Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management, is set to mark its participation at the Electrical Safety Experts Symposium 2014 from a 40 sq. meter stand that showcases a wide range of products and solutions including Arc flash protection, medical panel, final Distribution – MCB /PREMSET-, shielded solid insulated switchgear, wiring devices, micrologic E, and data center mockup.
Scheduled to take place between 5-6 November at Kempinski Hotel, Riyadh, the third Electrical Safety Experts Symposium will focus on the importance of safety in the generation, transmission and distribution of electrical power systems. Discussing emerging safety legislations and regulations of developed countries, the symposium will highlight systems that can be used to protect people, electrical equipment and electrical installations.
Ahead of Schneider Electric’s participation, Ziad Mortaja, Country President of Schneider Electric in Saudi Arabia, said: “Power is a crucial aspect of present-day living, both for citizens and organisations in the region. Schneider Electric has always invested in raising awareness on the potential risks related to electricity and the correct usage of electrical supplies and systems.
“The Electrical Safety Experts Symposium is of strategic importance as it provides a platform for vendors to display the latest solutions, and allows users to gain an understanding of the need to protect their assets from electrical hazards.”
Schneider Electric’s industry leading circuit breakers and fully type tested electrical panels are engineered for electrical distribution and protection solution large sites and residential projects. It is central to Schneider Electric’s safety agenda is the protection of people & property and the solution providers installing the products.
Schneider Electric’s industry leading circuit breakers and fully type tested electrical panels are engineered for distribution and protection of large sites and residential projects. The safety of property and people, especially solution providers working onsite, is central to Schneider Electric’s agenda.
The symposium will define safety rules in electric power supply facilities, and discuss emerging legislations and regulations of developed countries to achieve safety, increase awareness and raise interest in electrical safety in general