The Association of Accredited Certifiers (AAC) will be holding an afternoon seminar on the 9th of December followed by drinks and canape’s to celebrate the festive season.
The first of two topics being covered is the new ‘Fire Safety Verification Methods’ which will become an option for compliance in May 2020. The presentation will include a brief history of the FSVM, its structure and usage, the design cases reviewed by SFS, and the impacts of the FSVM on the design of fire safety strategies. Mathew Freeman, our Melbourne Branch Manager and active SFS member, has been working closely within the SFS working group testing the limits of the FSVM and will be sharing his knowledge as one of the presenters for this topic.
The second topic, ‘Redefining Performance Requirements’, will discuss the intent of Performance Requirements, highlight key issues with current Performance Requirements, and present the process undertaken by SFS in developing a proposal for consolidated quantified Performance Requirements. Sarnia Rusbridge, Project Director in our Sydney office and a fire engineer for over 20 years, will be sharing her expertise as one of the presenters for this topic. Sarnia has been co-chairing the work of quantifying the performance requirements in relation to fire safety.
2:30 pm start followed by
Seminar 3:00 – 5:00pm
Drinks and Canapes 5:00 – 6:00 pm
The Gold Room, L’Aqua
Rooftop Level, Cockle Bay Wharf
$120 AAC members
$90 AAC Student Members
There are limited seats available so get your registration for the seminar in early by visiting this link. Registration closes at 5:00 pm 5th December.