- January 17, 2018
- Mrinmoy Bhattacharjee
“…Thus, the safety week provides a platform to discuss the key issues related to electrical safety in the state of Maharashtra,” Maha Chief Electrical Inspector said.
Aiming to outline safety regulation provisions and its execution challenge with a focus on the new technological developments for ensuring electrical installation and the electricity user’s safety, Chief Electrical Inspectorate of Maharashtra with the industry stakeholders and International Copper Association India (ICA India) is organising Electrical Safety Week between January 11 and 17, ICA India said in a press release today.
According to ICA India, Maharashtra government’s chief electrical inspector has emphasised on higher safety practices, measures to reduce the electrical accidents and the need for awareness programmes, which is both industry friendly and easily understandable for the common man. Thus, the safety week provides a platform to discuss the key issues related to electrical safety in the state of Maharashtra. It will also help in implementing standards and regulations of electrical infrastructure in Maharashtra.
Sanjeev Ranjan, managing director, International Copper Association India (ICA India) said that all participants should come together to share experiences and interact with concern electrical safety officials about best practices and understand the need for regular and timely inspection of all electrical installation.