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Trends in Fire Safety Engineering for Structural Engineers, online

  • Webinar
  • Online
  • 08 July 2020
  • 07:30 - 08:45
Trends in Fire Safety Engineering for Structural Engineers, online

About this event

ICE Victorian Local Association invites you to an informative online Lecture Presentation - Trends in Fire Safety Engineering for Structural Engineers. Presented by Dr Jonathan Barnett, Managing Director at Basic Expert Pty Ltd. Dr Barnett will talk about the current issues with combustible cladding and the changes in the National Construction Code with the adaptation of the fire safety verification method.

  • Please direct enquires for this event to: [email protected]
  • Date: Wednesday 8 July 2020
  • Time: 17.30 to 18.45 (Australia - AEST)
  • Venue: Online via Zoom - connection link sent after registration
  • Cost: this event is free 
  • RSVP: Register at [email protected] by 7 July

For full details please refer to the attached flyer.

This event is open to non-ICE Members, please forward to those that may be interested to attend.

Speakers

Dr Jonathan Barnett, FSFPE FIEAust CPEng NER PE APEC Engineer IntPE(Aust)

Managing Director at Basic Expert Pty Ltd

Jonathan Barnett

An internationally acclaimed technical expert in fire safety engineering with over forty-two years’ experience in his field. Previously a professor at WPI in the United States, Jonathan has researched topics such as computer modelling of fire, structural fire protection, combustible cladding and the development of new fire test standards.

Jonathan has done projects throughout the world including the United States, Europe, New Zealand and Australia, working with government agencies, fire authorities and universities. As an expert witness, Jonathan has testified on fire events and building defects throughout the world including Australia, the United States and the Netherlands.

Event venue

Online
Online
Australia

For more information please contact:

Max Lane

e: [email protected]

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