AT MACRO International facilities management company, Macro has hired Andrew Broderick as Director of Performance for Quality, Health, Safety and Environment (QHSE).

Andrew, who will be based in London, previously worked for Aldar Properites in the Middle East as Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Director where he managed the development, implementation and compliance of Corporate EHS Policies and Management Systems. Prior roles include Group HSE Manager for Union Properties in Dubai and Rowse Construction in the UK.

With an MBA in Sustainable Business, Andrew has a business focus and understands the integration of economics and QHSE to protect life, assets and reputation. He brings over 20 years of experience of


LEAKAGE CLAMP METER Now available from Martindale Electric – pioneers in electrical safety – is the new CM69 TRMS AC Leakage Clamp Meter, ideal for troubleshooting leakage currents where other clamps can’t, for example, for tracking down the causes of nuisance RCD tripping.

Featuring class-leading low current performance with a resolution 0.001mA the new clamps make it easy to accurately measure AC currents from less than 0.1mA right up to 60A. The CM69 features a unique jaw design which minimises the influence of adjacent current conductors enabling professionals to perform precise and reliable tests at very low currents.

One of the few testers on the market which uses True RMS measurement, the CM69 ensures that leakage currents can be identified and measured accurately even when due to harmonics. In addition the new design includes a switchable filter enabling

Safety and Health (IOSH) in 2009. He also carried out the role of Abu Dhabi spokesperson for the IOSH Middle East Branch and served as the General Secretariat member of the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Group for over six years.

Commenting on his new role, Andrew Broderick said: “I am excited to be joining the senior management team at Macro and look to build on the great work that has already been done. My initial aim is to drive QHSE awareness and ensure compliance across the business as a core strategy.”

QHSE Management, where he has specialised in Infrastructure, Real Estate Development, Construction and Asset Management.

Together with his team, Andrew won the ‘Best Health and Safety Achievement in Construction’ award from the Institute of Occupational

Ross Abbate, Macro’s Managing Director of Europe and the Americas, said: “Andrew brings a wealth of knowledge to the team and will be instrumental in driving our performance across the organisation, ensuring we are always pursuing a better way.”

by measuring leakage currents through the earth conductor or by clamping around both live and neutral conductors to measure the differential leakage current.

The new compact clamp includes AC/DC voltage measurement, plus resistance and continuity functions meaning it can be used to replace other general purpose clamps as well as offering a high level of troubleshooting. A CATIV safety rating and rugged design ensures the CM69 can be used in the most demanding applications.

repeatable periodic measurements at 50Hz for assessing insulation quality and deterioration without powering down the circuit

The advanced features and high- resolution make the new clamp an essential live troubleshooting tool for all electricians enabling fast solutions to common problems from nuisance tripping of RCDs, through to identification of triple neutral currents. The very low current capability means it can also be used to simplify appliance testing

Competitively priced, the CM69 is a lightweight and simple to operate meter with a high contrast backlight display for use in areas where ambient lighting is poor.

The ever increasing use of power electronics in electrical equipment and lighting can result in higher leakage currents and harmonics, the CM69 is the perfect troubleshooting tool to diagnose related problems easily and quickly without having to power down the installation. TOMORROW’S FM | 15

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