Your Obligations as Asset Owners, Property/Facility Managers and Occupants
Fires can have a devastating toll on businesses and communities, with far-reaching impacts. Major fire incidents in the last few years (such as Grenfell Tower, Campbellfield factory, West Footscray warehouse) have stimulated significant activity and development of fire safety, essential safety measures, and emergency management legislative frameworks across Australia.
Join us for this webinar where our Fire Safety, Essential Safety Measures and Workplace Emergency Management specialists will host a panel discussion on the current fire safety legislative environment and trends across Australia and some of the pitfalls and challenges to applying robust approaches to fire safety. The panel will also discuss emergency management plans and the practical measures that asset owners, managers and building occupants can implement to effectively protect themselves and their businesses from fire risk.
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About Brad Paroz
Brad has professional qualifications in chemical engineering and fire safety engineering and has been involved in the field of structural fire safety for over 20 years. Brad, who is the Greencap Practice Manager PRA, joined Greencap in 2007 following 7 years in fire research and testing with the CSIRO, and has since then undertaken numerous fire safety/building code and WHS/public liability audits on commercial, retail, residential and industrial properties, as well as managing the delivery of geographically diverse property risk audit programs covering multiple regulatory jurisdictions.
Brad is an Accredited Fire Safety Practitioner under the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000.
About Dr Chong Chee Goh
As a Principal Consultant at Greencap, Chong Chee specialises in Fire, Risk Engineering & Compliance. He has been with Greencap for 17 years and has previously worked with BHP Steel, BHP Research and Centre of Environmental Safety and Risk Engineering (CESARE) at Victoria University. He has over 35 years of experience in industries including construction solutions and safety, fire engineering analysis, risk analysis and assessment, performance-based fire-safety engineering design, peer review of fire engineering design, product development and application of steel, concrete and composite materials in the building industry.
Chong Chee has conducted building fire safety/risk audits and compliance, ESM audits and full function fire tests for properties such as shopping centres, commercial, industrial and residential apartment buildings for asset owners and property/facilities managers. He has also conducted a vulnerability study of major infrastructure buildings subject to fire, including documenting and implementing Business Continuity Plan and Crisis Management for major shopping centre overseas.
About Adam Davenport
Adam Davenport has been involved in Workplace Emergency Management planning and training for over 10 years, first delivering training then progressing on to project management and account management. Adam has volunteered in the Rural Fire Services in NSW and QLD for 20 years and brings with him a wealth of Fire Management and Safety experience. He is currently the Second Officer of the Brisbane Region Headquarters Brigade RFSQ/QFES.
Adam’s a people person whose passions lie in emergency management and exceptional client service, making him a fantastic client relationship manager in this field. Adam works closely with clients to build meaningful relationships whilst ensuring regulatory compliance and safer workplaces.
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