Determining Group Numbers under C1.10 and Testing Regimes
A Webinar Training Event on the requirements of Specification C1.10 and specifically group numbers.
Performance Requirement CP4 provides for tenable conditions during occupant evacuation. This requires internal linings, materials and assemblies to resist the spread of fire and limit smoke, heat and toxic gases within a class 2 to 9 building to allow for the safe evacuation of building occupants.
Clause C1.10 sets out deemed to satisfy pathways relevant to CP4.
This training event will explain the DTS pathway detailing the range of test methods; application; and determining group numbers, what to consider when applying group numbers, and how they are determined using AS5637.1.
The relevance and transition process for AS1530 Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 will also be covered during this webinar.
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Alex is Group Leader of the Victoria team which provides a wide ranges of consulting and testing services to the Infrastructure and construction sector from acoustics to durability. Fire safety is his passion with over 24 years experience in the fire safety industry working in a range of areas. He has a wealth of qualifications and technical skills in flammability of materials, facade fire safety, fire testing, rail safety, bushfire protection , fire dynamics, egress human behaviour in fire.
He is a Registered Building Practitioner (EF) in Victoria, C10 Accredited Certifier, Fire Safety Engineering in NSW, a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ) and Fire Safety Engineer in Malaysia. Alex has lead fire engineering design and implementation across a diverse range of building and infrastructure projects: high rise, commercial, residential, retail, multi – purpose complexes, airports, passenger trains, underground rail transport systems, rail and road tunnels.
Keith is a Structural Engineer and currently Team Leader of Fire Assessments with CSIRO Infrastructure Technology North Ryde. I possess 29 years of experience in a wide range of industry roles including consulting, design, new product development, standardisation, testing and development of test methods. I am presently focussed on fire testing and assessments however areas of interest and expertise include structural steel, timber and concrete elements, their connections, barriers, penetrations and doorsets. I have experience in materials testing, fire resistance, smoke and bushfire testing.
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