THE COMPLIANCE OF AN EVENT AND SAFETY OF EVERYONE ON-SITE IS OUR PRIMARY CONSIDERATION – AND ALL OUR SYSTEMS ARE DEVELOPED ACCORDINGLY.
We continue to invest in this space by working closely with the National Electrical & Communications Association (NECA) and local agencies.
All EVENTelec employees hold valid electrical and industry licenses and possess expertise in planning, executing and commissioning temporary electrical distribution from the main switchboard backbone to a detailed media centre.
Our operational and safety systems have proven successful at events of all sizes, and we continue to innovate by openly welcoming your feedback. Together with continued investment in the development of innovative plug and play solutions, we are committed to setting industry-leading standards across safety, compliance and environmental awareness.
We consciously strive to minimise the impact of our operations on the environment; both on-site and administratively.
We tread as lightly as we can through a paperless WHS and OHS system that staff access via their smartphones. This system provides instant access to all company and site-specific files and safety documents, safe work method statements, codes and standards, and forms. Staff can complete forms and sign off in real time, and then email documents directly to clients.
We utilise the National Electrical & Communications Association (NECA) National Safety Management System together with myosh Safety Management Software. These systems are fully automated live programs that link all employees to our operations department and clients.
The software records induction sign-on forms, pre-start registers and installation certificates in accordance with Australian Electrical Standards.
OUR PHILOSOPHY BEHIND EACH ONE IS SIMPLE: TO CREATE SAFE AND EFFECTIVE SYSTEMS THAT MEET CLIENT OBJECTIVES
While there are many technical considerations to account for when designing a temporary power system, the philosophy behind each one is simple: to create safe and effective systems that meet client objectives. We define an effective system as one that operates efficiently to minimise power consumption and installation time, and in turn reduce client costs
Developed specifically for temporary events, our plug and play system is adapted to each brief using in-house electrical overlay design software. In order to fulfill your objectives, we break our design methodology down into five core components:
- Research and Capture all relevant data
- Extrapolate this data into a cost-effective outcome that protects the infrastructure’s criticality paths
- Adapt the design to available fit-for-purpose equipment, with redundancies in place for any unforeseen changes
- Always inform the client of cost savings versus risks and benefits
- Above all else, maintain safe work practices and standards
We then transpose all available data into a fit-for-purpose design that is as flexible as possible. A concerted effort is made to utilise available resources in order to minimise expenditure. Significant cost savings are also achieved by working with the organising projects committee and site management team, and reducing the time on-site by utilising specialised equipment and experienced staff.
PLUG AND PLAY SYSTEMS
Our plug and play system has been specifically developed over many years for the Australian event industry. This system is underpinned by practical design and construct processes for temporary infrastructure.
With these pre-determined processes in place, we alleviate the need to make expensive project design and engineering decisions ahead of each event. Instead, our scalable system design can be customised according to the brief and size of each project.
This practical approach is underpinned by a robust design methodology that minimises unnecessary expenditure at every opportunity.
AUSTRALIA’S PREMIER SUPPLIER OF SPECIALISED TEMPORARY ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT.
AT ALL LEVELS OF OUR ORGANISATION, OUR EXPERIENCED TEAM IS DEDICATED TO PROVIDING EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE WITH PROFESSIONAL INTEGRITY.
All employees hold valid licenses and possess extensive event experience in planning, executing and commissioning temporary electrical distribution.
28 years’ experience: Electrical design and major overlay
14 years’ experience: Major event electrical
27 years’ experience: Events senior management and operations
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER/SA MANAGER
26 years’ experience: Electrical engineering and project management
25 years’ experience: Bookkeeping and office management
7 years’ experience: Events, operations, logistics and electrical
16 years’ experience: Major event electrical and design
17 years’ experience: Warehousing and transport