM:



9:30am Registration Table Opens

10-10:15am Welcome and Opening Remarks (BCSA)

10:15-11:15am Jeff Glenney (Littelfuse) – “Industrial GFCI’s and EGFPD devices, as defined by UL943C, and how they may improve safety and operations in Canadian installations”

11:20am-12:00pm Bill Simpson (CSA) – “Section 18 of CEC (Hazardous Areas)”

12:00-1:30pm Lunch & visit exhibitor booths

1:30-2:30pm Sunny Ghataurah (AES Engineering) – “Implementing Energy Standard ASHRAE 90.1-2010 and NECB 2011: Design and Building Permit Application Requirements”

2:30-2:45pm Break & visit exhibitor booths

2:45-4:15 Ark Tsisserev (AES Engineering) – “Application and installation requirements for electrically connected life safety systems – facts and misconceptions”

4:15-4:30pm Closing Remarks and Prize Draw

Grand Prize = Sturgeon Fishing for 4 on the Fraser River in Chilliwack
Second Prize = ipad Mini
Third Prize = Gift Card to Boardroom

4:30pm  Event Ends


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