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Episode 1: Planning for disaster

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Current Thinking: Planning
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Brett Brenner, president, Electrical Safety Foundation International

James T. Dollard, safety coordinator, IBEW Local 98

Thomas Domitrovich, P.E., LEED AP, vice president, technical sales, Eaton

Harold Ruckpaul, director, strategic alliance programs, Eaton

Moderator and Electrical Safety Foundation International president, Brett Brenner, leads a lively  expert discussion delving into the actions you can take to manage disaster.

Before it strikes

Discover the codes and standards and new technologies that ensure electrical safety during the planning process.

As it happens

See how remote management and monitoring and graceful shutdown ensure the safety of data centers and industrial facilities.

After it strikes

Get the best practices of operating electrical equipment after the worst has happened and learn to assure replacement products are safe and authentic.

If ensuring electrical safety during a disaster is important to you, this Current Thinking broadcast is a must-see. Register today!


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Meet our experts for the broadcast

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Brett Brenner, president, Electrical Safety Foundation International

For more than 12 years, Brenner has served as president of the Electrical Safety Foundation International, the premier non-profit organization dedicated exclusively to promoting electrical safety in the home, school and workplace. In that time, he has grown the foundation’s revenue, impact and reach while expanding the availability of electrical safety resources for a broad variety of audiences.

James T. Dollard Jr., safety coordinator, IBEW Local 98

Dollard brings 38 years of experience in electrical construction. He has been a member of NEC committees since the 1999 revision cycle and presently serves on the NEC Correlating Committee, CMP-10 and CMP-13. He also serves on NFPA 70E, the UL Electrical Council and is an authorized master OSHA 500 instructor.

Harold Ruckpaul, director, strategic alliance programs, Eaton

Ruckpaul has 31 years of technical, operational and sales management experience with developing and implementing power systems solutions to primary market segments on a global scale. In his current role he works with alliance partners to support the strategic growth and global expansion of Eaton’s Electrical Engineering Services & Systems division.

Thomas A. Domitrovich, vice president, technical sales, Eaton

Domitrovich is actively involved with multiple industry organizations, and most recently focuses on continuing education around electrical safety. He sits on the NFPA Code Making Panel 2 for the continued development of the NEC (NFPA 70) and chairs various committees for other electrical industry organizations.