CIRCADIAN LIGHTS' AIA APPROVED COURSE DIRECTORY FOR HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE CEU LEARNING CREDITS (LU/HSW)


CIRCADIAN LIGHTING FOR WORKPLACES: PROTECTING HEALTH AND IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY


Instructor Led Face-to-Face

Specifying circadian lighting requires that architects and lighting designers have an understanding of the key differences between the day, evening and nighttime impacts of the blue content of white light on circadian rhythms, human health and productivity. This course explains 1) The benefits of blue-rich light when it is appropriately timed during daytime hours 2) The latest medical evidence on the harmful effects of blue-rich light at night and how to mitigate the risk by using blue-depleted light at night... Read MoreTrue and False Circadian Lighting: How to Protect Occupant Health and Productivity

 

TRUE AND FALSE CIRCADIAN LIGHTING: HOW TO PROTECT OCCUPANT HEALTH AND PRODUCTIVITY

Course Description: Many lighting products are incorrectly labelled "human-centric" or "circadian." This is because the word “circadian” has recently entered into lighting industry vernacular often with limited understanding of its precise meaning. This can create confusion for architects, lighting designers and specifiers.  In 2018 the IES and RPI's National Scence Foundation funded LESA center workshop report concluded that  "Merely adjusting CCT, light intensity, or even SPD with time of day does not qualify a lighting system as “circadian...” Read More

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