Electrical Safety in the Workplace.
Date: Friday, March 27, 2015
Time: Registration & Breakfast: 8:00AM-8:30AM
Seminar: 8:30AM – 3:00PM
Speaker: John Leedy, P.E., Owner, LEEDY ELECTRIC EAST, LLC
Location: Seminole Electric Cooperative, 16313 North Dale Mabry, Tampa, Fl. 33618
Cost: $150 Members, $300 Non-Members, $100 Students. Includes Breakfast, Lunch, & seminar text, “NFPA 70E – 2015 Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace” (a $65 value) is included with this seminar.
PDH Credits: Professional development hours will be awarded. Be sure to enter your name and PE number on the signup website as it appears on your license. Florida exempt provider #00015.
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IEEE PE/IA Chapter Treasurer:
PES/IAS Chapter 2593 Forest Run Court
Clearwater, FL 33761-3716
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Seminar Text A $65 Value is included with this Seminar.
Your local IEEE PES/IAS Chapter is offering this 6 hour training on Electrical Safety in the Workplace by John Leedy, Owner of Leedy Electric East.
This training session will be devoted to the subject of Electrical Safety in the workplace as it relates to the latest edition of the NFPA 70E-2015 and the updates contained therein. Topics such as “how does electrical safety and the NFPA-70E apply to the workplace” and “what is required to be compliant with the standard” will be covered.
A copy of the standard, NFPA-70E-2015 Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace is included in the training costs.
John Leedy graduated from University of Florida in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in Power Delivery. John worked for Dillard Smith Construction as a protective relay technician. He joined General Electric as a Field Engineer, specializing in Power Substations and DC Electronic Drive Systems in Paper Mills as well as Project Management of Paper Machine Drive System retrofits and substation construction and commissioning. John left GE to join the family business, Leedy Electric Corp, in 1987. He earned his PE license for the State of Florida in 1992 and the State of Georgia in 2013 and received his Masters in Engineering Management from the USF in 2002. John has been working with NFPA 70E regulation since 2002, performing hundreds of Arc Flash Risk assessments throughout the SE United States,training management and employees on the standard. Leedy Electric is located in Mulberry Florida, and has been in business since 1975, specializing in Engineering and Electrical Service for the commercial and industrial industries.