Current Events

Colin Deiner explains the Western Cape fire-fighting strategy in the current water scarce climate. Wildfire response, recent fire disasters and learnings from Imizamo Yethu, the Swartland Hospital fire, and the Garden Route fire, as well as general strategic response and incident management. 

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Collin Deiner

John Cato, Executive Head of Policy Development at the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA), explained the registration process for all Fire Protection System Practitioners (FPSP). This process applies to those in the field of sprinklers, gas suppression and detection. This topic was particularly interesting to insurers since it means that the Engineering Council will now start regulating the field. Registrations will open in June for select categories. 

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Susan Walls of the South African Insurance Association (SAIA) digs deeper into how fires impact insurers and the accompanying socio-economic devastation that ensues within the communities affected.

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Susan Walls

Mr. Lenny Naidoo, Chief Fire Officer, of Engen Petroleum Company was gracious enough to present to the enthusiastic crowd at FPASA's annual InFIReS Seminar 2018 on the merits of using sea water for fire fighting. Engen has for many years perfected its state of the art sea water reticulation system dedicated to fire fighting.

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Trevor Williams unpacked the concerns of fire engineers when designing fire protection systems. In light of global warming and the corresponding negative impact on water availabilty, Trevor highlighted key focus areas from an engineers perspective. Download the presentation here. 

Trevor Williams

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Bookings are now closed. We look forward to hosting all who will be in attendance at the annual INSURER FIRE IMPACT REDUCTION STRATEGIES SEMINAR. 

This year's theme focuses on water scarcity and how insurers and building owners/ occupiers can mitigate the impact of water scarcity/ drought on their fire systems. 

We look forward to hosting you and engaging in deliberate knowledge sharing. 

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Fire Prevention starts with you!

The most effective way to protect yourself and your home or business from fire is to identify and remove fire hazards. Knowledge is the key to help in preventing fires. See the articles below on Fire Safety tips and see how you can protect yourself from the dangers of fire.

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