Based on AS2293, the Australian Standard for Emergency lighting, BARDIC has prepared a technical training Webinar which provides valuable information relating to the Australian Building Codes and Standards.
This Webinar will enhance your existing knowledge, culminating in the ability to assess and evaluate existing emergency lighting installations.
Participants will explore the different sections of AS2293 working through real world application examples, expanding their knowledge and providing a challenge for anyone who engages.
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Who Should Attend? This training will have specific use for specifiers, consultants, contractors, maintenance managers, engineers and resellers who are involved with the design and maintenance of emergency lighting systems. The program will develop your understanding of the base principles working through building classification and product selection, adding value to even an experienced engineer.
Essential legal obligations, including the BCA
Types of emergency and exit lighting systems
System performance, arrangement and control
Installation design criteria
Luminance requirements, lux levels, uniformity and duration requirements
Using spacing tables for escape routes and open areas
Inspection and maintenance procedures
Duration The Webinar runs for 45 minutes with opportunity to post questions for our qualified engineers. Outcomes Participants
will gain the knowledge and understanding to be able to assess existing
systems and evaluate the design, installation, testing and maintenance
of emergency lighting systems.
All Webinar delegates will be
registered to receive future Industry Technical Papers and ongoing
support material, serving as a valuable point of reference after
completion of the training. Course code MPWE1.