December 10 – 11, 2009 • Hyatt Regency Century Plaza • Los Angeles, CA
EUCI Presents a Course on:
This program is an excellent opportunity
to better comprehend the principles that
support the use of personal protective
(equipotential) grounding when working on
de-energized lines and equipment. I highly
recommend this program to anyone who
has responsibility for supporting the safety
of field personnel.
East Coast Safety Manager, PAR Electrical Contractors
I experienced an electrical contact with
7,200 volts and survived. The real message
here is that with a course like Electric
Safety in Utilities, my contact could have
been avoided. Despite completing an
apprenticeship program a class like this
expresses the importance of grounding,
personal grounds, and equipotential zone
for all workers.
Construction Engineer, Salt River Project
Excellent course for engineers! Dr. El-
Sharkawi can back up his teachings!
Electrical Engineer, Colorado Springs Utilities
Very good class!
Audit Consultant, American Electric Power
EUCI is authorized by IACET to offer
up to 1.3 CEUs for this program.
Consultants, Inc. (EUCI)
is recognized by the
North American Electric
Reliability Corporation as a continuing education provider
who adheres to NERC Continuing Education Program
Criteria. NERC ID: EUCI_109824
This course has been approved for 12 NERC CEs
December 10-11, 2009
Electric utilities place high priorities on providing their workers a safe environment for
power line construction and maintenance. In addition, regulatory agencies such as the
Occupational Safety and Health Administrations (OSHA) and the Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) provide fundamental rules to create a safe working
environment for transmission line workers. These rules are published in OSHA standards
and the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC).
This course covers the foundations of personnel safety for ut