IFE Australia Conference and the largest ever AFAC conference and exhibition to take place in Melbourne

Australasia’s largest and most comprehensive IFE/AFAC and emergency management conference and exhibition will reach new heights with AFAC19 powered by INTERSCHUTZ promising to be the largest yet.

Please don’t forget to ensure you register through the IFE Conference to get your CPD points by clicking on the IFE Conference selection on the Welcome to the AFAC19 Registration Page. This also entitles you to visit the exhibition and AFAC Conference.
To Register Click: https://hannoverfairs.eventsair.com/afac19/registration-pdp—afac19

Taking place on the 27-30 August at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, the exhibition will be the largest in the event’s history, with over 12,000 sqm of gross floorspace, a third bigger than the record breaking 2017 Sydney exhibition.

The host agencies for 2019 are Country Fire Authority, Emergency Management Victoria, Forest Fire Management Victoria – Department of Environment Land Water and Planning, Metropolitan Fire and Emergency Services Board, Parks Victoria and the Victoria State Emergency Service.

Over 3,500 attendees are expected to participate in AFAC19 which will start with the Bushfire & Natural Hazards CRC Research Forum on day one. Days two and three will feature the multi-streamed AFAC Conference, which includes the Australian Disaster Resilience Conference.

The trade exhibition will showcase 200 global emergency management equipment and solutions providers. Equipment on display ranges from vehicles, pumps and engines through to PPE, communications and technology solutions and then on to solutions as diverse as disaster relief equipment and drone technology. The exhibition will also feature practical live demonstrations and educational sessions.

This year we pleased to announce that IFE – The Institution of Fire Engineers Australia, the qualifying organisation and learned society of fire engineering, firefighting and fire safety professionals will co-locate their IFE National Conference. Delivering further diversity of industry attendees, Fire Safety, Protection and Prevention Engineers. The evenings of AFAC19 will feature networking events including the spectacular AFAC Gala Dinner, which regularly attracts over 1,000 attendees.

University of Queensland External Fire Spread course

Continuing Professional Development Course: ‘External Fire Spread Risk in Tall Building Design’

The purpose of this course is to provide practising engineers with the specialist knowledge to address the fire safety strategy of buildings and understand the implications of using cladding products capable of supporting external flame spread. The provision of design solutions for buildings requires competent fire engineers with the understanding of the key fundamental processes regarding the fire safety strategy, cladding design, and the interactions between the cladding of a façade and the building in the event of a fire.

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