Railway Earthing and Bonding
Principles and requirements for railway application
2 - 3 October 2018 | Crowne Plaza City Hotel, London, UK
Getting down to Earth
Earthing is unique in that while the fundamentals are in place, certain projects can throw up unexpected challenges that require new and innovation solutions.
As a result, Earthing is often described as a ‘black art’, due to the complex and variable nature of the issues that have the potential to arise.
The IET’s technical seminar in Earthing and Bonding aims to address issues such as these, providing insights into the core fundamentals and requirements of E&B, whist also offering first-hand insights into lessons learned and case studies.
Last year saw more than 100 people sign up, giving you the chance to share knowledge and exchange ‘war stories’ with a host of expert speakers and your railway colleagues.
Reasons to attend
- Increase your knowledge and understanding of the principles and requirements of Earthing and Bonding
- Gain insights into the key design principles and challenges for power supply and infrastructure
- Get the latest updates on the changes to relevant standards and the requirements for meeting safety levels
- Learn more about the interactions between different systems and the challenges around integration
- The chance to ask questions, discuss issues and share ‘war’ stories with the speakers and fellow members of the railway community
Dominic Kelsey, Tecnincal Director – Transportation, SNC Lavalin Atkins
Ken Webb, EMC Team Leader, Mott MacDonald
Peter Brown, Principal Design Engineer, Network Rail
Garry Keenor, Group Engineer – Electrification, SNC Lavalin Atkins
Graeme Christmas, Principal Engineer Signalling Design, Network Rail
Member - from £429
Non-member - from £529
Student‡ - from £279