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4th Low Voltage Conference - Sydney, Australia

Standards Australia announced today that the 2018 edition of AS/NZS 3000:2018, Electrical Installations (known as the Wiring Rules) has been published in Australia and New Zealand.

The new standard, created through collaboration between industry and government, has now been published with key updates in important areas, such as main switches, residual current devices (RCDs) and DC wiring systems.

Is your business prepared for these amendments?

The Wiring Rules affect your businesses every day. Whether you are an electrical contractor or an electrical engineer, the changes to each clause in a revision of the Wiring Rules affect your compliance with State legislation. Anyone involved in the planning and design of electrical systems, installation or maintenance must have a clear idea about the various requirements contained in the standard.

The primary purpose of the AS/NZS 3000 standard, like many of its various other equivalent national standards, is to ensure the safety of personnel, livestock and property against the dangers (e.g. electric shock and fire) arising from the use and handling of electrical equipment and appliances. For those installations covered in the scope of this standard, its provisions are mandatory and must be followed. 

Need to know more? Attend the upcoming 4th Low Voltage Conference which will cover all the amendments and how they will affect industry.

This conference will review the application and best practice in the requirements laid down in the standard AS/NZS 3000:2018, commonly known as Australia-New Zealand Wiring Rules. 

Conference topics include:

  • Wiring Rules - Unplugged - Gary Busbridge, Chairman of the EL001 Wiring Rules Standards Committee - Clipsal by Schneider Electric             
  • Protection Issues – Compliance with the Wiring Rules - Chris Halliday, PowerLogic Electrical Consulting & Training               
  • Cudal Quarry Electrical Fatality – Case study of the incident, its precursors, cause, outcomes and results for the landmark legal case - Matthew Bale, Safearth Consulting            
  • The Application of AS/NZS 3000 “Wiring Rules” to mining and its’ interaction with Mining Legislation and the Resources Regulator in NSW - Phillip Morton, NSW Department of Planning and Environment, Resources Regulator
  • What's New with Switchboard Standard AS 61439? Boris Fuchs, Schneider Electric          
  • Earthing Essentials – Electro Magnetic Compatibility and Variable Speed DrivesNick Hughes, Power Electronics Australia             
  • Permanently Connected Machines and the AS/NZS 3000 Conundrum - Roger Royal, Snowy Technical Services & IDC Technologies    
  • Legally Electric - Chris Halliday, PowerLogic Electrical Consulting & Training          
  • WORKSHOP - AS/NZS 3000 Explanations for Engineers and Technicians - Roger Royal, Snowy Technical Services & IDC Technologies

Download the full event brochure HERE. Register online below or email your registration form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  If you experience any difficulties, please call 1300 138 522 and ask for Sarah.  

DISCOUNTS – We are offering a 10% off early bird discount until June 5th (SAVE $179.50 per person) and a 3 for 2 deal. Discounts are applied at online checkout.

OPTION 1:  Early bird discount = $1615.50
OPTION 2:  Standard Rate (no early bird discount) = $1795
OPTION 3:  3 for 2 offer with early bird discount = 3 delegates: 2 x 6515.50 = $3231
OPTION 4:  3 for 2 offer (standard rate) = 3 delegates: 2 x 1795 = $3590

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Event Details

Event Date 03/07/2018
Event End Date 04/07/2018
Cut off date 06/07/2018
Individual Price $1,795.00
Fixed group price $3,590.00
Location Sydney, Australia
Attachment 4thLowVoltageConferenceSydneyAustralia.pdf

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