Events Calendar

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TimeDateEventDescription
10:00AM05 May 2014SM-EI Consultation Workshop - Christchurch

With the Draft 2014 Safety Rules out for industry consultation the EEA has organised some regional workshops...

10:00AM06 May 2014SM-EI Consultation Workshop - Mosgiel

With the Draft 2014 Safety Rules out for industry consultation the EEA has organised some regional workshops...

09:00AM07 May 2014ICAM Lead Incident Investigator Training May 2014

THIS COURSE IS CURRENTLY FULL, BUT THE NEXT COURSE IS SCHEDULED FOR 19 & 20 AUGUST. PLEASE EMAIL ADMIN@EEA.CO.NZ FOR MORE INFORMATION. The Incident Cause Analysis Method (ICAM) course is presented by Safety Wise Solutions who are the licence holder for the ICAM training in Australasia. The company principal developed ICAM at BHP Billiton based on Professor James Reason research into human factors safety.

10:00AM07 May 2014SM-EI Consultation Workshop - Bunnythorpe

With the Draft 2014 Safety Rules out for industry consultation the EEA has organised some regional workshops...

10:00AM08 May 2014SM-EI Consultation Workshop - Hamilton

With the Draft 2014 Safety Rules our for industry consultation the EEA has organised some regional workshops...

10:00AM09 May 2014SM-EI Consultation Workshop - Auckland

With the Draft 2014 Safety Rules our for industry consultation the EEA has organised some regional workshops...

09:00AM12 May 2014QUT Basic Power System Protection 2014

The EEA in conjunction with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) School of Electrical and Electronic systems Engineering, are pleased to offer a course in Basic Power system Protection.

09:00AM14 May 2014QUT Circuit Breaker and Switchgear 2014

EEA in association with Queensland University of Technology brings you the Circuit Breakers & Switchgear Course, presented by Dr Jose Lopez-Roldan, Powerlink Queensland

09:00AM16 June 2014QUT Power System Fault Calculations 2014

EEA in association with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) brings you the Power System Fault Calculation Course presented by Frank Tutting.