By Anthony Capkun
March 13, 2013 – The IEEE IAS Electrical Safety, Technical & Mega Projects (ESTMP) Workshop provides a forum for exchanging and advancing industry knowledge in the areas of safety, engineering design and system reliability of electrical systems and technologies for the execution of Mega Projects, and it has issued a Call for Papers for the 2014 event, being held March 3-5 in Calgary, Alta.
CLICK HERE to check out our Video from the 2012 event in Edmonton.
The workshop is not a training course, but a forum for exchanging ideas and practical experiences involving knowledge, safe work practices, philosophies, electrical technology and mega projects experience that are changing the electrical discipline in industry. The target audience includes electrical professionals involved in:
• Facilities construction, operation and maintenance
• Facilities and process design
• Engineering services
• Training and continuing education
• Regulations, codes and standards
• Forensics and risk management
• Temporary power
• Human error and human factors
• Project management and engineering
The workshop’s focus is to share innovative concepts, successes as well as lessons learned in the areas of: 1) advancing state-of-the-art knowledge and best practices; 2) stimulating innovation to create the next generation of technology; and 3) design and implementation of Mega Projects.
The conference is calling for presentations and tutorials for the 2014 event. Interested? Download the PDF below for more information.