Jim Phillips, P.E. receives two prestigious awards from IEEE PCIC

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Jim Phillips, founder of Brainfiller.com and Associate Director of Electrical Safety (UK) Ltd.  recently received TWO prestigious awards from IEEE PCIC.  These include:

The 2020 Electrical Safety Excellence Award for: “Outstanding dedication and contributions to advance and accelerate the dispersion of information and knowledge impacting electrical safety through activities within the PCIC.”

Best Paper Award for the technical paper: Introduction to IEEE Standard 1584 – IEEE 1584 Guide for Performing Arc-Flash Hazard Calculations – 2018 Edition.  Jim had the privilege of authoring this with three great friends and also presenting at the 2019 PCIC Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia.

The PCIC conference typically has around 1500 attendees and IEEE has over 400,000 Members represented by more than 160 countries.

As founder of the company now known as Brainfiller.com in 1987, Jim has developed over 20 different training programs on the subjects of electrical power, arc flash, and electrical safety.  He has taught almost 2500 programs globally over his four-decade career.  He shares that expertise as Associate Director of Electrical Safety (UK) Ltd.

Jim has dedicated a large part of his career to the advancement of electrical safety including being the current Vice-Chair of IEEE 1584 – IEEE Guide for Arc Flash Hazard Calculations, International Chair of IEC TC 78 Live Working which includes over 40 standards and publications represented by more than 40 countries, Technical Committee Member of NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, Steering Committee Member of IEEE/NFPA Arc Flash Collaborative Research Project, Author of over 100 articles and technical publications, Author of the book Complete Guide to Performing Arc Flash Hazard Calculation Studies, and much more. 

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Congratulations to Jim from all the team at ESUK

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