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Wed, 20 Mar



Lunch + Learn - AS2293

The presentation aims to acquaint healthcare professionals with the standards outlined in AS/NZS 2293:2018, specifically tailored to emergency lighting systems within healthcare settings. This session will highlight the pivotal role of compliant emergency lighting in ensuring patient safety & staff

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Lunch + Learn - AS2293
Lunch + Learn - AS2293

Time & Location

20 Mar 2024, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm



About the Event

Beginning with an exploration of the unique challenges and requirements in healthcare environments, the presentation will delve into the specific clauses and guidelines prescribed in AS/NZS 2293:2018. It will emphasise the importance of tailored emergency lighting solutions that align with the diverse needs of hospitals, clinics, and healthcare facilities.

Addressing the concerns of healthcare practitioners, the session will cover the critical aspects of emergency lighting design, installation, and maintenance stipulated by the standard. Practical insights and case studies will be shared to illustrate effective strategies for integrating compliant emergency lighting systems seamlessly into healthcare infrastructures.

Moreover, the presentation will underscore the direct impact of AS/NZS 2293:2018 compliance on patient outcomes, staff efficiency, and regulatory adherence. Participants will gain a nuanced understanding of how adherence to this standard contributes significantly to mitigating risks, guiding patient egress, and maintaining operational resilience during emergencies.

Additionally, the session will facilitate a discussion on the recent updates and revisions in the 2018 edition of the standard, focusing on their relevance and implications for healthcare facilities. Attendees will be equipped with actionable insights to navigate compliance challenges and optimise emergency lighting systems within their healthcare premises.

Ultimately, the presentation aims to empower healthcare professionals with the knowledge and tools necessary to implement and uphold AS/NZS 2293:2018 standards effectively, fostering a safer and more secure environment for patients, staff, and visitors within healthcare facilities.

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