Society of Fire Safety New South Wales

The New South Wales branch of the SFS.

Committee

Chapter Chair

Edmund Ang

Deputy Chair Xijuan Liu
Secretary Tom Newton
Committee Members

Atul Bhargava

  Jamie Vistnes
  Alan Wilson
  Derya Horasan
  Peter Gardner
  Edmund Ang
  Daniel Levy
  Douglas White
  Sarnia Rusbridge
  Jaimee Bo Ram Choi
  Daniel Bonatti
  Amer Magrabi
  Tom Newton
  Abdel Alsanie
  Andrew Addinsell
  Wallace Zhong
  Nate Lobel
  Kevin Boyle
  Xijuan Liu
Life Members Vivek Apte
  Stephen Grubits
  Carlos Quaglia
  David Boverman

 

 

2019 Events

13 November 2019 

Fire Safety Engineering and Contractural Risk Management in NSW – The Lacrosse Aftershocks flyer

 

20 February 2019

Fire brigade operations, and fire brigade policies

 

17 April 2019

Design for bushfire protection, and standard updates.

 

19 June 2019

Detailed fire safety design for timber buildings

 

21 August 2019

To be announced 

 

16 October 2019

Design of major infrastructure and fire safety engineering

 

4 December 2019

An update from Warren Centre FSE study, ethical behaviour for fire safety engineers and university research showcase

 

2018 Events

February

Fire Safety Upgrades

18 April

Combustible Cladding

20 June

Buildings with Unique Hazards

15 August

Caring for the Vulnerable

17 October

Smoke Hazard Management

5 December

SFS Practice Notes

 

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