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Hydration In The Workplace Specification Considerations 2020

Hydration In The Workplace Specification Considerations 2020

Presented by Zip Water

Hydration In The Workplace Specification Considerations 2020

25 June, 2.15 – 3.15pm AEST

 

 

CPD Documents:

Download the CPD Questionnaire for this session here.

Download the Answer Sheet for this session here.

Please remember you are required to attend the full hour of the presentation in order to receive your formal CPD Certificate.

Session Synopsis:

This CPD is intended to provide Designers with a comprehensive overview of the areas that effect the specification of plumbed in boiling and chilled drinking water appliances in the workplace.

This CPD seminar will focus on four key areas: Client Needs, Product Selection & types, Water Filtration, Installation

This CPD seminar aims to provide attendees with an understanding of:

Product Selection:

  • Efficient Hydration in the workplace meeting the requirements of WHS Act
  • Products selection & understanding water options “meeting your clients expectations”
  • Understanding water filters
  • Energy efficiency meeting the requirements of National Construction code of Australia.

Installation:

  • Plumbing requirements of AS 3500, Water pressures, Providing an accessible solution; how to specify to meet the requirements of AS 1428.1&.2 accessibility in tea point design/public access drinking water
  • General siting and installation requirements

Key Learning Outcomes:

At the end of this panel, attendees will be able to:

  • Select efficient products meeting the requirements of the WHS Act (Design 4.1)
  • Explain how water filters work and describe their attributes (Design 4.6)
  • Apply the energy efficiency principles as required by the National Construction Code (Documentation 5.3)
  • Recognise the plumbing requirements of Australian Standards for installation (Documentation 5.3)

Competency Codes related to this session:

  • Design 4.1
  • Design 4.6
  • Documentation 5.3
  • Documentation 5.3

 

Presented by:

Colin Walker – Zip Technical Support & Training, Zip Water

Colin’s experience at Zip encompasses:
15 years Appliance service
2 years Hospital equipment service
14 Years at Zip Water – 2 years Servicing, 3 years Business Development Manager (Major commercial end users) 9 years Technical Support & Training – training staff , external service providers , wholesalers & Specifiers and providing technical support to Australia & NZ on all Zip products

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