Fire Safety Engineering Assessments – A Risk Based Practical Approach
Objectives of workshop
- To discuss the fire risk analysis and mitigation process from a fire safety engineering perspective.
- To develop a performance based alternative solution comprising active and passive fire safety systems and management measures to support them.
- Achieve levels of fire safety beyond what the Building codes prescribe by adopting risk assessment approach.
- Case study of a (hypothetical) multi-storey building constructed mostly of Cross Laminated Timber.
The workshop format and program
The workshop will be conducted in an interactive format. The case study information will be forwarded to the participants prior to the workshop in order to familiarise them with the hypothetical project and enable them to prepare for the workshop.
Who should attend
Architects, Engineers, Registered Fire Safety Engineers, Registered Inspectors, Fire Safety Managers, Building Owners/Developers, Suppliers of Fire Products/Contractors, Facility Management personnel, Insurance Underwriters, etc.
Mr. Mahmut B N Horasan
Mahmut Horasan needs no introduction to the fire safety engineering fraternity internationally. He has been involved in fire and risk engineering research, education and consultancy since 1989. He is a Director and Principal of Scientific Fire Services Pty. Ltd., a fire safety engineering consulting, education and training company active in Australia, Southeast Asia and Middle East.
Mahmut was an active member of the committees which produced the Australian Fire Engineering Guildelines (1996), Australian Fire Safety Engineering Guidelines (2001), and the International Fire Safety Engineering Guidelines (2005). He has been teaching fire safety engineering undergraduate to masters degree courses at Victoria University, University of Technology Sydney, University of Western Sydney and Melbourne University. Mahmut Horasan is also a registered Fire Safety Engineer in Singapore and familiar with the fire code and fire engineering practices here and in regional countries.
IFE Singapore Secretariat
Tel: 6338 9274
Operating Hours: 9.00am – 5.00pm (Mon to Fri)
1) Email the completed form below to: email@example.com ,or
2) Post the completed form below to:
The Institution of Fire Engineers (UK), Singapore Branch
32, Ang Mo Kio Industrial Park 2,
#07-06, Sing Industrial Complex,
Closing Date: 28th February, 2015.
Cheques should be crossed and made payable to “The Institution of Fire Engineers (UK)”. No invoice will be issued. Acknowledgement letter will be issued upon clearance of cheque.
Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis and will be confirmed upon receipt of full payment. No refund will be made for any cancellations but replacements are welcomed. The Organiser reserves the right to postpone or cancel the seminar due to unforeseen circumstances.