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Forensics and Electrical Design – Webinar – 1.0 PDHs
May 31 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm UTC+0
SECOND CHANCE! This program was originally offered in March 2022. Unfortunately, our recording didn’t work. However, our speaker has graciously offered to give the program again. So, if you weren’t able to join the original program, this is a second chance to attend live with the speaker. It will be recorded and later added to the MnSPE webinars on-demand library.
Program: A discussion on common electrical failures in industrial, commercial, and residential settings. How to recognize early signs of failure, and how to incorporate good engineering practice to avoid trouble.
Specifically, this program will cover hazards involved in conducting examination of electrical equipment, use of protective equipment, and the effects of electrical failure.
About the presenter:
Will McBride, PE is a senior consulting engineer with Minot Enterprises, Inc. in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. His background includes designing for factory automation, environmentally hazardous cleanup, nuclear power plants, forensic engineering, and heavy industry power systems analysis and design. Throughout his career, his focus has been on safety as
fundamental to design.
Free for currrent MnSPE members, $60 for non-members.