Government Minister to give speech at Electrical Safety Conference

Electrical Safety has announced Kevin Hollinrake, Minister for Enterprise, Markets and Small Business, will be giving a keynote speech at its annual Electrical Product Safety Conference – on Thursday 16 November at Church House in London

The conference will discuss critical issues affecting electrical products, it will also focus on; Safety in design, taking a product to market, end of life versus extended life and the need for global regulations.

Lesley Rudd, CEO of Electrical Safety First, said: “Our annual conference is the first event I put in my diary each year and one I look forward to eagerly. It has insightful speakers who are dedicated to sharing best practice and improving the future of the electrical product sector and, of course, for users of electrical goods.

“It is an excellent opportunity to learn, to network with industry professionals, decision-makers, and business leaders, to share ideas and to create new ideas.”

It has confirmed that Katie Prescott, Technology Business Editor at The Times, will be speaking at the event, so will Abdul Choudhury, Senior Policy Advisor for Energy Technology and Innovation at the Department for Transport and Sarah Smith, OBE, Deputy Chief Executive, Office for Product Safety and Standards at the Department for Business and Trade, will also be speaking at the conference.

Electrical Safety’s CEO will also be giving his insight at the conference, which is sponsored by Connected Innovations.

Attendees can hear about the emerging issues of the time before gaining insight from experts, drawn from across the field to find out how these affect industry and consumers in real life.