The Webinar Wednesday series, powered by TechNation, continues to deliver insights and advice to HTM professionals around the globe. Thus far in 2019, the Webinar Wednesday series boasts more than 4,000 attendees with an average of 359 registrations per webinar.
The July 17 webinar sponsored by Rigel Medical set a new record with 628 individuals registered for the webinar “Electrical Safety Testing to New Standards.” The presentation by Brittany Schmidke, national business development manager at Rigel Medical, also set a new record for the most attendees with 426 people viewing the live presentation.
Schmidke discussed how to gain a better understanding of the testing standards and procedures including NFPA 99, 62353 and 60601. She also addressed the process and importance of performing PMs.
Attendees were asked to use three words to describe the webinar and came up with a variety of positive adjectives.
“Relevant, Timely, Interesting,” said J. Young, CBET.
“Helpful, informational and descriptive,” Biomed R. Levchuk stated.
“Concise, on-topic, enjoyable,” Biomed A. Eby said.
Some HTM professionals needed more than three words to describe the webinar.
“I’m new to health care; good info to fill in why we do what we do,” said R. Carter, support mechanic clinical engineering.
“Very informative, great pace, the perfect amount of detail was included for each topic, not overwhelming or creating too much info to sort through while still giving enough to provide end-to-end coverage of the topic,” BMET II T. Kelly said.
“Very informative and cleared up a few safety issues we were currently having,” said K. Reimer, president.
“Electrical safety is a very familiar subject for our daily routine job. However, this webinar refreshed our knowledge and updated new standards,” T. Koh, BMET, said.
“Electrical safety is a daily task for a biomed so it was a validation for what we do,” said R. Thebodo, BMET III.
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