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Health and Safety: UV and Emergency Lighting Solutions

Safety concerns top the minds of facility managers now more than ever and lighting can play an important role in providing a safe and reassuring environment for employees and customers. From disinfectant lighting, which deactivates germs and viruses with up to 99.9% effectiveness, to emergency light testing that provides efficient and cost-effective ways to illuminate exits during emergencies, lighting reassures visitors and personnel that you are taking all necessary precautions to keep your facilities safe. Learn the latest safe lighting methods, how they can be automated with your building management systems and help you meet human safety expectations and your business goals.


After watching this webinar, you will be able to:
Best practices for determining which safety lighting technologies are right for your facility
Technologies readily available for implementation
Considerations for which controls technologies could be used to manage and integrate disinfectant and emergency lighting into your lighting and building operations management systems

Presenter
Ben Wright, Senior Controls Systems Engineer, EMC

Ben Wright is a senior controls systems engineer with the Advanced Development group for LED lighting + controls + IoT conversion systems and services provider EMC. Ben and his team are focused on driving value through emerging lighting technologies, as well as developing new products for the market. Ben has a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design from Montana State University School of Architecture.
Presenter
Aakash Chandarana, Director Advanced Development, EMC

As Director, Advanced Development, Chandarana leads his team to help customers realize the value of their existing investments and understand, navigate and implement smart building and IoT technologies. Previously, Chandarana was Vice President of Commercial and Industrial Customer Solutions at Xcel Energy where he was responsible for developing, implementing and managing products and services, including energy efficiency initiatives for medium to large business customers. He holds degrees in business management and biology as well as a law degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri..

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