JOIFF (The International Organization for Industrial Emergency Response and Fire Hazard Management) organizes the2nd International Conference on Fire Risk Management and Explosion that will take place in Malta on October 29 and 30, 2018.
Auxquimia will be supporting the conference where references such as:
Randal Fletcher. Conference Chairman
Topic: Managing within the unknowns. Finding and leveraging the expertise across the response functional boundaries (Response organisations, consultants, manufactures, developers, agencies, and the public). Minimising the illusions.
Eric Yap. Commissioner. Singapore Civil Defence Force
Topic: Philosophy, perspective and directional imperative towards managing complex organisational and legislative mandates; Driving forward thinking into practical application.
Thad Allen Coast Guard Commandant.
Topic: Insights from Deepwater Horizon and other incidents, of strategic leadership and organisational management during crisis and emergency response. Developing and maintaining capability and cooperation between agencies, private organisations and the public.
Mark Scoggins, Solicitor Advocate. Graduate of Cambridge University
Topic: Responsibility and accountability profiles for organisations and responders in high risk environments. Lessons from the field to the courtroom.
Jose Torero. Chair in the Department of Fire Protection Engineering and Director of the Center for Disaster Resilience in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Maryland (USA) (expert witness Grenfell High Rise Incident.)
Topic: Hazard and Risk perspectives and their practical implications on response. Matching the science to the practice, and the engineering to the response profession organizations and legislation.
Steve Hamblen. A view from the Line, Translating policy and strategy to execute at the line, environmental impacts management Deepwater Horizon Varadendra Koti, TBC Group Head, S&OR-Fire Reliance Industries Ltd.
Topic: Butcher Island Tank Fire Key incident timeline and profile, firefighting with foam under complex logistical constraints
Brad Byczynski, BP Global Response Manager and BP Incident commander/Deputy Incident Commander Deepwater Horizon.
Topic: Deepwater Horizon, operational realities during response. A perspective from the industrial/corporate responder. A complimentary presentation to Admiral Allen, from the BP Incident Commander for Deepwater Horizon.
Garry Mcfadden, ERM Emergency Management consultants South Africa
Topic: Proactive fire protection design of new construction, and constraints of retro fitting of aging facilities in High Hazard industry, Applying technologies, and response philosophies to reduce risk during the life of an asset. (Consequences to response of extending service life of aging assets).
Eric LaVergne, Business Development Manager, Johnson Controls / Williams Fire & Hazard Control Products & Services
Topic: Fire Ground Logistics For Major Storage Tank Events
Niall Ramsden, ENRG Lastfire
Topic: Results of Lastfire’s recent testing and next phases of Lastfire testing programs of PFAS and Fluorine Free Foams
Pine Pienaar, JOIFF Director & Chief Fire Officer (Rtd.) Sasol Secunda Fulcrum Consultants
Topic: Modernising industrial fire departments, keeping current. Theory and practice.
Kevin Westwood JOIFF Director of Engineering and Technology, BP Group Fire Advisor
Topic: Drones in current use and application. Practical utilization and live link field demonstration.
Gaining JOIFF credentialling for emergency responders from a multi-disciplined team.
Jeroen Konijnenberg and Raymond Bras
Delivering a world class Public Private Partnership, emergency Response Service Meeting today and tomorrows challenges. Practical lessons learned.
Case Study from largest single wildland fire event in recent US history. Managing across organisational authority boundaries, the art of logistics management.