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    After Grenfell - Fire Safety Seminar


    A Seminar sponsored jointly by Claremont Consulting & MDM Publishing Ltd.

    Tuesday 17th July 2018

    Royal Air Force Club, 128 Piccadilly, London, W1J 7PY

    This is an invitation-only seminar, please contact info@claremonconsulting.com if you would like an invite or for more details. 


    0830   Coffee and Registration.

    0900   Keynote Address: A View on the Hackett Report into Building Regulations and Fire Safety.

    Brian Robinson, CBE, QFSM,  OStJ,  FIFireE
    Former Commissioner and Chief Executive of the London Fire Brigade
    President of the Fire Sector Federation (FSF)

    0930  Lessons from the Grenfell Tower Fire - the Missed Opportunities.

    Stewart Kidd, MA, MSc, FIFireE, FIFSM, FSyI, FSA(Scot), CPP
    Former Secretary General, British Automatic Fire Sprinkler Association (BAFSA)

    1000   The Importance of Fire Engineering Qualifications & Accreditations.

    Gary Daniels, BSc(Hon), MPhil, CEng, AIFireE, PMSFPE
    Board Member of The Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE)

    Associate Director, Hoare Lee

    1030  Coffee Break.

    1100  Benefits of Blue Light Collaboration: The Hampshire Experience.

    Rob Cole, Head of Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service Community Safety

    1130  Understanding the Implications of Framing and Blame Gaming in Grenfell.

    Professor Lee Miles, PhD, Professor of Crisis and Disaster Management, Bournemouth University Disaster Management Centre (BUDMC)

    1200   An Industry View of Advanced Fire Safety Technology.

    Dr. Carl Hunter,  BA (Dunelm), Hon.DSc, FRINA, AFNI, MRAes
    CEO and Managing Director, Coltraco Electronics Ltd 

    1230  Speakers Forum and Points from the Floor.

    1300  Close and Buffet Lunch in the Churchill Room and Bar.

    This Seminar at the RAF Club takes place in the centenary year of the Royal Air Force. 128 Piccadilly is the London home of the RAF and is adjacent to the impressive World War II Bomber Command Memorial. Throughout the RAF Club are striking examples of aviation artwork across 100 years commemorating aircrew, and innovative aircraft design. A unique RAF Squadron Badge corridor with air space Battle Honours are amongst other features.