Safety by Design: Reducing the Likelihood of Occurrence and Severity of Exposure

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This session will review practical and feasible design considerations to reduce the likelihood of occurrences and the severity of exposure to electrical hazards.

Electrical workers and facility owners rely on technical professionals to take prudent and economical steps towards increasing safety for the electrical worker and protecting facility equipment.

This class will review innovative electrical techniques to achieve goals of saving lives and property both of which are a considerable value to all involved.


  • Tom Domitrovich

    Thomas A. Domitrovich is Vice President of Technical Sales for Eaton Corporation’s Bussmann division in Ellisville, MO. He is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) and a LEED Associate Professional. Thomas began his career in 1990 with Gilbert Commonwealth in Reading PA as an Electrical Engineer working in Industrial Power Systems, Fossil and Nuclear power generation power distribution systems analysis and design.

    Thomas joined Eaton Corporation in 1996 and has held various roles within Eaton in business areas of Power Quality Residential Products, overcurrent protection, business development and more working with customers on systems solutions for construction of industrial, commercial and residential power systems.

    Thomas is an active member of various organizations including the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and others. He is the NEMA principle member on Code Making Panel 2 for the development of NFPA 70 (National Electrical Code) and NEMA alternate member on NFPA 73, “Standard for Electrical Inspections for Existing Dwelling Units”.

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