2023 Electrical Safety Management course testimonials
"The course itself was presented at a good level and the test cases that were supplied were relevant and sufficient to the skillsets of the team that was attending over the course of the two days.
This was the first real opportunity where we managed to get a majority of our team in the one room for training since COVID and between the presenters and those who attended the course they quickly built up an excellent rapport making it a very interactive two days of training and some positive actions that are currently being implemented within our organisation.
The benefit of having the course in person cannot be underestimated and the environment created allowed perhaps quieter members of the team have their voices heard."
Craig Wilson, Head of Engineering On-shore, Scottish Power Renewables
“I spent an enjoyable couple of days down at the headquarters of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) down in Stevenage…The two course presented a good run through of the second edition of the IET's Code of Practice on Electrical Safety Management. This is a useful tool for any individual or organisation looking to conduct a gap analysis of their approach to electrical safety management in the workplace, ensuring that all aspects are considered and actions prioritised.”
“The Bills (Bill Tubey and Bill Bates) provided insight and experience drawn from long careers in power distribution and the HSE inspectorate and it was particularly useful to see more examples of workplace incidents involving electricity, work through case studies; and speak with other course delegates about their own approaches and the challenges faced.”
“Found it to be a very well run and useful course indeed. I would strongly recommend it to anyone involved in Electrical Safety.”
“Really interesting course”
“Great course and is an eye opener in terms of the gap analysis aspect but certainly the legal aspects as well.”