15-17 September 2019
London Olympia, National Hall

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PLASA Show 2018 seminar programme

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Electrical Standards Update: BS 7671 and BS 7909

18-Sep-2018
Fast Track Theatre
PLASA Professional Development

If you set up temporary power systems, manufacture/hire distribution equipment or are planning a refurbishment of your venue, then you need to be aware of the coming changes in electrical Standards in the UK. Both BS 7671 (The IET Wiring Regulations), BS 7909 (The Code of Practice for temporary power systems) and the ABTT Technical Standards for Places of Entertainment are being revised in 2018. The changes are varied and affect all aspects of our industry so join this session to find out what's new, what's relevant and what can be safely ignored. Catch an expensive SPD, find out about the truth behind the requirement for metal cable ties or whether arc fault detection has to be fitted. This session is hosted by James Eade who will be joined by Mark Coles, Technical Regulations Manager for the IET and Paul Chaffers, Regional Manager for NAPIT, along with fellow industry experts. Time will be left for questions so it is an ideal time to get advice from those who develop the standards themselves.

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Speakers
James Eade, Consultant - PLASA
Mark Coles, Head of Technical Regulations - Institution of Engineering and Technology
Paul Chaffers, Regional Inspections Manager - NAPIT

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