12th International Congress Fire Safety & Science, 13 – 14 novembre 2019

Antincendio

Il 12° International Congress Fire Safety & Science è organizzato dall’IFV (Institute for Safety) e dal Foundation FSE Fellow, 13 – 14 novembre 2019. Saranno presentate le ricerche nazionali e internazionali degli ultimi anni nell’area della sicurezza antincendio e della lotta antincendio innovativa. Oltre alla ricerca sulla diffusione del fumo, abbiamo programmato altri interessanti sviluppi, risultati e approfondimenti nell’area dell’ingegneria della sicurezza antincendio e della lotta antincendio innovativa.  Il 12° International Congress Fire Safety & Science interessa coloro che lavorano nel settore privato o pubblico e sono impegnati nell’ingegneria della sicurezza antincendio, nella gestione del rischio, nella prevenzione degli incendi, nella ricerca antincendio, nella lotta antincendio. Naturalmente tutti coloro che sono coinvolti nell’innovazione della costruzione e della sicurezza antincendio sono i benvenuti.

Ulteriori informazioni: https://www.ifv.nl/congressen/Paginas/Congres-Fire-Safety-and-Science-2019.aspx

Per registrarsi: https://mijn.ifv.nl/Form.aspx?PageId=0&GroupId=0&SubGroupId=1&LanguageCode=EN

Programma 13 novembre

09.30 – 10.00 hrs ​Registration
​10.00 – 10.10 hrs Welcome
René Hagen, professor Fire Prevention, Institute for Safety (the Netherlands)
English
10.10 – 10.20 hrs Opening
Anton Slofstra, Safety Region Gelderland-Midden (the Netherlands)
English 
​10.20 – 11.05 hrs Practical research on smoke spreadHans Hazebroek and Lieuwe de Witte, Fire Service Academy (the Netherlands)
English
​11.05 – 11.30 hrs ​Break
​11.30 – 12.15 hrs Fire and Pressure simulation as well as testing of fires in mechanical ventilated rooms
Patrick van Hees, Lund University (Sweden)
English
​12.15 – 13.00 hrs

​Findings and adopment of the Dame Hackit report ‘Building a Safer Future’ (Grenfell lessons)
Nick McCormack, Merseyside Fire Brigade (United Kingdom)
English
​13.00 – 13.45 hrs ​Lunch
​13.45 – 15.00 hrs Breakout sessions, round 1
1. Personal safety and human tenability in sprinklerd hospital
room fires

Simo Hostikka, Alto University (Finland) en Ruud van Herpen, Eindhoven University of Technology (the Netherlands)
First round: English
Second round: English
2. Cascademodel 3.0
Michael Bertels and Tom Hessels, Safety Region Brabant-Noord (the Netherlands)
First round: English
Second round: Dutch

3. PhD research: influencing behaviour of the eldery
Margo Karemaker, Fire Service Academy (the Netherlands)
First round: English
Second round: Dutch

4. Research and experiments on smoke explosions
Rudolf van Mierlo, DGMR and Rijk van den Dikkenberg, Fire Service Academy (the Netherlands)
First round: Dutch
Second round: English

5. Sprinkler installations
Chris Wojzek/Jaap de Vries, FM Global (United States of America)
First round: English
Second round: Dutch 

6. The link between prevention and suppression in residential buildings
Mike van der Linden, Eindhoven University of Technology and Ruud van Liempd, Fire Service Academy (the Netherlands)
First round: Dutch
Second round: English

​15.00 – 15.30 hrs ​Break
​15.30 – 16.45 hrs Breakout sessions, round 2
​16.45 – 17.15 hrs Co-operation between Fellow FSE Eindhoven University of Technology and the Fire Service Academy
Ruud van Herpen, Eindhoven University of Technology and Ricardo Weewer, Fire Service Academy (the Netherlands)
English
​16.45 – 17.45 hrs ​Networking drinks
​17.45 – 20.00 hrs ​Networking buffet (on registration)

Programma 14 novembre

09.30 – 10.00 hrs ​Registration
​10.00 – 10.10 hrs Opening
Anton Slofstra, Safety Region Gelderland-Midden (the Netherlands)
English 
10.10 – 10.55 hrs Energy transition and fire safety
Lotta Vylund, RISE (Sweden)
English
10.55 – 11.25 hrs Break
11.25 – 12.10 hrs Costs and benefits when building sustainable and fire-safe
Ruben van Colle, Gent University (Belgium)
English
​12.10 – 12.55 hrs IFV-VVBA Thesis Award: presentations by the three nominees and award ceremony for the 8th IFV-VVBA Thesis
Ricardo Weewer, chairman
English
12.55 – 13.45 hrs Lunch
13.45 – 15.00 hrs Breakout sessions, round 1

1. Results of the practical experiments on smoke spread:
the lessons for risk control
Ruud van Liempd, Fire Service Academy (the Netherlands)
First round: English
Second round: Dutch

2. Results of the practical experiments on smoke spread:
the lessons for fire fighting

Thijs Geertsema, Fire Service Academy (the Netherlands)
First round: Dutch
Second round: English

3. Declaring fires using Fire Safety Engeneering
Ruud van Herpen, Eindhoven University of Technology and Joost Ebus, Fire Service Academy (the Netherlands)
First round: Dutch
Second round: English

4. High rise reassurance campaign (Grenfell lessons)
Nick McCormack, Merseyside Fire Brigade (United Kingdom)
First round: English
Second round: English

5. Smoke spread control with SmokeStoppers – a mandatory task for the fire service
Michael Reick, Fire Service Göppingen (Germany)
First round: English
Second round: English

6. Solar panels and fire safety
Jens Kristensen, University of Edinburg (United Kingdom)
First round: English
Second round: English

15.00 – 15.30 hrs ​Break
15.30 – 16.45 hrs Breakout sessions, round 2
16.45 – 17.30 hrs Networking drinks

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