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Electrical Equipment Committee members

Keith McKenzie
Commissioner for Electrical Safety
Electrical Equipment Committee Chair

Keith started his electrical career in 1986. After gaining his electrical fitter and mechanics licence he worked for several companies on domestic, commercial, hospital, petrochemical and industrial projects.

Keith has served on  a range of board and committees in apprentice  training, construction, training competencies, workplace health and safety and  Australian standards and has been a member of the Electrical Safety Board and  Electrical Licensing Committee since 2011.

Prior to his role as Commissioner, Keith was the President of the Queensland and Northern Territory Electrical Trades Union branches.

Daren Mallouk

Daren is the Manager of the State Fire Investigation Unit and holds the rank of Inspector within Queensland Fire and Emergency Services. He has extensive experience in emergency and disaster management with a strong emphasis on fire origin and cause investigations. Daren holds numerous post-graduate qualifications across these areas and holds fire investigation certifications with both the International Association of Arson Investigators and Australasian Fire Authorities Council, is a member of the Institution of Fire Engineers and a committee member of the Queensland Association of Fire Investigators.

Scott Reichman

Scott is a Deputy Secretary of the Communications, Electrical and Plumbing Union - QLD and NT Branch, ETU Division.

Scott is also an organiser and coordinator for the manufacturing, communications and aerospace industries for the Electrical Trades Union Queensland and Northern Territory.

Regina Roos

Regina is Vice President  Business Development of Typhoon HIL. She has rich knowledge about HIL concepts  for microgrid, solar and energy storage as well as in powertrains and charging  concepts of EV Mobility including drones as a supporting tool in industry  and agriculture.

Regina  has spent her career in the LV and HV switchgear business including renewable  solutions. She did various studies and publications about arc fault and PPE,  her knowledge focus is IEC Standards. She is a Member of the German Quality  Management Association, DGQ. She chairs the chapter Mobility of the Swiss  Engineering Association. Regina holds a Master of Engineering and completed her  Swiss-Asia MBA with focus on Culture Transformation during the Covid pandemic.  Regina is leading diversity and inclusion panels globally.

Robert McClelland

Rob is the founder of Atomic Industries - a leader in Electrical Contracting since 2006.

Rob brings his diverse regional and metropolitan business experience to delivering solutions for complex projects for organisations in the industrial, commercial, retail and telecommunications spaces and is often called on to provide expert advice on complex interstate projects.

As a 30-year veteran of the industry, Rob is passionate about creating better opportunities through mentorship for the next generation of electrical professionals and entrepreneurs.

Myra Nolan

Myra is an experienced electrical engineer who brings over 15 years’ design, development and delivery experience in the energy sector.

Myra has provided technical leadership to the connection of over 3.2GW of new market participants while working at Powerlink Queensland and TransGrid.

She has led transitional workstreams for regulatory change at both Powerlink and TransGrid, including the 2017 transmission network contestability frameworks, and 2021 designated network asset changes.

Myra holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and Master of Business Administration and is TransGrid’s estimating manager.

Matthew Duncan

Matthew has been committed to the electrical industry for more than two decades across a variety of industries including, water, network distribution, data centre infrastructure, commercial and domestic installations. Matthew is currently the Technical Support Manager for Master Electricians Australia (MEA), providing expert interpretation and assistance to contractors and electricians on national and state based electrical safety standards and has recently overseen MEA’s National Solar Inspections Program on behalf of the Clean Energy Regulator.  Matthew is also a member of the Electrical Equipment Committee and on the Technical Committee of EL-001 (Wiring Rules) with Standards Australia. Matthew’s dedication to providing best practice outcomes for the electrical industry stems from his career being a licensed electrical fitter mechanic and accredited trainer.

Sonja Basson

Sonja is a senior manager in the consulting area of Deloitte Climate & Engineering Sonja is a Senior Manager at Deloitte Climate and Engineering in Consulting. Sonja has over 16 years’ experience in the industry, working for a Power Utility for several years in her formative years in South Africa before joining Schneider Electric where she was trained in France in Utility Scale Solar Farm design and optimisation. Sonja is known as a technology leader and program manager at the forefront of the transformation projects as subject matter expert in Energy Transition of Energy Intensive Operations and Power Utility clients through managing the deployment of ICT, Enterprise solutions, Asset Optimisation & Industrial Automation solutions, as well as Greentech for mining electrification, integrating Renewables into the Energy mix, and developing Sustainability Energy solutions. Sonja is a Chartered Electrical Engineer in Australia, Ireland and South Africa and Registered Professional Engineer in Queensland and holds an MBA from the UK.