August 6, 2015 - August 7, 2015 | UL India Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore

Electrical hazards are fatal and costly. These can only be prevented if appropriate safety procedures are developed and enforced. A structured training to impart complete familiarity with equipment and system and also promote the importance of electrical safety is vital.

This seminar addresses the theoretical aspects of safety as well as practical issues including the statutory and safety training related aspects. This know-how will enable participants to implement appropriate safety procedures in the work place and improve their safety record.

Key Topics Covered


  • Principles of Safety Rules
  • Electrical Shock & Methods of Shock Prevention
  • Hazards Due to Electrical Arcing and Heating
  • Static Electricity and Protection
  • Safety Aspects in Electrical Equipment Design and selection
  • Safe Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Equipment
  • Earthling and Bonding
  • Substation Safety
  • Safety in Battery Installations
  • Regulations Governing Workplace Safety


The main speaker of the seminar would be Mr. Ratan Mathur. He is an electrical engineer with 35 years of experience in industrial automation, electrical projects and power electronics. He has been an instructor and writer with IDC Technologies since 2007, a member of National Safety Council of India (Expert Panel) since 2008, and an inspector – quality assurance and inspection services with Crown Agents since 2005. He has conducted over 40 safety audits in various manufacturing plants. Mr. Mathur had an illustrious career from 1972 to 1989 at Siemens, before he took up the responsibility of all-India marketing of VSDs, PLCs soft starters etc. for Crompton Greaves Ltd until 1992. Mr. Mathur is a certified energy auditor from the Bureau of Energy Efficiency – New Delhi; Ministry of Power-Govt of India.

Who Should Attend

The seminar aims to benefit Instrumentation and control engineers, mechanical engineers, consulting engineers, building service designers, maintenance engineers and technicians, Power system protection and control, data system planners and managers, and people from any industry who have contact with electrical infrastructure.

Fee per participant is INR 19,665/-

For further information, contact or call on 91.96862.02323