16-18 September 2018
London Olympia, National Hall

Plasa 2018

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Mark Coles

Mark Coles

Head of Technical Regulations, Institution of Engineering and Technology

Mark Coles served his apprenticeship as an electrician with the UK Atomic Energy Authority and worked on many projects including the decommissioning of Windscale Piles 1 & 2, decommissioning of the Advanced Gas Reactor (AGR), Cement Encapsulation Plant, commissioning of THORP (Thermal Oxide Reprocessing Plant) and the Auto-Sampling Pneumatic Transfer System at Sellafield, Cumbria.

He studied Electrical & Electronic Engineering at London South Bank University, subsequently worked as Contracts and Project Manager in electrical contracting at Canary Wharf and then held the post of Operations Engineer with NICEIC.

Mark is Head of Technical Regulations at the IET and is responsible for the development of BS 7671, IET Guidance Notes and Codes of Practice.

Currently, Mark is Convener of CENELEC committees CLC TC 64 WG 9 and CLC TC 64 WG 21, an appointed UK expert on international committees IEC TC 64 MT 9 and IEC TC 64 JWG 32 and CENELEC CLC TC 64 WG 25; he is Secretary to JPEL/64D, UK sub-committee dealing with external influences to electrical installations.

Other activities include articles for the IET publication Wiring Matters, articles for other IET/trade publications and public speaking engagements.

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Testimonials

  • It was a really impressive show. Every time I looked there were lots of conversations going on around the show floor. I think every exhibitor should be happy. It was magic!
    Mick Hannaford
    Robe
  • We rate PLASA as one of the best shows in the world. We’ve had a really successful event, meeting our European clients and securing new overseas contacts as well as visitors from closer to home.
    Gary Fails
    City Theatrical
  • The show was incredibly busy, I didn’t have a moment of quiet time. I’ve seen more international visitors here this year which is great. I love it!
    Darren Beckley
    ETC Ltd
  • We’ve been exhibiting at PLASA for around 10 years and show both competing and complementary technologies, allowing our customers to see the differences between them. No one feels they’re getting the hard sell, it works very well.
    John Penn
    SSE Audio
  • We were delighted that 80% of our European distribution network came to the show, and we had visitors from Korea, Hong Kong and the US. The stand was really busy and we’ve thoroughly enjoyed the show.
    Matthew Lloyd
    GDS
  • This year’s PLASA show was one of the busiest ever, and in my opinion, it was also one of the best we’ve exhibited at. All in all, it was a very positive show for us and our suppliers.
    Jonathan Walters
    A.C. Entertainment Technologies
  • The show was genuinely good and there was a buzz. We certainly had a crowded stand and we hope the successful launching of new products brings the results we want. May PLASA continue for many more years.
    Cliff Dounting
    Chauvet
  • I am a big fan of PLASA London since the move and believe that the PLASA team have totally re-invigorated the show and established it as the product show in the UK, where the UK market turn to look at new products.
    Ben Noble
    Push the Button