NFPA 70E (2018): Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace
Date and Time
|Start||20 May||8:00 a.m.|
|End||21 May||5:00 p.m.|
Daryl Ray Crow
Graduated from the University of Houston in 1969 with a BSEE degree. After the graduation, Ray started working at Aluminum Company of America, where he helped and supported the design, instalation and operation of power and rectification systems in factories of Alcoa all over the world. He also served as the team chief of the group that developed the norms and training for the safety work practice at Alcoa. In 1996, he started working as the technical director in Fluor Global Services and Duke Energy, where he was the specialist in the design and consultancy of electrical engineering projects of energy distribution systems, also serving in programs for the safety work practices.
Marcelo E. Valdes
IEEE Fellow, Cornell University-1977, BS EE. Mr. Valdes was with GE 41 years in field engineering, sales, product management, marketing and application engineering. Since July 2018 he is with ABB’s Electrical Products division. Mr. Valdes is past chair of various IEEE PES and IAS chapters in Northern California and the 2014 IEEE Electrical Safety Workshop (IEEE-ESW). Mr. Valdes chairs the IEEE 1683-2014 working group “IEEE P1683 Guide for Specification and Selection of Low Voltage Motor Control Centers with Enhanced Safety Features” and is active in various other IEEE working groups, mostly in electrical safety and electrical systems protection including IEEE 1584 where he was one of the chairs of the model validation task group for the 2018 edition.
About the Tutorial
This tutorial consist in a basic course of electrical safety in the workplace based on NFPA 70E.