Lunchtime Webinar | The “Design-Case Fire” Approach to Evaluating and Solving Fire Protection Needs - David Black, BakerRiskAdd to Calendar
|TITLE:||The “Design-Case Fire” Approach to Evaluating and Solving Fire Protection Needs|
|SPEAKER:||David Black, BakerRisk|
|DURATION:||1 hour (45 min + Q&A)|
|TIME:||13.00 to 14.00 (BST)|
|ABSTRACT:||This webinar will discuss fire protection as an engineering problem and pose methods and solutions that combine qualitative best practice knowledge with quantitative fire modeling to provide a full picture of the fire protection and emergency response needs. All engineering solutions start with a reasonable and accurate definition of the problem to be solved. Fire protection and emergency response resourcing at the site level is often approached as “do whatever you can with whatever you have available”. That approach misses the opportunity to treat fire as a definable problem for which the proper suite of solutions can be designed to achieve the ultimate goal: keep the fire manageable and get it suppressed and extinguished as quickly and efficiently as possible, with minimal risk to responders or exposed personnel.|
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