Mine Electrical Safety 2021 Conference

June 7, 2021 – June 9, 2021 all-day
Pullman & Mercure Brisbane King George Square



Don’t miss the chance to book your spot at the Mine Electrical Safety Conference.  With COVID Safe restrictions in place, there are only a limited number of registrations available.

Early registration is available until Friday 30 April 2021. All full registrations include:

  • Entry to conference sessions and trade exhibition
  • All conference day catering
  • Welcome Reception ticket
  • Conference Dinner ticket
  • Attendee satchel and all inclusions
  • MESA Polo Shirt (To ensure selected size available, must be registered prior to Friday 30 April 2021)
  • Access post conference to permitted presentations

Presentations at the Mine Electrical Safety Conference include:

  • Opening Address – Trevor Brown, Deputy Chief Inspector of Mineral Mines and Quarries (Townsville & Atherton), Resources Safety & Health Queensland
  • Feedback on Electrical Data Review – Jon Smith, Inspector of Mines, Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
  • Electrical Compliance, Safety and Power Failure Prediction With Complete Transparency And Certification – Kurt Alexander, Quick Safety Pty Ltd
  • Electroguard: Mine Electrical Safety and Uptime – Marco da Silva, Antipodes Power Solutions
  • AIR2VOLTS – Compressed Air Powered, Intrinsically Safe, Uninterruptible Power Supplies, For Underground Mine Monitoring and Communications – Mark Gleadhill, Cool Mine
  • Controlling Oil Sampling to Ensure Operator and Plant Safety – Gordon Noble, Engineering Manager, Transaudit Pty Ltd
  • Ex Certification of Equipment for Hazardous Areas, Selection of Cables and Cable Glands  Bipin Parmar, Principal Engineer, Simtars – Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
  • Proper Control and Protection for electrical equipment with the impact of High Efficiency motors David Pilt, Technology Specialist – Motor Control & Drives, NHP Electrical Engineering Products
  • Mine Site Electrical Shock:  Case study of the incident, its precursors, cause, outcomes, and results Rowan McMurray, Senior Engineer, Safearth
  • Cybersecurity. Evolution of the threat to Industrial Control Systems – Daryl Wheatley, Director, MWS Risk Pty Ltd
  • Improved Transformer Fire Safety on Mine Sites using Natural and Synthetic Ester Fluids – David Sowden, Business Development Manager, M & I Materials
  • Control of Touch Potential Transients During Switching – Peter Stepien, Principal Engineer, ResTech
  • Bringing Safety Back to Earth – Malcolm Davies, Technical Principal – Electrical Design, SMEC
  • UPS DC Arc Flash Study – Nathan Ting, Regional Manager, Cell Engineering
  • Electrical Safety – Chris Halliday, Director, PowerLogic
  • Engineering in an Emergency – Ian Webster, Group Engineering Manager, Ampcontrol

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