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Dinner Meeting – Hazardous Areas & Automation Solutions

November 29 @ 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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  • Dinner Meeting
    • 5:00 PM – Cocktails
    • 5:50 PM – President’s ISA/Section Updates
    • 6:00 PM – Dinner
    • 7:00 PM – Presentation
  • Dinner Menu
    • To Be Advised

 

  • Presentation
    • Hazardous Area Classifications and Automation Solutions
      • The hazardous location classification system in use in Canada for areas containing vapours of flammable liquids is the “Zone” system. The zone system is slightly different from the previous “Division” system of classification. Engineers often take conservative approach in specifying electrical equipment for hazardous locations. The person may lack information regarding the operations conducted in an area, or they might not understand the behaviour of materials, different protection methods available or the applicable code requirements. Whatever the reason, they fail to apply the requirements of the Electrical Code in a practical fashion. This presentation will talk about basics of Hazardous area classifications and solutions to aid you in your day-to-day business.
  • Speaker
    • Ramin Vali – R. Stahl Ltd. Canada
      • Ramin is an automation engineer with experience working with several DCS companies, and their system integrators in Canada and the Middle East. Ramin has been working for R. Stahl Ltd. Canada for about 4 years as an automation engineer. He performs technical support to the sales team and carries after-sales support to clients in Canada.

 

  • Safety Protocols & Requirements
    • All Guests must wear a mask (or face covering) when entering the Sarnia Golf & Curling Club (SGCC) and at anytime when not seated at your table.
    • Hand sanitizer stations have been set up at the entrance doors. Be surety to use the hand sanitizer when entering the facility.
    • All attendees and meeting participants will register with Ken Armitage upon arrival and will be required to confirm contact info (name/phone number) for contact tracing purposes if required.
    • Please do everything possible to ensure social distancing (2 metres) when not seated at the table.
    • Bar service is not available. A SGCC staff member will take your drink order once you are seated, and serve you at your table.
    • The cut-off date to RSVP for the dinner will be 12:00pm the Thursday prior to the meeting.
  • Reservations, Cost & Contact Information
    • $15.00 for ISA Members,  $25.00 for Non-Members
    • All ISA Members and Guests are requested to reserve in advance
    • Please reserve one week prior to this meeting’s date
    • To confirm your attendance, please contact Lisa Pereira at Intertec
    • For special dietary needs, please contact the Sarnia Golf & Curling Club three (3) days prior to this meeting.
      • Phone:  519 336 2201

Details

Date:
November 29
Time:
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Event Category:

Venue

Sarnia Golf & Curling Club
500 Errol Road West
Sarnia, Ontario N7V 1X7 Canada
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Phone:
519 336 2201
Website:
http://www.sgcc.on.ca/