Electrical Measurement Safety Webcast

Thursday, March 22, 2012 at 2 p.m. ET/1 p.m. CT/11 a.m. PT
One Professional Development Hour (PDH) is available for all registrants

Performing even the most routine of electrical measurements can be potentially hazardous. This Webcast will show you how to minimize and avoid the hidden hazards of electric shock and arc flash. You will learn what causes an arc flash and how to select the right tools to keep you safe.

Who should attend:
Plant Managers, Engineering Managers, Maintenance Managers, Reliability Engineers, Safety Officers, Electricians, Technicians and Contractors.

Dave Robley, Territory Sales Manager, Fluke Corporation
Bob Vavra, Content Manager and Moderator, Plant Engineering

Dave Robley:
Dave has been with the Fluke Corporation since 1984, and has specialized in test equipment applications and training relating to thermal imaging, vibration test, power quality, electrical measurement safety, and motor/ motor drive troubleshooting. Dave is has Level I Certification in both Infrared Thermography and Vibration Analysis. Dave holds a BSEE from Marquette University, and currently works as a Territory Sales Manager based in the Chicago area.

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