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Emergency Power Systems for Hospitals: Sweating the Small Stuff

Thursday, October 23, 2008 11:00am PDT | 1:00pm CDT | 2:00pm EDT

 

Hospitals must operate 24/7/365, no matter how bad the weather or other prevailing circumstances. In fact, the worse the weather, the more likely it is that the hospitals nearest the areas of concern will be needed.

Many of these concerns can impact the availability of power. And everyone knows that hospitals need a lot of power all the time, and that this power must be of the highest quality because of ultra-sensitive, expensive, and life-sustaining equipment.

Given the speed at which power is needed, the numerous things that can go wrong when emergency power switches on or kicks back to primary, and the critical nature of hospital electrical power, electrical engineering teams have to be knowledgeable and experienced about the minutest details.

Its those minute details that are the focus of this Webcast. Based on exit surveys from previous Webcasts, CSE is assembling experts in hospital electrical design to respond to requests for details on generators, ATSs, UPSs, and how to coordinate the power generation, switching, and quality equipment.

This Webcast is FREE and continuing education credits are available. Attendees qualify for 0.1 AIA learning units or 1 professional development hour (PDH). Register Now!

Mark your calendars to join CSE on Thursday, October 23, 2008 at 11:00am PDT/1:00pm CDT/2:00pm EDT for this Webcast. If you are busy at that time, register today and view the event at your convenience.

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James D. Ferris, PE, Associate and Electrical Project Manager, TLC Engineering

James D. Ferris, PE, is an associate and electrical project manager in the Healthcare Division of TLC Engineering for Architecture in Orlando, Florida. He has eight years of engineering experience and a master's degree in electrical engineering from the Polytechnic University in New York.

 

 

Keith Lane, P.E., RCDD/NTS, LC, LEED A.P.,
Principal, Lane Coburn & Associates, LLC

Keith is a Professional Electrical Engineer licensed in ten states (P.E.), a Licensed General Electrical Administrator in Washington State, a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) through BICSI, a Network Transport System Specialist (NTS Specialist) registered through BICSI, a Certified Telecommunications Project Manager (TPM) through the Telecommunication Project Management Association (TPMA), a Lighting Certified Qualified Professional (LC) through the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professional NCQLP and a LEED Accredited Professional (LEED A.P.) through the U.S. Green Building Council. Keith has active memberships in several professional organizations including; BICSI, TPMA (Telecommunication Project Management Association), the NFPA, the 7 x 24 Exchange End to End Reliability, the Illuminating Engineering Society, the Washington State Society of Healthcare Engineers and the Electrical League.

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