RIBA CPD Showcase

Health, safety and wellbeing

The following RIBA-approved CPD materials fall within the ‘Health, safety and wellbeing’ RIBA Core Curriculum topic. Many seminars are now available online using Zoom, GoToMeeting, and Microsoft Teams etc. This is not always shown here so, if a seminar is of interest to you, do click on the link and check.
Online Learning, by GEZE UK Limited
An information-packed presentation that covers: the importance of automatic door safety and why power operated doorsets are classed as machines; (the new standard) EN 16005, why it was introduced and what its implications are for the architect; how EN 16005 differs from BS 7036; automatic door safety issues and how to identify and overcome them; and, guidance on automatic door selection and specification.

Please note that this content was assessed in 2013

Founded in 1863, GEZE is a world leader in door and window control systems. With an ongoing multi-million pound investment programme covering research, development and manufacturing, GEZE sets the standard for advanced door and window control technology. Naturally, it is ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 accredited. This CPD seminar can also be delivered via Zoom, WebEx or Miscrosoft Teams.

Duration: 40 minutes, plus Q&A
Online Learning, by Allgood Ltd
Explores the balance between electronic security and access for doors. Provides an overview of different electronic lock and access control systems and how to correctly install them. Also addresses the differences between fail-safe and fail-secure, current standards and fire safety implications.

For over 70 years Allgood has provided a single source, fully coordinated package of ironmongery and hardware. Its designs are beautifull, simple and timeless, and easy to install and maintain. A champion of British manufacturing, its Birmingham production facility delivers over 100,000 products a year, including all tactile ironmongery. Over 70% of Allgood’s supply chain (by spend) is situated within 20 miles of its factory and logistics hub. Naturally, the company is ISO 14001 accredited (and has been since 2009) and works continuously to reduce its operational and embodied carbon impact.

Duration: 45 minutes, plus Q&A
Online Learning, by Optima
Addresses how glazed partitions and doors can play an important role in gaining WELL certification. Includes advice and guidance on: the benefits of WELL certification, the certification process and methodology, the role of glass partitions within WELL, and how to specify glass partitions in a design that meets the WELL standard.

Optima is one of the leading international glass partitioning and doors specialists. Its service combines specification, design, manufacturing, installation and aftercare, using its own teams of experts. All products are acoustically certified. Optima is proud of its sustainability credentials and is an ISO 9001 company with ISO 14001 products and EPDs.

Duration: 45 minutes, plus Q&A
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