AURORA, Colo. – Electrical engineers, technicians, maintenance professionals, and buyers and sellers of surplus electrical apparatus will meet in Cleveland April 24-27, 2015, for the 18th Annual Electrical Safety, Reliability and Sustainability Conference & Exhibition at the Hyatt Regency Cleveland at The Arcade. The conference, which is focused on electrical safety and reconditioning standards, will explore topics including the latest electrical life-extension techniques, reconditioning standards, and technician certification.
The dual-track conference includes two days of technical presentations for managers and engineers, and a second hands-on training track for electrical technicians and maintenance professionals. This year¹s training will focus on low-voltage electrically operated breakers and components. Speakers from Eaton, National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET), National Switchgear, North American Switchgear, Inc., Select Equipment, Utility Relay Company, and more are scheduled to present at the conference. More detail on specific keynote and educational session topics and speakers, along with information on tours, networking, and receptions, will be announced as these plans are formalized.
The Electrical Safety, Reliability and Sustainability Conference & Exhibition is expected to draw more than 20 exhibitors and 150 attendees. Services and equipment used in testing, maintenance, and safe operation of recycled electrical materials will be on display. More information on the conference, including conference and hotel registration, can be accessed at www.electricalsafetyandreliability.com.
Exhibitor space for the electrical industry¹s preeminent annual safety, reliability, and sustainability event is limited, so companies interested in showcasing their products and services should act quickly. Interested attendees and exhibitors can contact the PEARL office at (877) 287-3275, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.Pearl1.org. Corporations that join PEARL within 30 days of the end of the conference will have up to 100 percent of their conference registration fee applied toward their first year’s PEARL membership.
Founded in 1997, the Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League (PEARL) creates, collects, and disseminates information, policies, procedures, and standards to ensure the proper recycling and reuse of electrical power equipment. Its 70+ corporate members must meet strict technical, safety, and operational requirements. PEARL is an ANSI Accredited Standards Developer.