Static Electricity Control Invites Industry Professionals to SELP
Static Electricity Control is inviting industry professionals to attend the only conference in the Asia Pacific dedicated to static electricity and lightning protection.
Static Electricity & Lightning Protection Conference (SELP) will take place on 13-14 February 2020.
The event will offer interactive demonstrations and presentations from local and international manufacturers, compliance, standards, latest research, technology, innovations and best practice. Before you plan your next static electricity or lightning protection project, visit the conference.
The event will include workshops with leading subject matter experts in static electricity, earthing and bonding, chemical additives, electrical installation, lighting, cathodic and surge protection, as well as Australian and international standards.
During the conference, you will find out about updates / proposed changes to IEC 60079-32-1/ ASNZS 1020 & AS/NZS 1768 and how they affect your workplace, learn about static electricity control and lightning protection systems through case studies and critical discussion and update your knowledge on static electricity control for process and machinery safety.
The event will offer an opportunity to learn how to design and install static electricity control and lightning protection systems in hazardous areas, see how Australian and international standards are being successfully applied and understand how AS/NZS 3000 applies to static electricity and lightning protection systems.
The participants will be able to discuss critical issues of compliance to standards with experienced professionals, find practical solutions to their static electricity and lightning protection issues, as well as network and share their experiences with static electricity control and lightning protection experts and their peers.
The conference was organised for a broad range of industry professionals, including instrumentation and control engineers, engineering managers, process plant engineers and technicians, plant and project managers, process maintenance technicians, risk assessors, chemical, process and mechanical engineers, instrumentation technicians, design engineers, manufacturers of hazardous area equipment, safety facilitators, electrical technicians and managers, process control specialists, process safety and loss prevention managers, government safety regulators / inspectors, OHS / training managers, tradespersons working in potentially explosive areas and electrical and instrument tradespersons.
Keynote speakers and presenters, including committee members of CSELP & HAECA, support SELP 2020 because it offers attendees an opportunity to talk to industry and subject matter experts for the low cost of admission.
Keynote speakers include Jim Doumis, instrumentation and electrical project manager, major hazard sites, and Colin Baker, hazardous area trainer, H Class inspector, auditor, advisor and committee member, Australian Standards.
To purchase your two-day ticket for A$328.90, including GST, and for any enquiries contact Cem Novella on +61 3 5977 5920 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Once payment has been received, a confirmation email and invoice will be sent to your nominated email address.
Accommodation Flinders Hotel – Accommodation (03) 5989 0201 www.flindershotel.com.au. Accommodation is not included in the price of a ticket and is to be organised by the attendee.
All lunches, morning and afternoon refreshments are included in the ticket price. Dinner on Day 1 is included in the ticket price – set course, alcohol is not included.
If you are unable to attend the full conference program, contact us for details to attend individual sessions. Confirmation email and invoice will be sent to delegates within three days of payment.
A 50% cancellation fee will apply for cancellations received seven – 14 days prior to the start date of the conference. Cancellations received less than seven days prior to the start date of the conference are not refundable.
Please read through the terms and conditions prior to the purchase of tickets as set out on www.cselp.com