NETA Charged Up for Electrical Safety Conference, March 9-12

The InterNational Electrical Testing Association will host the annual PowerTest Electrical Maintenance and Safety Conference March 9-12 at the Grand Hyatt in San Antonio, Texas. With a focus on safety, reliability, and equipment, the event will offer hundreds of power systems professionals educational resources and networking opportunities with leading industry authorities, manufacturers, and suppliers. Attendees will receive access to a variety of technical activities, including paper tracks, interactive panel sessions and symposium, a new product forum, trade show, networking opportunities, and post-conference seminars.

Certified Safety Professional Carl Potter will deliver a keynote address on electrical safety and the steps necessary in creating a zero-injury workplace. Potter, author of such titles as Who is Responsible for Safety and Working Safely in a Changing Environment, has extensive industry experience including more than 17 years of electric utilities field experience and more than 15 years of consulting experience based upon improving workplace safety.

To register for PowerTest, or for a more detailed listing of conference offerings, exhibitors, and sponsors, visit www.powertest.org or call (888) 300-6382. NETA, a sponsor of the IEEE/NFPA Arc Flash Research Project, is an accredited standards developer for the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and defines the standards by which electrical equipment is deemed safe and reliable. NETA-certified technicians conduct the tests that ensure this equipment meets the association's stringent specifications.

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