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Conference & Workshop

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Conference Programme
DAY 1
TIME (HR)
EVENT
0800
Registration and Opening Address
0930
Keynote Address 1 for FiSAC
1000
Tea Break and Tour of Exhibition
1100
Sharing on Paper 1
1130
Sharing on Paper 2
1200
Sharing on Paper 3
1230
Panel Discussion
1300
Lunch Reception
1400
Keynote Address 2 for FiSAC
1430
Sharing on Paper 4
1500
Sharing on Paper 5
1530
Panel Discussion
1600
Tea Break
1630
End of Conference Day 1
1900
Gala Dinner
TIME (hr)
EVENT
0800Registration and Opening Address
0930Keynote Address 1 for FiSAC
1000Tea Break and Tour of Exhibition
1100Sharing on Paper 1
1130Sharing on Paper 2
1200Sharing on Paper 3
1230Panel Discussion
1300Lunch Reception
1400Keynote Address 2 for FiSAC
1430Sharing on Paper 4
1500Sharing on Paper 5
1530Panel Discussion
1600Tea Break
1630End of Conference Day 1
1900Gala Dinner
DAY 2
TIME (HR)
EVENT
0900
Keynote 3 for FiSAC
0930
Sharing on Paper 6
1000
Tea Break
1030
Sharing on Paper 7
1100
Sharing on Paper 8
1130
Sharing on Paper 9
1200
Panel Discussion
1230
Lunch Reception
1400
Sharing on Paper 11
1430
Sharing on Paper 12
1500
Panel Discussion
1530
Tea Break
1600
Closing Remarks
1615
End of Day 2
TIME (hr)
EVENT
0900Keynote 3 for FiSAC
0930Sharing on Paper 6
1000Tea Break
1030Sharing on Paper 7
1100Sharing on Paper 8
1130Sharing on Paper 9
1200Panel Discussion
1230Lunch Reception
1400Sharing on Paper 11
1430Sharing on Paper 12
1500Panel Discussion
1530Tea Break
1600Closing Remarks
1615End of Day 2

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Workshop Programme
18 November 2022, Friday
0900hrs - 1400hrs
Organised by IFE Singapore, FSMAS, and A-CERTS, three Half-day Workshops will be conducted concurrently covering different aspects of fire safety.
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Keynote Speakers

Mr Emanuel Psaila

  1. Malta
  2. Permanent Secretary of Home Affairs, Security, Reforms & Equality

Dato Sri Ts Mohammad Hamdan Bin Hj. Wahid

  1. Director General – Fire and Rescue Dept of Malaysia
  2. Topic: Emerging Challenges in Fire Safety

Professor Grunde Jomaas

  1. ERA Chair and Head of Dept for Fire-Safe Sustainable Built Environments
  2. Topic: Fire Safety for Photovoltaic (PV) Installations

Mr Emanuel Psaila

  1. Permanent Secretary of Home Affairs, Security, Reforms & Equality
  2. Malta

Dato Sri Ts Mohammad Hamdan Bin Hj. Wahid

  1. Director General – Fire and Rescue Dept of Malaysia
  2. Emerging Challenges in Fire Safety

Professor Grunde Jomaas

  1. ERA Chair and Head of Dept for Fire-Safe Sustainable Built Environments
  2. Fire Safety for Photovoltaic (PV) Installations
Session Speakers

DC Ling Young Ern

Deputy Comr, Future Tech and Public Safety, SCDF

Topic: Operation Response - Ops-Tech Capabilities for Emergency Response

Paris Fire Brigade

BSPP

Topic: Operation Response - Evolution of Emergency Response With case study on Notre-Dame de Paris Fire

Dr. Ricky Carvel

University of Edinburgh

Topic: Infrastructural Fire Safety - Tunnel Fire Safety

Mr Sean DeCrane

UL

Topic: Sustainability & Environment Fire Safety - The Importance of Standardised Testing

Mr Jiang Fenghui

FM Global

Topic: Sustainability & Environment Fire Safety - Fire Protection Solutions for Energy Storage Systems (ESS)

Mr Jimmy Jönsson

President-Elect, Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE)

Topic: Sustainability & Environment Fire Safety - Application of Fire Engineering Approach for Alternative Energy & Sustainable Buildings

Mr Victor Ho

Principal for HiLT Pte Ltd

Topic: Innovative Fire Safety Design - A comparative study on performance between sprinklers and water mist for cellulosic fire – A Singapore case study

Mr Peter Stephenson

Warrington Fire

Topic: Innovative Fire Safety Design - Fire safety designs for external façade and claddings

Mr Jim Tan Yew Yaw

Xcube Solutions

Topic: Innovative Fire Safety Design - Sustainable Fire Safety Design using Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Mr Keith L. Wen

City of New York Department of Buildings, Technical Affairs

Topic: Innovative Fire Safety Design - Fire and Safety Consideration for Timber Construction in a Densely Populated City

* Subject to changes