Countdown to IIDEXCanada: the show’s top 5 health safety and welfare seminars

IIDEXCanada is just around the corner – it runs Dec. 3-4 in Toronto – and conference director Jeremy Vandermeij and his conference committee have programmed a wide array of IDCEC Health Safety and Welfare seminars for interior designers to secure their CEU’s and stay on top of critical knowledge in the industry. Vandermeij & company have put together a list of IIDEX’s top 5 IDCEC HSW seminars. Keep in mind that IIDEXCanada believes that these seminars will sell out fast.

1 & 2. Issues of Accessibility

Starting Jan. 1, 2015, more accessibility requirements from the 2012 OBC will come into effect. Don’t miss your last chance to learn how it affects your practice. There are two seminar options to choose from, one on Wed., Dec. 3 W21 Accessibility in Ontario: Changes to Accessibility in the OBC, and one on Thurs., Dec. 4 Ontario Building Code January 2015 Barrier-Free Changes 

3. 2012 OBC Part 9 Update

Dara Bowser brings you 2014 updates to Part 9 Residential; effective Jan. 1, 2014. This seminar will cover new requirements including Smoke Alarms, Water Conservation and more Click here to learn more about this seminar

4. Critical Knowledge of LEDs for Interior Design by Tom Butters

What every lighting designer NEEDS to know. Now that LEDs have become the lighting source of choice for designers and architects, Tom Butters will take a look at some of the opportunities and pitfalls that exist with LEDs in the 21st century Click here to learn more about this seminar

5. Office Ergonomics Standards: A Road Map for Designers

Clients reference them in tenders, manufacturers design products to meet them, ergonomists quote them, but do you know where to find up-to-date ergonomics standards? Lucy Hart will show you where they are and how to use them Click here to learn more about this seminar