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Compliance Issues and Assessment Criteria - What to Look For?

26 July & 16 August 2017

Hosted by Department of Health and Human Services 


These sessions will focus on the implementation of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Capital Development Guideline Series 7, Fire Risk Management. This session is mandatory for FRM Accredited Practicioners to attend.


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Fire & Emergency Management Conference

4 - 7 September 2017

Hosted by the Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC), Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and Deutsche Messe, trading in Australia as Hannover Fairs Pty Ltd.


Held over four action-packed days AFAC17 powered by INTERSCHUTZ will attract delegates and visitors from emergency and security services agencies, all levels of government, non-government organisations, research and education institutions from Australia and world-wide.


The conference will feature three learning zones, the expo stage where live demonstrations are run by exhibitors to give attendees a real take-away knowledge of how emergency management provide solutions safely. For the 8th year the Knowledge Lounge gives delegates an opportunity to meet with speakers and experts in the sector to further discuss trends and research during the conference. 


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FireNZ 2017 Conference & Exhibition

11 - 13 October 2017

Hosted by the Fire Protection Association of New Zealand, the Society of Fire Protection Engineers NZ Chapter, and the Institution of Fire Engineers New Zealand Branch


The conference theme "The Beginning of a New Era" is an opportunity to look at how we do things in a fresh light and forge a better fire safe future for ourselves and the public we serve. The new Fire and Emergency Act, the wrapping up of the MBIE working groups on Alternative Solutions, VM2 tall buildings and supported housing for example will change the ways we do things and create new opportunities. 


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