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November 2013 Meeting - Free for Vets, 1.0 PDH

  • November 13, 2013
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • 6301 State Route 298, East Syracuse, New York, 13057

Registration

  • All-access members are free. You should still RSVP for all meetings using this form.
  • The first visit for any YEA Member (those under 35) is FREE! Contact Justin Spaulding (justins@rl-stone.com) for more information.
  • General Registration for all members - Pay at the Door.
  • General Registration for all attendees - prepay online
  • ASHRAE Life Members pay a discounted registration fee of $25, contact Richard Kimball (rkimball@bergmannpc.com) for more information.
  • Veterans are free. Thank you for your service.

Registration is closed

 

 

Date: November 13, 2013
Time: 4:30 BOG / 5:30 General Membership Mtg.
Location:  DoubleTree Hotel

Program: Energy Consumption in Healthcare Facilities (Assis Flores - JCI)


This meeting is eligible for 1.0 PDH and free for military veterans.


Operating Room Environment Optimization (OREO) – Focus on the efficiency and optimization of the Hospital’s OR suite to deliver better clinical outcomes by tracking critical OR conditions, meet standards for air change rate, optimize the safety, comfort and efficiency of the surgical suite.

Questions:

  1. What is OREO?

  1. What are the 3 primary goals of OREO?
  1. What is the ventilation requirement in OR when in unoccupied mode?
  1. What is the ventilation requirements in OR when in Occupied Mode?
  1. What is the communication protocol required between Building Automation System BAS and OREO Server?
  1. What is the most common communication protocol between OREO and other Hospital Systems?

  1. What is the energy savings potential per OR when OREO strategy is used? 


RSVP via our website. Contact Don Howell - dhowell@bergmannpc.com - 315-422-5200 for assistance with reservations.

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