Lighting Control for Health and Safety
Gary Meshberg, OSRAM
August 18, 2021
8:30am – 9:30am ET
1 LU Elective
This seminar describes the emerging trend of lighting and health, taking note of new developments in lighting used for disinfection. Categorizing these measures as 1) occupant satisfaction and wellbeing, 2) circadian lighting, and 3) COVID mitigation and disinfection lighting, the seminar identifies all the ways lighting controls can support these strategies to ensure the most effective result.
1. Identify opportunities to use lighting to enhance health and safety in the built environment
2. Ensure lighting controls play a supportive role to maximize lighting’s contribution
3. Use lighting controls to support infection risk mitigation strategies
4. Discern lighting control strategies to ensure the most appropriate solutions
Director of Industry and Market Engagement, OSRAM
Gary Meshberg, LEED AP, LC, IESNA is vice chair of the Lighting Controls Association (lightingcontrolsassociation.org) and director of industry and market engagement for OSRAM. A 31-year industry veteran, he previously served as director of marketing, VP of sales and specification business manager for major lighting manufacturers. He chairs the IES Lighting Commissioning Committee, previously served as past education chair for the Dallas Section, and founded and served as chair of the Home Lighting Control Alliance.