Health and Aged Care  

Architects, Builders, Designers Facility managers


Thur 20th August 2020

2.00pm - 5.00pm


Pan Pacific Hotel, Perth

includes drinks & networking

 to 5.30pm



16th September 2020

12.30pm - 5.00pm 

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney 

Drinks and networking to 6.00pm 

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Certificates of Attendance for CPD Points available 


Fire Doors in Hospitals and Aged Care 

What kind of fire doors are appropriate for the HealthCare sector? 

What is a Life Safety Door (LSD?) 
How to rectify non-compliant fire doors 

Safety and Compliance -  Understanding Door inspections, maintenance codes and how often the doors should be tested 

Building Code of Australia - Builders, Architects, Facility Managers ;  

Specifications for openings and joints in Smoke Walls

Specifications for Smoke Walls for Hospitals and Aged Care 

Smoke Containment requirements 


Door Solutions for hospitals, doctor's surgeries, medical centres and aged care;  
Swinging doors - Egress, Evacuation and the BCA 


HVAC and Healthcare -  
Effective performance - Understanding HVAC Systems for medical facilities 
Poor working conditions impact patient care

HVAC is an integral part of a hospital’s infection control strategy. Infection may arise through viral, bacterial or fungal sources.
This presentation will discuss the  four different modes of disease transmission which include direct contact, indirect contact, droplet transmission and airborne transmission, and HVAC design is key to the control of airborne infection transmission.
This presentation will explain the Regulations, Guidelines and standards to ensure compliance and prevention of infection to vulnerable occupants


Natural Ventilation for Infection Control in Health-Care Settings
Preparing for an emergency event - residential care service  



This presentation will discuss a list of actions  to assist aged care providers develop or review Activity Continuity Plans for service delivery during emergency events. 

This presentation will cover ;   


Common Emergency Presentations 

Pharmacological and 

Psychosocial considerations

Patient Isolation Rooms - Main Considerations in Design and Planning of Emergency Department 


Design Considerations for Hospital Class-N Isolation Rooms
Class N- negatively pressurised rooms are typically used for patients with known or unknown but suspected infectious diseases that spread via airborne droplet nuclei (such as chicken pox, disseminated shingles, measles or pulmonary tuberculosis) and require airborne droplet nuclei isolation.
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