HVAC&R Maintenance seminar series

DA19

Get familiar with the best practices of HVAC&R maintenance. 

AIRAH presents a half-day seminar series highlighting the key changes to DA19’s 2019 edition; how to use the manual in everyday practice; and why maintenance of HVAC&R systems is so important.

Why attend?

This half-day seminar series will help familiarise you with the updated DA19 HVAC&R Maintenance manual, identify its key changes and highlight its use as an industry guideline to maintain systems and improve efficiencies in the built environment.

This seminar series will include:
  • The objective, scope and application of DA19 and its role in improving maintenance practices
  • An overview of the major changes to DA19
  • How industry can adopt and adapt to the changes.


What’s in DA19?

For over 20 years, DA19 has been the definitive reference for HVAC&R maintenance in Australia. It defines what maintenance is and why it’s performed. It also discusses the roles and responsibilities of supply-chain stakeholders.

Outlining how best to manage maintenance, DA19 defines a structured process for the development of a system of maintenance, appropriate to a specific building or application.

The 2019 updates to DA19 HVAC&R Maintenance are aligned with industry standards. Maintenance activities have been categorised and are tailored for each site based on minimum compliance and good or best practice, additionally promoting transparency in maintenance specifications and budgets.

New sections covering the growing trend for digital and smart maintenance practices are also covered. 


The HVAC&R Maintenance seminar series will cover:

Objective, scope and application of DA19

Managing maintenance

Targeted maintenance – for specific objectives such as energy, water, refrigerant, microbial control and indoor air quality

Maintenance process and strategies

Maintenance overview

Examples of HVAC&R system maintenance scope

What’s new for the 2019 release of DA19

Risks in not maintaining

Targeted maintenance – for specific objectives such as energy, water, refrigerant, microbial control and indoor air quality



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Presenter: Brett Fairweather, M.AIRAH

Brett has represented local engineering practices for over 20 years, and now runs a mechanical services consultancy to support other practitioners throughout the industry. On behalf of AIRAH, Brett is regularly involved in delivering training relevant to the maintenance of essential safety measures; design of smoke control and fire dampers; and building ventilation. Brett is a member of Standards Australia’s ME-062 subcommittees, which are responsible for standards on a range of HVAC requirements in buildings. 
 

General course information

Times
  • 7.30am – Registration desk opens, light refreshments served
  • 8am – Seminar begins
  • 12pm – Seminar finishes, light lunch served

Prices



AIRAH members $245

Non-member price

Non-members $380

Course pricing includes GST

Registration includes a hard copy of the new DA19 manual.

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Register

Registrations are now open and spaces are limited. Please click one of the below links to register for a seminar in your preferred city. You may also register by downloading, completing and returning the registration form.
Vic

Hobart

Tuesday, October 15

Hadley's Hobart
34 Murray Street,
Hobart

Register

NSW

New South Wales

Thursday, October 24

Karstens Sydney
111 Harrington Street
Sydney

Register 

Vic

Victoria

Wednesday, October 16

Rendezvous Hotel
328 Flinders Street
Melbourne

Register 

WA

Western Australia

Tuesday, October 29

Fraser Suites Perth
10 Adelaide Terrace 
Perth

Register 
Qld

Queensland

Tuesday, October 22

Capri on Fraser
80 Albert Street
Brisbane

Register 

SA

South Australia

Wednesday, October 30

Quest King William South
379 King William St
Adelaide

Register 

ACT

Canberra

Wednesday, October 23

Vibe Canberra Hotel
1 Rogan Street
Canberra

Register 



Contact

Please call AIRAH on (03) 8623 3000 or email training@airah.org.au for more information.