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A warm welcome to you if you are new to the IET Ireland Network

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  If you have any queries about the IET Ireland Network activities please contact our Hon Secretary
  email:  
christopher.mcloughlin@ietvolunteer.org

  Ireland Network Committee



     

UPCOMING IRELAND NETWORK LECTURES ONLINE FOR THE TIME BEING

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic restriction measures we cannot hold physical lectures with audiences in attendance
Until further notice we will present our scheduled lectures online using the Zoom Webinar conferencing application
This app is available for both computers and smartphones etc. so you are warmly invited to our upcoming events


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Upcoming Events Posters


All the events for the 2021 season have now taken place
We are planning a comprehensive programme for 2022 and
the details of the scheduled events will be posted as required.


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Webinars Completed recently

Tuesday 13 October Tony Lynch and Niamh Gillen presented a Webinar outlining   5dad8d6bb8da52cb54a8ce17ae31a2c9-huge-im
the developments and the potential of Biomethane in Ireland

Tuesday 9 November Peter Hendrick outlined the structure of the National  Broadband  1988ab1753ec49a9a332f3e7431c2bae-huge-he
Plan and discussed some of the issues that are in progress for its implementation

Tuesday 23 November Paul Cuttle presented a very intense lecture on the planning     
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and activation of crisis management and actions necessary for the sussessful implementation of the
action plan
when an incident takes place
                                                                                          


 

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Blog

According to Ireland’s Health and Safety Authority “In Ireland, there have been 40 electrocutions or deaths from the explosive/burning effects of electricity from 2001 to the end of 2020. Of those, 25 deaths have been associated with a work activity”. It doesn’t seem very many, but one fatality a year represents a loved-one lost, doing their job. Electrical safety in organisations is often the responsibility of non-electrically qualified staff, from facilities managers up to company directors. Is that you? If so, are you confident you know how to manage your organisation’s electrical risk?   read more...
Posted by Lynsay Callaghan on IET Ireland Network Jul 16, 2021 1:37 pm BST
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