AEGIS Loss Control has developed a new training program for electric utility personnel, “Investigating Electrical Incidents.”
The day-and-a-half training workshop will provide AEGIS members with information needed to properly investigate incidents involving inadvertent or intentional contact with an electric utility’s system equipment, power lines and supporting structures. Attendees will learn about the objectives of investigations, determining the causes of incidents, conducting witness interviews, National Electrical Safety Code clearance rules, and the importance of properly collecting, documenting and retaining evidence.
The first workshop is scheduled for April 4 and 5 at the PSE&G Edison Training and Development Center in Edison, NJ. For more information, and to register online, please visit the AEGIS website.
AEGIS member company personnel from operations, claims, engineering and safety are encouraged to attend. The workshops, breakfast and lunch are complimentary; however attendees will be responsible for their own travel and accommodations.
Additional workshops will be scheduled later this year at other locations around the country. If you’re interested in attending a future workshop, please contact Lucille Jackowski by e-mail or phone at 201.521.4644. For more information about this new program, contact Frank Del Vecchio by e-mail or phone at 201.521.4551.