Best Design Practices for Isolated Power Systems in Healthcare Facilities

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Summary: NFPA-99 made changes designating all Operating Rooms as Wet Procedure Locations, unless a documented risk assessment proves otherwise. While this does not change the requirements for Isolated Power Systems (IPS) per NFPA-70 Article 517, the utilization of IPS is increasing.  This session will discuss the NEC and NFPA-99 code changes as related to isolated power systems. Furthermore, the session will discuss best practices in the design, installation, maintenance & usage of the systems.

Learning Objectives 1: Identification of the NFPA-99's new risk based design approach and associated (Chapter 4) categories

Learning Objectives 2: Understand the applicable codes & standards including NFPA-99 Code changes as it relates to Operating Rooms and spaces deemed as "Wet Procedure Locations"

Learning Objectives 3: Understand the theory of operation of Isolated Power Systems and Line Isolation Monitors (LIMs)

Learning Objectives 4: Understand best practices for the equipment selection, installation, and maintenance of Isolated Power Systems and Line Isolation Monitors (LIMs)



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  • San Francisco Italian Athletic Club
  • 1630 Stockton St, San Francisco, CA 94133
  • San Francisco, California
  • United States 94133
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  • Program Chair: finn.schenck@iemfg.com

     

  • Starts 17 July 2019 09:31 AM
  • Ends 24 September 2019 05:25 PM
  • All times are US/Pacific
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David Knecht of Bender Inc.

Biography:

David Knecht is an expert in isolated power systems utilized in the healthcare environment.  He started his career working as an electrical engineer for a mechanical, electrical, plumbing design firm in central Pennsylvania.  In 2008, David joined BENDER as an electrical engineer and since 2011 has been responsible for BENDER’s Healthcare Division directing the segment's sales, product development, and field service organization. Since 2011, he and his team have provided services and/or equipment to more than 1,600  individual healthcare facilities within 22 countries.  David is an active member of numerous healthcare facility management and safety organizations including NFPA and ASHE.

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November 12, 2019 Battery Storage Systems (Tesla presenting)

Friday February 28, 2020  Annual Engineering Seminar  ( Topics and presenters TBA)



Chair:  gary.fox@us.abb.com

Vice Chair:   michael.poling@ascopower.com

Treasurer: Daniel Castro dcastro@integralgroup.com

Program Chair: Finn Schenck finn.schenck@iemfg.com

Secretary:Matt Norlander Matt.Norlander@chevron.com