Upcoming Events

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NOTICE: Starting with our 1/10/2017 Dinner meeting, ASQ 1510 member pricing is $15 per person, ASQ Student Member pricing is $5, and non-member/late pricing is $30.  (you may send an alternate if you find after registering that you cannot attend, but we must pay venue for each registrant regardless of whether you show up, so registration fee is non-refundable)

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ASQ 1510 Dinner Meeting: Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Shula’s Hotel, 15255 Bull Run Road, Miami Lakes, FL 33014, (305) 821-1150

Registration/Networking: 5:30 pm

Dinner: 6:30 pm

Speaker: 7:20

 

Speaker: Martin R. Perrone, Carpenter Electric, Inc.

 

Martin is the Director of Electrical Safety & Code Compliance at Carpenter Electric. He is a graduate of Sandler Sales Institute and a veteran trainer of the Xerox Professional Selling Skills (PSS) framework. Martin is a technical trainer as is a Certified TEGG Representative for Carpenter Electric in West Palm Beach. The TEGG Network is the highly recognized international industry group which sets the standard for training and certifying electricians and operations personnel and contractors in a unique and proven guaranteed Predictive & Proactive Energized Electrical Inspections and preventive maintenance solutions around the world. As a TEGG representative, Martin conducts Arc Flash Safety and compliance training seminars for a variety of industrial, commercial, governmental and healthcare facility managers. Since 2013 he has conducted National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E Arc Flash training programs for organizations including Building Owners and Managers Association, OSHA,  Broward County Fire Inspectors Association, Palm Beach State College Fire Academy, Florida Health Care Engineering Association, the Palm Beach Safety Council, and the Safety Alliance in Miami.

 

Presentation Topic: ARC FLASH is not a Superhero!

In this session, Martin will define and describe the Arc Flash hazard. He will discuss the NFPA 70E safety codes required by OSHA to be accomplished “within a reasonable period of time” before a business/building owner can become Arc Flash Compliant. The final ruling of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269 became law on July 10, 2014. This presentation will demonstrate why Arc Flash is such a priority and how it provides what safety and facility managers need to know, and do, to become NFPA 70E Arc Flash Compliant.   

  • Learn National Government Safety Regulations that are designed to help business/building owners protect their assets: buildings, employees, vendors and clients from dangerous Arc Flash events. 
  • Learn specific life-safety practices, and procedures employers must know, follow and document to limit fiscal liability. 
  • Learn the three-step proven process that will ensure business/building owners never experience a lengthy and costly accidental injury, electrical fire, or business interruption.

 

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