Light Commercial Building Control Solutions & Understanding Elements of  
                                                Work Place Safety 2 PDH

Date:  Tuesday, November 13, 2018.

Location: Brooker Engineering - Meeting Hall
74 Lafayette Avenue, 5th Floor, Suite 501 
Suffern, NY 10901

Time: 5:30 PM - Refreshments, Food & Networking

6:00 PM - Lecture will begin promptly.

COST: $20 for Members, $40 for Non-Members*

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Course Title:  Light Commercial Building Control Solutions - 1 PDH

Speaker:      Grant Salmon, Honywell Manufacturer's Representative.

In this course you will explore the various types of building management systems available on the market today and focus on light commercial buildings and the types of systems available to control those environments.
Learning Objectives:
1.  Understanding building control solutions, applications and capabilities.
2.  Programming options for today’s light commercial building management systems.
3.  Review of system analytics frameworks and the benefits to HVAC service contracts.
4.  Understanding the features, functionality, and benefits of Cloud-based controls.

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Work Place Safety

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Course Title:  Understanding Elements of Work Place Safety, Emergency Showers & Eyewashes- 1 PDH 
Speaker:        Vinnie Ventura, Speakman Manufacturer's Representative.
Workplace safety is a major concern for all employers.  Understanding codes & standards related to work-place safety can help designers and specifiers specify appropriate emergency equipment into their new construction and renovation projects ensuring appropriate measures are in place to protect employees.  By the end of this course, you will understand the ANSI/ISEA Z358.1 standard and how to assess work-place hazards.
You will know the types of emergency equipment available and how to perform an eyewash need survey.
In this presentation an overview of the following topics will be discussed:
1.  Review of statistics of work-place injuries.
2.  Understand the ANSI/ISEA Z358.1 Standard.
3.  Review of assessing hazard risks & common work-place hazards.  
4.  Understand the various of types of emergency equipment available.
5.  Review how to conduct an eyewash need survey.

This notification is your invitation to join this PE's in Construction Lecture presentation to be held at Brooker Engineering headquarters on Tuesday, November 13, 2018. Refreshments and networking to start around 5:30 PM followed by the lecture which will begin at 6:00 pm promptly. Brooker Engineering is located at 74 Lafayette Avenue, 5th Floor, Suite 501, Suffern, NY 10901- T 845-357-4411 Ext. 101.

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Payments may be made at the door at the beginning of the event, by cash or check payable to NYSSPE - PEC or in advance by credit card by contacting Jennifer Miller 518-283-7490. For further information on schedule, registration and/or for ticket purchase, contact Rudi Sherbansky P.E. - PE's in Construction Group -

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