ADEB  2020 Lighting CPD Seminar

Lighting Design for the Future 

Electrical Fire & Safety 

Compliance, Codes &  Regulation


WA & NSW  



- The Future of Shopping Centre Lighting in Australia -

Highlighting the retail experience 


- Challenges of Leds in Architectural Lighting 


​- How Lighting affects performance in the Workplace inc ;  


  • The types of office lighting and how they affect productivity  

  • The Negative Impact of badly lit offices

  • The Link between lighting and productivity

Lighting Specification and considerations 
-    Considerations for lighting specification
-    How to easily design around glare for best user experience possible
-    Lighting standards and their impact on Task Lighting
-    How to build user flexibility into lighting design



Lighting in Sports Stadiums:  


 AS 2560.1:2018; Sports Lighting General Principles 
This Standard was prepared by the Standards Australia Committee

 LG-009 Sports Lighting, to supersede AS 2560.1—2002.  

It contains recommendations and requirements for the lighting of places, both indoors and outdoors, where sport is played. It includes general principles and recommendations for sports lighting, descriptions of suitable types of lighting equipment, and requirements regarding methods for the assessment or measurement of sports lighting installations.

This Standard is intended to be read in conjunction with the applicable section of AS 2560.2 covering the sport of interest. Taken together, these Standards cater for the requirements of different levels of play, e.g. recreational, training, club, national and international, and provide for the visual requirements of participants, officials and spectators, as appropriate. Understand the impacts 





AS/NZS 2293.1:2018 Emergency lighting and exit signs for buildings System design,

installation and operation.
This Standard specifies requirements for the design and installation of emergency

lighting and illuminated emergency exit signage systems for buildings.

Central battery, single point and self-contained systems are included.

Architects, Builders, Facilities & Electrical contractors should understand this standard




Electrical Safety &  Fire– Causes and Prevention:  


What the changes to AS/NZS 3000:2018 mean for electrical safety  :  

With new Legislation of the Australia wiring rules coming in to effect as of

January 1st 2019 it is mandatory that all circuits in a domestic setting of 32amps

and under now require an RCD safety switch.

Ensure your business is up to date with the requirements 



WA: New Electrical Hazard Regulations: 
Understanding and avoiding the electrical hazards in roof spaces 

The WA State Government has announced changes to safety regulations that will effectively require the main switch to be switched off prior to work for reward being undertaken in ceiling spaces of domestic-type dwellings will apply from 14 May 2018. Refresh and understand these changes and how they impact lighting designers and electrical contractors and businesses




all of the above topics included except Regulation WA 


NSW Public Lighting Code 

The NSW Public Lighting Code, first published January 2006, informs the relationship between Public Lighting Service Providers and Public Lighting Customers.

The Code is being updated to support service standards and make it consistent with National Electricity Law and changes to the role of distribution networks. The updated Code will apply from 1 July 2019.


Changes to the Code are intended to:

- support improvements to road safety and visual amenity
- provide greater certainty of obligations and service levels
- ensure that implementation of, and compliance with, the Code is practical.

The NSW Public Lighting Code sets out:
(i) requirements for the provision of Public Lighting Services to be provided by Service
(ii) Service Standards to be met by Service Providers;
(iii) a requirement that Service Providers consult with Customers in relation to the types of
Standard Luminaires to be provided by Services Providers to Customers; and
(iv) a mechanism that allows Services Providers and Customers to agree to the installation of
Non-Standard Luminaires.
(b) The Code does not apply to lighting designs.
(c) A Service Provider must comply with this Code as a condition of its distributor’s licence issued
under the Electricity Supply Act 1995 (NSW).
(d) This Code commences on 1 July 2019.

For a full 2020 Program calendar please contact us - email 

Certificate of Attendance provided .

Delegates requiring CPD should contact the administrator of their scheme to find our how many points the Seminar is worth.

Learning Outcomes are included in all Certificates along with content and Technical BIO of the Speakers