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Safety and Health - SM-EI Learning support (Online learning/assessment), Digitise new documents (Line Mechanics and Cable Joiners Handbook), and AS/NZS 45001 Public Safety guides
Asset management - Conductor Health and Wooden Poles guides
Professional Development - Engineering/Asset Management Capability report on capability framework, Technicians working group report on capability framework, Micro Credientials OHLD: Online 'Poles, Cross Arms' modules, ESI Workforce Development project, Arch Flash Training: Review and Digital version
Live work - G&B Procedure - Part 2 and LV Live Work Procedures, Training and competency, LiveWork Permit Auditing Guides
Communications - engagement and support of members: membership survey, newsletters, Linkedin, website usability, draft guide consultation and implementation of national safety/technical guides/procedures, knowledge forums (e.g. Asset Management Forum, Annual Safety Forum, Young Engineers' Forum (APEX), Live Work Forum), online meetings, virtual conferencing and interactive webinars to support, online learning and assessment, Worksafe/Energy Safety, MBIE, Staylive, EDI H&S Forum, ENA, OHLD Forum
Purpose of the EEA
The Electricity Engineers' Association ("EEA") provides a focal point for collaboration and thought leadership in engineering, safety and asset management across the electricity industry. The EEA enables members to continuously learn and develop in a dynamic and rapidly changing environment.
To achieve this purpose the EEA:
EEA's is a collaborator, enabler, leader and trusted advisor in:
Success for EEA is that it has a high level of 'goodwill support' from its members and stakeholders and is being responsive and accountable for delivering quality outcomes to them.
EEA's key strategic deliverables for 2020-2025 are focused on supporting performance improvements in:
Engineering- including asset management, safety, resilience and enabling emerging technologies.
Safety and health - including the management of common critical risks, effective procedures, safety competency, learning and performance benchmarks.
Training and professional development - including sustainable specialist engineering and safety and health learning tools, courses and events.Knowledge - including the provision of quality and timely advice, information and guidance.
The EEA's Annual Business Plan identifies work activities and projects that align with the purpose of the EEA and meet the needs of Members.
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