Lighting for Healthcare Facilities

Jun 25-26, 2014
$400 1.0 CEU

Course Time Approximately 8am - 5pm Travel, Accommodations, and Meal Details

This course is designed for facility managers, designers and maintenance supervisors who are involved in specifying or maintaining lighting systems in healthcare environments. Based on the latest IES (Illuminating Engineering Society) guidelines, lighting design strategies for patient rooms, nurses' stations, operating rooms, medical diagnostic areas, offices, and public spaces will be reviewed. Outdoor lighting for parking areas and garages will also be discussed. Special attention will be given to comparing LEDs versus traditional fluorescent and HID solutions based on performance and economics. Other topics include: lighting for the aging eye with guidelines for assisted living and skilled nursing facilities; and a review of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) issues within the healthcare environment. Industry guest speakers will share best practices.

Course Starting/Concluding Times
The starting and concluding times for each course may vary, but the usual starting time each day is 8:00 a.m. with the bus departing from the hotel at approximately 7:30 a.m. The daily concluding time is usually 5:00 p.m. except when evening events such as refreshments and dinners are scheduled. The exact times will be listed in your confirmation packet that you will receive three weeks prior to your course. Please verify exact times before making your airline reservations.

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