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2023 Electric Safety Seminar

2023 Electric Safety Seminar

The Electric Safety Seminar will be held on Wednesday, September 6 and Thursday, September 7, 2023 in person at The Penn Stater Hotel & Conference Center in State College, PA.

A block of rooms has been allotted at the rate of $132/night. To obtain this rate, reference group code PAPU23A when calling the hotel’s reservation line at 800-233-7505 or 814-863-5000 prior to August 5, 2023. Looking forward to seeing you at the conference!

The seminar will include both Pipeline and Electric Safety topics with important safety-related messages.  Please feel free to share this notification with all interested parties within your organization.  The agenda is currently under construction.  Attendee registration is free of charge. 

Registration - Link to register for the Electric Safety conference.

2023 Agenda

Agenda - The Agenda for the 2023 Pipeline Safety Seminar, held on September 6 & 7.

2022 Presentations

2020-21 EDC Risk Assessment Review - James Campbell, PA PUC

Joint Pole Use and Delayed Transfers - James Campbell, PA PUC

Electric Reliability & Energy Security in Pennsylvania - Daniel Searfoorce, PA PUC

Jurisdiction over Pole Attachments in PA - Collin W. Scott, PA PUC

2021 Conference

The Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement held their annual Pipeline & Electric Safety Conference virtually om 2021 through Microsoft Teams on Wednesday, September 8 for Electric Safety at 8:30 a.m. 


Agenda - The Agenda for the 2021 Electric Safety Conference, held on September 8.

Professional Development Hours

Professional Development Hours - Form to fill out to receive credit for Professional Development Hours.

Presentation Objectives

Virtual Vendor Room

Visit the Virtual Vendor Room to meet the vendors of the Pipeline and Electric Safety Conferences.

2021 Presentations

Pole Joint Use Attachments - Jim Campbell, PA PUC

Electric Safety Field Activities and Overhead Facilities NESC Violations - Kristofer Knittle, PA PUC

Act 50 - What is an AVR and How Can It Benefit Me? - Sara Locke, PA PUC

One Call and the Damage Prevention Committee - Where We Are Headed - Terri Cooper-Smith, PA PUC 





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