Join Jason Forrest, fire engineering consultant and Yomal Dias fire assessment engineer at Warringtonfire for a live webinar from 11 am – 12.30 pm AEDT on Tuesday, 19 July 2022.  Gain an insight into the benefits of engaging a multi-disciplinary team to achieve regulatory fire compliance for your construction projects.

Why should I attend?         

Our expert engineers will discuss how fire testing and technical assessments can be used to support the development of a performance solution or produce evidence of suitability. Learn how fire safety engineers can work with testing and assessment engineers to develop solutions to complex problems for alternative construction methods such as structural steel and mass timber. Hear examples of how a collaborative approach can help achieve your project objectives, saving you both time and money.

Who should attend?

This scope includes, but is not limited to, Architects, Builders, Developers, Specifiers, Building Surveyors, Certifiers, Councils, Emergency Services, particularly fire and rescue, fire safety engineers. 
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Our presenters

Jason Forrest, VIC manager – fire safety engineering

Jason Forrest is responsible for the operations of the Warringtonfire fire safety engineering Melbourne office. He has gained key experience in the application of international fire engineering standards through his work with Warringtonfire in the UK, the Middle East and Australia. He is experienced with all aspects of the fire engineering process, from stakeholder consultation at the concept stage to commissioning and approval at job completion.

Yomal Dias, senior fire assessment engineer

Yomal Dias is a senior fire assessment engineer with Warringtonfire. As part of Warringtonfire’s NATA accredited laboratory, he conducts structural and non-structural fire assessments of buildings and building components. He has a comprehensive understanding of Australian fire testing and assessment standards.

Yomal has developed structural fire engineering solutions for large buildings using finite element modelling and assessed the fire hazard properties of a range of building products.

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