“We have been fortunate to have attracted a consistently high quality of presenters and papers over the years,” explains White. “In the recent Daytona ESW, we had 28 presentations—ranging from case studies, statistical analyses, and alternative arc flash calculation models, to insights into international domestic and standards, and explorations into change-management and leadership.” The diversity and range of papers is one of the reasons why this conference is rated as a ‘must attend’ by so many industry leaders.”
The ESW is currently accepting proposals for technical papers. Papers selected and approved by the ESW Technical Program Committee, will be presented either in a workshop forum or poster format. Proposals are due not later than May 1, 2012. Please visit http://ewh.ieee.org/cmte/ias-esw/ for additional information and application form.
The next Electrical Safety Workshop will be held March 11th through 15th, 2013, at the Dallas Anatole Hilton. According to Dan Doan, the current Organizing Committee Chairman, “It’s the perfect location for our 20th annual workshop. We expect a record turn-out with leaders from around the world in the electrical safety community.”
About the IEEE IAS Electrical Safety Workshop:
Since inception, the IEEE IAS Electrical Safety Workshop has been the premier forum for accelerating advancements in workplace electrical safety. The workshop is sponsored by the IEEE Industrial Application Society (IAS).
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