The EEA facilitates a number of working groups to develop engineering, technical and safety standards, guidelines and best practice documents that support, improve and build on the knowledge and understanding of industry safety. The EEA also works closely with a number of government and overseas project-based working groups, including the OSH Approved Code of Practice on Tree Trimming Working Group; the Tree Regulations Working Group; and the Distributed Generation Working Group.

SAFETY STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES GROUP (SSPG)

The Safety Standards and Procedures Group (SSPG) is a key Standing Committee of the EEA. Its role is to be the authoritative and coordinating industry committee for discussion and resolution of national issues affecting safety in the electricity supply industry participants.

Safety Standards and Procedures Group

NATIONAL COMMITTEE ON LIVE WORK (NCLW)

The role of the National Committee on Live Work (NCLW) is to be the authoritative industry body for discussion and resolution of national issues effecting live line work and live work on networks in the electricity supply industry.

National Committee on Live Work

ASSET MANAGEMENT GROUP (AMG)

The vision and objectives are to provide leadership and guidance for effective asset management for the electricity supply industry.

Asset Management Group

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GROUP (PDG)

The role of the Group is to provide collaboration, coordination across industry members and stakeholders, provide leadership to enable the sustainable professional development and transitioning to technology for technical and safety professionals in the electricity supply industry.

Professional Development Group

PUBLIC SAFETY WORKING GROUP (PSWG)

The Public Safety Working Group is a joint working group which was established in 2014 by the Electricity Networks Association (ENA) and the Electricity Engineers Association (EEA).

Public Safety Working Group
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