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Electrical Engineers’ Forum

TAS Engineering Consultants has invited some of the world’s most renowned engineers and safety specialists to its sixth annual Electrical Engineers’ Forum (EEF).

The forum, which will take place at Middlesbrough FC’s Riverside Stadium on 3 November, is a key networking opportunity for Electrical Engineers in the Tees Valley and from across the UK to discuss new initiatives and problems and to share best practice.

This year’s event will be focusing on Asset Management and the keynote speaker is Ian D. Burley, the Health Safety Executive’s Principal Specialist Engineer. He will discuss changes in legislation surrounding Asset Management and Performance.

Tim Elwell, Head of Electrical Engineering at TAS, said: “By creating a support network focused on Engineering Excellence, the forum has helped broaden the knowledge and expertise of engineers by increasing their skill-sets to meet challenges of their industry.

“We are delighted to welcome back Ian Burley to Teesside after he was so well-received as our key note speaker last year. Ian brings a wealth of knowledge, which will be of real benefit to attendees.

“The TAS Electrical Engineers’ Forum has become a key date in the calendar for specialists in the sector. The industries these electrical engineers operate in are continually evolving and this forum is the perfect platform to share best practice and discuss transferable procedures.”

The TAS Electrical Engineers’ Forum takes place on 3 November.


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