Causes & Preventive Measures of Electrical Fires

26-27 Nov, 2018, Kuala Lumpur

FOCUSING ON
  • What Is Electrical Fires
  • Five Common Causes Of Electrical Fires
  • Wiring Should Compliance To Various Rules And Regulations
  • Any Other Causes Of Electrical Fires
  • How Does Malaysia Ensure That Its Building Are Safe To Use
  • Buildings In Malaysia Must Be Certified Before They Can Be Used
  • How Does Malaysia Ensure Its Building Have Proper Fire Escape
  • How To Prevent Electrical Fires
  • Awareness Of Electrical Fires
  • What Are The Risks Of Electrical Fires
  • Accessing The Risks Of Electrical Fires
  • Reducing The Risks Of Electrical Fires
  • Common Risks Control Measures
  • Unsafe Electrical Equipment
  • Provide Safety Devices
  • Identify Appropriate System
    Of Maintenance Is Strongly Recommended
  • IEE Wiring Regulations
  • Electricity Supply Act 1990 & Regulations 1994
WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Technical personnel who are directly or indirectly assigned to manage, operate and maintain the electrical installation system and equipment.

METHODOLOGY
  • Interactive Presentation
  • Case Studies
  • Discussions
  • Exercises
  • Questions and answers session.
  • Presentation shall be conducted in dual languages, English/Bahasa Malaysia
 
DAY 1
9:00 WHAT IS ELECTRICAL FIRE?
  • The source of fires created by the failure of electrical system and equipment
  • How the electrical system or equipment does becomes the source of electrical fire?
  • Thermal Effects
  FIVE COMMON CAUSES OF ELECTRICAL FIRE
  • Faulty outlets
  • Light fixtures
  • Extension cords
  • Space heaters
  • Wiring
10.45 WIRING SHOULD COMPLIANCE TO VARIOUS RULES AND REGULATIONS
  • IEE Wiring Regulations 17th. Editions
  • Electricity Supply Act 1990 & Regulations 1994
  • Simple guides to identify the actual rated current of a designated load
  ANY OTHER CAUSES OF ELECTRICAL FIRE?
  • Failure of electrical equipment and machine
  • Is there any protective devices to prevent the equipment and machine continuously operate with overload and excessive heat?
12:00 HOW DOES MALAYSIA ENSURES ITS BUILDINGS ARE SAFE TO USE?
  • Approved permit by local authorities
  • BOMBA Certifications
  BUILDING IN MALAYSIA MUST BE CERTIFIED BEFORE IT CAN BE USED
  • Certificate of Compliance and Completion (“CCC”) or known as “Certificate of Fitness for Occupation.
1:00 Lunch

2:00 HOW DOES MALAYSIA ENSURES ITS BUILDINGS HAVE PROPER FIRE ESCAPE?
  • Section 28 of the Fire Service Act 1988 (“FSA 1988”) tells us that every premise (except singles
    private dwellings or public religious worship areas) requires a fire certificate that has been renewed.
  HOW TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL FIRES?
  • Installed an appropriate wiring system
  • Scheduled maintenance of wiring and equipment
  • Schedule testing of wiring and equipment
3.45 AWARENESS OF ELECTRICAL FIRES
  • Take care when using electricity
  • Highly awareness on electrical safety
  WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF ELECTRICAL FIRES?
  • Occurrence of various incident of electrical fires danger to life
  • Contact with life parts
  • Electrical faults which could cause fire
  • Fire explosion
5:00 End of Day 1
DAY 2
9:00 LISTENING TO CUSTOMERS - A STRONG TOOL FOR CUSTOMER SATISFACTION
  • Wet surroundings
  • Outdoors equipment
  • Cramped spaces
  • Extension leads
  • Flexible leads
  REDUCING THE RISKS OF ELECTRICAL FIRES?
  • Well trained
  • Skills
  • Knowledgeable
  • Certified
10.45 COMMON RISKS CONTROL MEASURES
  • Licensed or registered electrician/wireman/chargeman
  • Provide suitable electrical equipment
  • Inspect leads for damage before use
  • Provide enough socket outlets
  • Provide proper protective devices
  UNSAFE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
  • Identified unsafe electrical equipment to be disconnected
  • Provision of procedures to ensure unsafe electrical equipment is not to be used at workplace.
12.00 PROVIDING SAFETY DEVICES
  • Identify appropriate safety devices to prevent danger of electrical fires.
  IDENTIFY APPROPRIATE SYSTEM OF MAINTENANCE IS STRONGLY
RECOMMENDED
  • Routine maintenance
  • Scheduled maintenance
  • Corrective maintenance
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Predictive maintenance
1:00 Lunch

2:00 IEE WIRING REGULATIONS CHAPTER 13 FUNDAMENTAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL SAFETY
 
  ELECTRICITY SUPPLY ACT 1990 (ACT 447) – PART V – COMPETENT CONTROL
  • Section 23 Person In-charge
  • Part VII – Notification of accident or fire.
  CONCLUSION
 
5:00 End of Course


 

LEARN FROM THE BEST

HJ. ROZALI BIN AYED has over 49 years of field experience in electrical engineering, and he currently serves as Technical Director for Karo Engineering Services specialized in installation, testing and maintenance of electrical installation. Throughout his 49 years of careers in the field of electrical engineering, he has held numerous positions such as Senior Chargeman, Senior Technician, Foremen, Assistant Engineer, Project Manager, Facility Manager, Consultant Engineer, Technical Advisor, and has served for both the public (Jabatan Kerja Raya Malaysia) and private sectors.

 

He also possesses a great wealth of experience in teaching, lecturing, consulting for over 38 years, and he is currently engaged with the Construction Industrial Development Board of Malaysia (CIDB) as a Valuation Officer for the Site Supervisory Certifications in electrical construction works. In addition he is officially recognized as Train The Trainer (TTT) awarded by Pusat Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB).

 

He has also passed special government examination to be qualified as Assistant Electrical Engineer, holder of Diploma Skills Malaysia in the field of “Electrical Technology” awarded by Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran Malaysia/Kementerian Sumber Manusia Malaysia. Holder of Professional Certification as Competent Electrical Engineer (supervisory), Competencies certifications as Chargeman Category B4 – 33kV and Wireman Category PW4 Three-Phase Testing and Endorsement awarded by Energy Commission of Malaysia. He has successfully attended Technical and Industrial Training organized by the Association of Overseas Technical Scholarship (AOTS), at NEC Corporation Tokyo, Japan (1984-1985), successfully attended User Training in Energy Management System (EnMS) – ISO 50001, and User Training in Fan Systems Optimization held in the year 2012 organized by Industrial Energy Efficiency for Malaysia Manufacturing Sector and collaborated with the United Nation Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).

 

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