Register Free AIA-ADA-PDH-IDCEC Webinar | Access for All | Thu 06-07-18

Posted by Daniel Hughes on May 8, 2018 8:49:27 AM

Free Bradley AIA-CES | PDH | IDCEC Accredited Webinar

Thursday, June 07 2018

12:00pm Eastern \ 11:00am Central \ 10:00am Mountain | 9:00am Pacific

Bradley Corporation is proud to sponsor a new live Continuing Education course titled;

"Access for All"

Universal Design & Toilet Room Accessibility

  

AIA-CES Course -Webinar Description

InfoSpec, Inc. is the Education Provider for this course.

AIA Course Number: WBC10J

Course Title: Designing for Safety

Course Length: 1 Hour

Course Credit: 1 AIA HSW CE Hour

Course Credit:

1 ADA Hour fulfills State Accessibility/ADA/Barrier-Free Requirements (FL, TX, CA)

Course Credit: 1 RCEP - PDH Hour for Engineers

Course Credit: IDCEC CC-106900-1000 | 1 Hour CE

This class is registered with the Registered Continued Education Program (RECP).

The class offers Professional Development Hour(s) (PDH) to RECP Members.

Visit Registered Continued Education Program (RECP) | https://rcep.net/


This class is registered with the Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC).

The class offers Professional Development Hour(s) (PDH) to IDCEC Members.

Visit Registered Continued Education Program (RECP) | https://www.idcec.org/

 

Webinar Registration Link


Course Objectives:

In this program, we'll discuss accessibility and ADA compliance in restroom design. We'll identify who needs accessibility in the restroom. We'll also review the principles of universal design as well as proper placement of fixtures and accessories and  clearances in accordance with code and ADA guidelines and requirements to ensure accessibility for all.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain the principles of accessibility and universal design

  2. Apply regulations governing accessibility in the toilet room

  3. Apply accessible design to toilet room components

  4. Use fixture and accessory selection knowledge to improve toilet room accessibility for all users.


Group Registration

How can we register a group of people attending the event from a single location that work with the same organization?

One person from the organization needs to register for each location.

  • At the time of the presentation, the webinar facilitator will ask each designated registrant of each group to record the roll call of those in attendance.

Our webinar provider will register each attendee with AIA National; however the roll call list needs to include each attendee's --

  1. first and last name,

  2. email address,

  3. AIA Number and

  4. Phone number is optional. The webinar provider may need to contact them if they encounter any problems with registration or email address.

Your designated registrant needs to email the roll call list within 24 hours to our webinar provider; whose email address will be given at the end of the session.

Related Bradley BIM for Accessibility Articles:

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Register Free AIA-PDH-IDCEC Webinar | Designing for Safety | Wed 03-28-18

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Mar 9, 2018 3:15:01 PM

Free Bradley AIA | ASPE | RCEP | IDCEC | Accredited Webinar

Wednesday, March 28 2018

12:00pm Eastern \ 11:00am Central \ 10:00am Mountain | 9:00am Pacific

Bradley Corporation is proud to sponsor a new live Continuing Education course titled;

"Designing for Safety"

  

AIA-CES Course -Webinar Description

InfoSpec, Inc. is the Education Provider for this course.

AIA Course Number: IBR10H

Course Title: Designing for Safety

Course Length: 1 Hour

Course Credit: 1 AIA HSW CE Hour

Course Credit: 1 RCEP - PDH Hour for Engineers

Course Credit: IDCEC CC-106733-1000 | 1 Hour CE

This class is registered with the Registered Continued Education Program (RECP).

The class offers Professional Development Hour(s) (PDH) to RECP Members.

Visit Registered Continued Education Program (RECP) | https://rcep.net/


This class is registered with the Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC).

The class offers Professional Development Hour(s) (PDH) to IDCEC Members.

Visit Registered Continued Education Program (RECP) | https://www.idcec.org/

 

Webinar Registration Link


Course Objectives:

An overview of the types and use of emergency wash equipment, latest ANSI standards & requirements that affect design, and tepid water requirements for emergency equipment.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain the importance of emergency eyewash and shower equipment in settings where users are exposed to hazardous substances.

  2. Comply with regulations and design best practices for locating and specifying emergency eyewash and shower equipment

  3. Incorporate emergency eyewash and shower equipment in workplace and teaching environments

  4. Comply with tepid water requirements for emergency fixtures by incorporating a tepid water solution


Group Registration

How can we register a group of people attending the event from a single location and working with the same organization?

One person from the organization needs to register for each location.

  • At the time of the presentation, the webinar facilitator will ask each designated registrant of each group to record the roll call of those in attendance.

Our webinar provider will register each attendance with AIA National; however the roll call list needs to include each attendee's --

  1. first and last name,

  2. email address,

  3. AIA Number and

  4. Phone number is optional. The webinar provider may need to contact them if they encounter any problems with registration or email address.

The designated registrant needs to email the roll call list within 24 hours to our webinar provider --whose email address will be given at the end of the session.

Read More

Topics: american institute of architects, aia accredited learning webinar, Revit Training-Education, professional development hour, recp professional development hours, bradley aia ces webinar, AIA CES Course, aia-ces sustainable design webinar, Registered Continued Education Program, Designing for Safety, emergency shower revit family, idcec, Interior Design Continuing Education Council, pdh education for engineers

Register Free AIA-ADA-PDH-IDCEC Webinar | Access for All | Wed 12-13-17

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Nov 28, 2017 10:38:28 AM

Free Bradley AIA-CES | PDH | IDCEC Accredited Webinar

Wednesday, December 13 2017

12:00pm Eastern \ 11:00am Central \ 10:00am Mountain | 9:00am Pacific

Bradley Corporation is proud to sponsor a new live Continuing Education course titled;

"Access for All"

Universal Design & Toilet Room Accessibility

  

AIA-CES Course -Webinar Description

InfoSpec, Inc. is the Education Provider for this course.

AIA Course Number: WBC10J

Course Title: Designing for Safety

Course Length: 1 Hour

Course Credit: 1 AIA HSW CE Hour

Course Credit:

1 ADA Hour fulfills State Accessibility/ADA/Barrier-Free Requirements (FL, TX, CA)

Course Credit: 1 RCEP - PDH Hour for Engineers

Course Credit: IDCEC CC-106900-1000 | 1 Hour CE

This class is registered with the Registered Continued Education Program (RECP).

The class offers Professional Development Hour(s) (PDH) to RECP Members.

Visit Registered Continued Education Program (RECP) | https://rcep.net/


This class is registered with the Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC).

The class offers Professional Development Hour(s) (PDH) to IDCEC Members.

Visit Registered Continued Education Program (RECP) | https://www.idcec.org/

 

Webinar Registration Link


Course Objectives:

In this program, we'll discuss accessibility and ADA compliance in restroom design. We'll identify who needs accessibility in the restroom. We'll also review the principles of universal design as well as proper placement of fixtures and accessories and  clearances in accordance with code and ADA guidelines and requirements to ensure accessibility for all.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain the principles of accessibility and universal design

  2. Apply regulations governing accessibility in the toilet room

  3. Apply accessible design to toilet room components

  4. Use fixture and accessory selection knowledge to improve toilet room accessibility for all users.


Group Registration

How can we register a group of people attending the event from a single location that work with the same organization?

One person from the organization needs to register for each location.

  • At the time of the presentation, the webinar facilitator will ask each designated registrant of each group to record the roll call of those in attendance.

Our webinar provider will register each attendee with AIA National; however the roll call list needs to include each attendee's --

  1. first and last name,

  2. email address,

  3. AIA Number and

  4. Phone number is optional. The webinar provider may need to contact them if they encounter any problems with registration or email address.

Your designated registrant needs to email the roll call list within 24 hours to our webinar provider; whose email address will be given at the end of the session.

Related Bradley BIM for Accessibility Articles:

Read More

Topics: american institute of architects, aia accredited learning webinar, Revit Training-Education, professional development hour, recp professional development hours, bradley aia ces webinar, AIA CES Course, aia-ces sustainable design webinar, Registered Continued Education Program, Designing for Safety, emergency shower revit family, idcec, Interior Design Continuing Education Council, pdh education for engineers, aia ada ceu credit, ada florida texas california ceu

Register Free AIA-PDH-IDCEC Webinar | Designing for Safety | Wed 11-08-17

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Oct 23, 2017 10:24:38 AM

Free Bradley AIA-CES | RCEP Accredited Webinar

Wednesday, November 08 2017

12:00pm Eastern \ 11:00am Central \ 10:00am Mountain | 9:00am Pacific

Bradley Corporation is proud to sponsor a new live Continuing Education course titled;

"Designing for Safety"

  

AIA-CES Course -Webinar Description

InfoSpec, Inc. is the Education Provider for this course.

AIA Course Number: IBR10H

Course Title: Designing for Safety

Course Length: 1 Hour

Course Credit: 1 AIA HSW CE Hour

Course Credit: 1 RCEP - PDH Hour for Engineers

Course Credit: IDCEC CC-106733-1000 | 1 Hour CE

This class is registered with the Registered Continued Education Program (RECP).

The class offers Professional Development Hour(s) (PDH) to RECP Members.

Visit Registered Continued Education Program (RECP) | https://rcep.net/


This class is registered with the Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC).

The class offers Professional Development Hour(s) (PDH) to IDCEC Members.

Visit Registered Continued Education Program (RECP) | https://www.idcec.org/

 

Webinar Registration Link


Course Objectives:

An overview of the types and use of emergency wash equipment, latest ANSI standards & requirements that affect design, and tepid water requirements for emergency equipment.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain the importance of emergency eyewash and shower equipment in settings where users are exposed to hazardous substances.

  2. Comply with regulations and design best practices for locating and specifying emergency eyewash and shower equipment

  3. Incorporate emergency eyewash and shower equipment in workplace and teaching environments

  4. Comply with tepid water requirements for emergency fixtures by incorporating a tepid water solution


Group Registration

How can we register a group of people attending the event from a single location and working with the same organization?

One person from the organization needs to register for each location.

  • At the time of the presentation, the webinar facilitator will ask each designated registrant of each group to record the roll call of those in attendance.

Our webinar provider will register each attendance with AIA National; however the roll call list needs to include each attendee's --

  1. first and last name,

  2. email address,

  3. AIA Number and

  4. Phone number is optional. The webinar provider may need to contact them if they encounter any problems with registration or email address.

The designated registrant needs to email the roll call list within 24 hours to our webinar provider --whose email address will be given at the end of the session.

Read More

Topics: american institute of architects, aia accredited learning webinar, Revit Training-Education, professional development hour, recp professional development hours, bradley aia ces webinar, AIA CES Course, aia-ces sustainable design webinar, Registered Continued Education Program, Designing for Safety, emergency shower revit family, idcec, Interior Design Continuing Education Council, pdh education for engineers

Download Enclosed Safety Shower Revit Family | Clearance Box-SubCategory

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Apr 4, 2017 9:25:00 AM

Bradley features Revit familes for the Enclosed Safety Showers in the Bradley Emergency Fixture Revit Family Library.Bradley ESS units feature emergency eye/face wash and drench showers; that include hot water heating units to meet tepid water standards.

The Bradley Enclosed Safety Shower Revit family components feature a semi-transparent, lightly shaded "clearance box" box. Dashed red lines appear in the plan and elevation views.

  1. The 3D clearance box assists with the design-construction BIM clash-interference detection and coordination.
  2. It helps the designer to design the space with adequate installation and maintenance clearances for this movable equipment.

A Revit subcategory named "Clearance" is assigned to the clearance box. It is located in the Revit View Visibility (VV or VG) dialogue box under "Plumbing Fixtures".

  • The Revit designer can toggle ON/OFF the visibility of the clearance box in the view.

The ESS Revit family has additional Revit subcategory visibility settings with the prefix of "ESS". They are also are located in the Revit View Visibility (VV or VG) dialogue box under "Plumbing Fixtures".

  1. The designer can toggle On/Off the visibility of the roof, walls and floor.
  2. This enables the designer to easily place ESS product options; Bradley Tankless Water Heaters and EFX Emergency Eyewash/Shower Revit components into the ESS cabinet.

 

Visit the Bradley Revit-BIM FAQ Page for additional Revit technical support for Bradley Revit-BIM Family Library.

 

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Topics: Bradley Revit-BIM FAQs, enclosed safety shower revit family, emergency fixture revit family, Bradley Safety Fixtures, emergency shower revit family, revit bim clearance box, clearance revit subcategory, revit clearance box, revit technical support, download free revit family component, emergency eye wash shower revit family, revit for construction, revit family training, Revit Training-Education

Register FREE AIA-CES\PDH Webinar | Designing for Safety | Thu 03-30-17

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Mar 7, 2017 11:05:10 AM

Free Bradley AIA-CES | RCEP Accredited Webinar

Thursday-March 30 2017 | 12:00pm EDT \ 11:00am CDT

Bradley Corporation is proud to sponsor a new live Continuing Education course titled;

 

"Designing for Safety"

 

 

AIA-CES Course -Webinar Description

InfoSpec, Inc. is the Education Provider for this course.

AIA Course Number: IBR10H

Course Title: Designing for Safety

Course Length: 1 Hour

Course Credit: 1 AIA HSW CE Hour

Course Credit: 1 RCEP PDH Hour for Engineers

This class is registered with the Registered Continued Education Program (RECP).

The class offers Professional Development Hour(s) (PDH) to RECP Members.

Registered Continued Education Program (RECP) | https://rcep.net/

Webinar Registration Link


Course Objectives:

An overview of the types and use of emergency wash equipment, latest ANSI requirements that affect design, and tepid water requirements for emergency equipment.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain the importance of emergency eyewash and shower equipment in settings where users are exposed to hazardous substances.
  2. Comply with regulations and design best practices for locating and specifying emergency eyewash and shower equipment
  3. Incorporate emergency eyewash and shower equipment in workplace and teaching environments
  4. Comply with tepid water requirements for emergency fixtures by incorporating a tepid water solution

Group Registration

How can we register a group of people attending the event from a single location and working with the same organization?

One person from the organization needs to register for each location.

  • At the time of the presentation, the webinar facilitator will ask each designated registrant of each group to record the roll call of those in attendance.

Our webinar provider will register each attendance with AIA National; however the roll call list needs to include each attendee's --

  1. first and last name,
  2. email address,
  3. AIA Number and
  4. Phone number is optional. The webinar provider may need to contact them if they encounter any problems with registration or email address.

The designated registrant needs to email the roll call list within 24 hours to our webinar provider --whose email address will be given at the end of the session.

Read More

Topics: american institute of architects, aia accredited learning webinar, Revit Training-Education, professional development hour, bim aia ces course webinar, recp professional development hours, bradley aia ces webinar, AIA CES Course, aia-ces sustainable design webinar, Registered Continued Education Program, Designing for Safety, emergency shower revit family

Revit for Prefabrication -Lavatory Systems-Patient Care-Safety Fixtures

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Mar 5, 2012 8:11:36 AM

Bradley Revit Family Lavatory Systems | Autodesk Revit Rendering

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