STONEHAM, Mass., June 5, 2018 --- CIRCADIAN Light is pleased to offer Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) credits to members of The American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Health, Safety, and Welfare courses endorsed by AIA focus on design concepts that safeguard the public on construction and designs that focus on issues such as lighting, construction systems, sustainability, and adaptation.
STONEHAM, MA ----- The significant health risks linked to the use of LED lights at night may have finally been solved by an innovative new LED technology. CIRCADIAN® Light’s new Night-Safe™ LEDs are the first lights verified by UL, the leading global safety certification company, to emit white light with less than 2% blue content at night. This medically-significant breakthrough addresses the growing scientific evidence that exposure at night to the 10 - 30% blue light content of conventional LEDs has a profound negative effect on many aspects of human health and performance.
July 18, 2018 - Martin Moore-Ede, MD, PhD, CEO of CIRCADIAN Light will be speaking at the Light for Health and Wellbeing Conference in Newport Beach, CA. Dr. Moore-Ede's presentation is titled "Circadian Spectral Sensitivity to White Light in the Workplace." Learn more>>
June 6, 2018 - Kevin Kulp presented at the Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Seminar and Industry Trade Show in Galveston, TX on combating fatigue in 24/7 operations and how lighting might contribute to fatigue.
May 21, 2018 - Andrew Moore-Ede presented a webinar on Shiftwork and Shift Scheduling Practices, sponsored by the Southern Gas Association. CIRCADIAN shared the shift scheduling practices of gas control operations, the most common shift features and schedules being utilized, and how they were selected. Additionally, Andrew shared best practices for assessing and changing shift schedules.
April 8, 2018 - Andrew Moore-Ede , Garrie Wright, and Bill Davis spoke at Navigator 2018 in Las Vegas. CIRCADIAN was also an exhibitor at the show. Learn more >>
CIRCADIAN Light to Present Studies at "Lighting for Health and Wellbeing" Conference
STONEHAM, Mass., July 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The harmful effects of conventional LED lights at night, which disrupt circadian clocks and increase appetite, insulin resistance and diabetes risk, may be avoided by removing bio-active blue wavelengths from white LED light, according to a research study titled "Taking the Obesity and Diabetes Risk out of Light at Night" to be presented by Dr. Martin Moore-Ede, CEO of Circadian Light at the "Light for Health and Wellbeing" Conference in Newport Beach, CA on July 27, 2017.