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Institution of Lighting Professionals


The ILP is proud to launch its newest technical report, TR30 Passive Safety: Guidance on the Implementation of Passively Safe Lighting Columns and Signposts. This document aims to help the designer identify such locations and provide a risk assessment approach to each location. The document has been produced by designers for designers, and cuts through much of the mystery shrouding the use of passively safe products, giving designers an easy-to-follow route from their initial design thoughts to the final selection of equipment in line with BS EN 12767 and BS EN 40.


TR30 is available to purchase from the ILP online shop for £55 non members and £45 for members. The online shop can be found through visiting ILP’s website www.theilp.org.uk


News from the key industry bodies Lighting Industry Awards 2011 L 28


The Lighting Association is delighted to announce the call for entries to the Lighting Industry Awards 2011.


ighting Association www.lightingassociation.com


The 2011 categories are: • Light Source Product of the Year • Commercial Product of the Year • Decorative Product of the Year • Innovation Award • Lifetime Achievement


Judges from a broad range of disciplines, including designers, journalists, industry and government bodies, will shortlist the initial entries and finalists will be informed in advance of the awards presentation at the LA Gala Dinner on 7 July, Stratford upon Avon, which is the culmination of the LA Annual Conference and is held along with the National Student Lighting Design Awards.


The deadline for entries is 27 May 2011. Entry is free of charge for LA members with a maximum of five entries per category per member. The awards are sponsored by OSRAM Lighting, Fern Howard and UBM.


Contact Janet for an entry form: T 01952 290 905, janetl@lightingassociation.com, www.lightingassociation.com


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