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Control Room Design Workshop

You’re invited to attend an informative presentation and roundtable discussion with one of the foremost experts today in control room design.

5/20/2015
When: Wednesday, May 20th
8:00-11:00am
Where: History Colorado Center
1200 Broadway
Denver, Colorado  80203
United States

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Control Room Design Workshop

You’re invited to attend an informative presentation and roundtable discussion with one of the foremost experts today in control room design.

Workshop and Continental Breakfast sponsored by Legacy Designs, Inc.

   

In this workshop you’ll learn …

How Control Room Design directly impacts operator efficiency, operational safety and productivity. Within the 2 packed hours of content and discussion you’ll gain key critical insights on how to identify, measure, and effectively correct those elements that negatively impact your control room. Topics include …

  • Traffic
  • Noise
  • Interruption
  • Fatigue
  • Distraction
  • Lighting
  • Limited screen visibility
  • Poor Ergonomics

The roundtable offers a unique forum for peer-to-peer sharing of experiences, critical issues, and expertise.  Steve’s workshops have helped hundreds of control rooms and thousands of operators improve their overall productivity.

 

Who Should Attend Workshop:

24/7 Mission Critical Control Room personnel including: Control Room Operators / Controllers, Control Room Supervisors and Managers, Plant Safety and Facilities personnel. 

 

Roundtable registration is limited to 50 attendees.  REGISTER HERE

About the Presenter:

 

Steve W.Steve Whitley, Design Matters founder, has extensive knowledge and more than 20 years of experience in 24/7 Mission Critical room planning, including layout, design and outfitting. His Design Matters team collectively has experience working with over 1,000 control rooms nationwide, including both a broad spectrum of industries as well as applications. Their unique methodology incorporates a combination of ‘100 Critical Elements’ that factor into their design criteria. In fact, the Design Matters method exceeds ISO 11064 standards in control room design.  Design Matters routinely provides a more dynamic planning experience and recommendations based on site specific gathered intelligence, current best practices, industry standards, as well as considerations of future trends.Whether your project is large or small, you’ll benefit from this workshop and discussion.

 

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