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13.3.2016 - Tunnels Safety & Fire Protection 7-8 April 2016 Amsterdam Netherlands


TUNNELS SAFETY & FIRE PROTECTION

7 - 8 April, 2016 Crown Plaza South,

Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

SPEAKERS ON BOARD

EXHIBITOR

MEDIA PARTNERS

HENRIK F. NIELSEN

DENMARK

OHS MANAGER – FIRE & RESCUEMETROSELSKABET

&

METROPOLITAN TRAMWAY

COPENHAGEN,

LESLIE FIELDING

UK

TUNNEL SAFETY AND

FIRE SAFETY CONSULTANTLONDON

BRIDGE ASSOCIATES LTD,

ARILD PETTER SOVIK

NORWAY

SENIOR PRINCIPAL ENGINEERNORWEGIAN

PUBLIC ROADS

ADMINISTRATION,

ENDORSED BY:

PLATINUM SPONSOR

TONY LEMAIRE

SENIOR PROJECT LEADEREFECTIS,

NETHERLANDS

DR FATHI TARADA

UK

MANAGING DIRECTORMOSEN

LTD,

PRESIDENT-APICI, SPAIN

AURELIO ROJO

CHAIRMAN - RIFA, UK

TONY CASH

NATALIA PEREIRA

BRAZIL

MECHANICAL ENGINEERMETRORIO,

TUNNEL PSYCHOLOGY,

FIRE SAFETY & EGRESS

GUNNAR JENSSEN

NORWAY

ANDRE CARVALHO

BRAZIL

MECHANICAL ENGINEERMETRORIO,

GUILLAUME LEROY

FIRE SAFETY EXPERTINERIS,

FRANCE

JOSE MANUEL MARCOS

SPAIN

INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR

MERCOR,

GRAHAM GREEN

RAIL TUNNEL AND FIRE

SAFETY CONSULTANT -

LONDON BRIDGE ASSOCIATES, UK

MARKUS VOGT

WITZERLAND

HEAD CONSULTINGINTERNATIONAL

FIRE ACADEMY,

DAVID DEN BOER

NETHERLANDS

DIRECTOR- PEUTZ, DUTCH

ASSOCIATION OF FIRE SAFETY

CONSULTANTS (VVBA)

MAURI MAKIAH

FINLAND

O

PROJECT MANAGERFINNISH

TRANSPORT AGENCY

JENS CLASSEN

DIRECTOR OF MECHANIZED

TUNNELLING DEPARTMENTTOTO

SPA COSTRUZIONI, ITALY

DEMETRIS CONSTANTINOU

DR NICOLE HOFFMANN

FIRE SAFETY STRATEGIST – FIRE CUBED LLP

AND MOSEN LTD, UK

HENRIK JOHANSSON

Business Development Manager

Tyco Fire Protection Products , Sweden

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

MANAGER, FIRE PRO SYSTEMS,

CYPRUS

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OUR SPEAKERS

TONY CASH

Tony Cash is International President of the Rail Industry Fire Association. A Fire, Safety and Emergency Planning Specialist

with considerable experience of a broad range of safety regulatory activities gained from over 30 years’ experience of

public transport, chemical, pharmaceutical, military and aviation industries, his accomplishments include the management,

development and maintenance of requirements related to safety management systems, aircraft crash, re and

rescue emergency & contingency planning, research & development, safety analysis and investigations. Signicant

projects that Tony has been involved with include the design, supply, installation and commissioning of water supplies

for reghting in the Channel Tunnel, the Jubilee Line extension, Piccadilly Line extension and arrangements to secure

the safety of many International Airports and passenger terminals. Tony is a Chartered Chemist (Fellow of the Royal Society), a European

Chemist and a Fellow of Institution of Fire Engineers and a member of the British Standards Institute and NFPA International.

Aurelio Rojo, PhD Electrical Engineer, has developed his professional career in the Railway sector, particularly in Metro

of Madrid, where his led of expertise became related to re protection and safety management aspects. Since 2009 he

has and continues to be the President of APICI, Spanish Fire Protection Engineering Association. As Director of Operations

for Metro Madrid, he was responsible for the development of the Safety and Security Programs in a network of

300km and 350 stations, mostly underground between 1994-200 is currently is Co-Director of the Masters in Fire

Protection Engineering and professor on the Railway Masters at the School of Engineering of the Pontical University of

Comillas in Madrid, Spain, where he has had the opportunity to deal with complex conceptual models that need to be contemplated in the

design and then in operation of metro systems with high levels of safety and security.

AURELIO ROJO

The International Fire Academy is Europe‘s leading re academy for instruction and training in underground transportation

facilities. An expert team delivers the Swiss tunnel training in the heart of Switzerland, a country known for its

manytunnels, using a training concept that has been specially developed for the purpose and which enjoys extensive

support. At the heart of the re academy are two unique, gas-red tunnel exercise facilities in the Swiss towns of

Balsthal and Lungern, in which students can be deployed and trained on a 1:1 basis. Previous positions: Head Maintenance

and Technique, PRIMUS AG March 2004 – December 2008, Binningen, Switzerland Responsible for 55 employees,

which make service and maintenance on re extinguishers around Switzerland. Additional was Markus Vogt part of

development about technic and extinguishing agent, new products or improvement existing products.

Head of Safety and Security, Local Government Allschwil May 2000 – March 2004, Allschwil, Switzerland As head of Safety and Security in the

local government of Allschwil (20’000 habitants), Markus Vogt was responsible for the re brigade, the local civil defence and the administration

of military service. Instructor Civil Defence, Civil Defence Organisation City of Basel March 1994 – September 2001, Basel, Switzerland.

Engineer Mainframe Computer, IBM Basel June 1985 – March 1994, Basel, Switzerland Swiss Military Service, Education as Ocer July 1983 –

June 1985 , Education as Mechanic, BBC Münchenstein August 1979 – June 1983, Basel, Switzerland.

MARKUS VOGT

DR NICOLE HOFFMANN

Nicole is a Partner of Fire3 llp and the Director of Fire Safety Engineering at Mosen Ltd. She has been involved with the

re safety industry for 30 years, and has been involved in developing re strategies mainly for the transport industry,

ranging from such projects as the King's Cross LU station, Crossrail, HS2, the 2nd Avenue Subway in New York and the

high speed rail tunnel in Hong Kong. Nicole is a Chartered Fire Engineer and a Fellow of the Institute of Fire Engineers;

as well as a Chartered Mathematician. She is a committee member of the Rail Industry Fire Association (RIFA) and leads

the working group looking into rolling stock re size. She is also a member of the World Road Association and its

Working Group 3 - Human Factors for Road Tunnel Safety.

Ÿ Speakers from over 10 dierent countries Ÿ 20+ industry

expert keynote presentations

Ÿ 80 + Tunnel professionals attending

Ÿ Real life case studies

Ÿ Interactive sessions with industry leaders

Ÿ Explore re protection for Metro/Road/Railway Tunnels

Ÿ Engage and learn the dierence between Normal Fire

Fighting & Tunnel Fire Fighting

Ÿ Update on the latest PIARC guidance

Ÿ Focused Panel Discussions

Ÿ More than 5 hours of networking

KEY BENEFITS

OUR SPEAKERS

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David den Boer is director of Peutz BV and consultant in the eld of re safety engineering, tunnel ventilation and

Computational Fluid Dynamics. David is involved in the design of safety concepts for a variety of buildings and

infrastructure and more specic the design of smoke extraction systems in tunnels. An important contribution was made

to the renovation projects of the metro systems in Rotterdam and Amsterdam where in commission of the national

government a safety framework was developed. David is secretary of the board of the Dutch Association of Fire Safety

Consultants.

DAVID DEN BOER

JOSE MANUEL MARCOS

Jose Manuel Marcos is Director of the International Division and head of customer service and project development at

Mercor Tecresa. He is in charge of conducting projects in Europe, Middle East, Hong Kong, Singapore, Latin America and

North Africa. He is an expert in the eld of re protection on general building construction, public works and infrastructure,

as well as on buildings requiring protection under hydrocarbon res, such as tunnels and the petrochemical

industry. The most recent structural re protection projects that Jose has been involved with include the International

Conference Centre of Algiers in Algeria, the Marina Coastal Expressway 482 Tunnel in Singapore and the Al Salam Street

Tunnel in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

GUNNAR JENSSEN

to tunnel re in EU project UPTUN and for the Accident Investigation Board Norway on in-depth interviews of road users trapped in the

Gudvanga tunnel re 2013. He was appointed expert on Tunnel Safety and Egress (US – ASHTOO 2007)and was recently consultant to Texas

Transportation on R&D on Emergency Exit Signs & Systems in the revision of guidelines for US Highways. He is currently involved in a 3 year

project on underground development in Singapore Psychology & Fire Safety and consultancy on the world's longest twin tube sub-sea tunnel

Rogfast 26.5 km

Dr. Jenssen's goal is to use knowledge of underground psychology , driving behavior and re emergency behavior to

improve Road Safety, Comfort of driving and Quality of Life. As project manager for special safety measures in the

world's longest single tube tunnel (Lærdal 24.5km) and the world's longest twin tube tunnel (Qinling

mountain 2x18 km) in China. From 2013 -2015, His work on the special artistic lighting in the Lærdal tunnel was awarded

with the Norwegian Lighting Award (2001) and the Nordic Lighting Award (2002). He has worked on Human response

to tunnel re in EU project UPTUN and for the Accident Investigation Board Norway on in-depth interviews of road users

LES FIELDING

Until November 2015 Les represented the UK on the WRA (PIARC) International Technical Committee C3.3 Road Tunnel Operation, Chairing the

Fire Safety Working Group reporting to the Committee.

Following a career in the Fire Service, Les joined London Bridge Associates in 2005 providing practical knowledge of re

safety, emergency planning, dealing with re and understanding of re development. This knowledge has been applied

on tunnel schemes for A303 Stonehenge design, A3 Hindhead construction and operation,

Holmesdale, Bell Common tunnels refurbishments on the M25, Hateld tunnel on the A1, the A55 Tunnels North Wales

Tunnels, Transport for London Tunnels and the Ca Pass Tunnel design Vietnam. Also developing and providing training

tunnel for operational staV and coordinating emergency exercises at the Haivan tunnel in Vietnam.

In conjunction with the architects Weston Williamson, Graham has been involved in the design of 4 Crossrail re-ghting intervention shafts

including the production of the Stage F Fire Strategies and production of re risk assessments

Graham has almost 40 years of experience in re safety beginning in 1975 with his work as a deck hand on North Sea

trawlers and developed through his 30 year career with South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service which he completed in

2009. Graham is regularly called upon to carry out specialized re risk assessments, develop re strategies

and to advise on re safety compliance. More recently for Network Rail and Crossrail contractors Costain Skanska and

ATC on various projects such as the C610 t out strategy and both Bond St and Paddington Tube stations re emergency

plan evaluation and production of the site re risk assessment.

GRAHAM GREEN

OUR SPEAKERS

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Head engineer (at the administrative authority) for the management and development of the road tunnels in Norway

(tunnel manager for the Norwegian tunnels). Following up the responsibility to the administrative authority for tunnels

in all phases including early studies, planning, construction and the operation phase. System owner for

the operation and maintenance system in the NPRA. Working extensively with questions of how to build, operate,

maintain and manage in the future (research and development). Norwegian representative in the road tunnel safety

committee in the European Union, Directive 2004/54/EC on minimum safety requirements for tunnels. Chairman of WG3

"Operation and maintenance in Road tunnels", in The Nordic Road Association (NVF). And other network, advisory boards and committees.

Experience from both the client, the contractor, the consultant and the public road management side. Last 5 years in the Norwegian Public

Roads Administration (NPRA).

ARILD PETTER SOVIK

HENRIK F. NIELSEN

Fireghter since 1976, Master in Education and Development from Danish Education University 1982 Ocer in Danish

Emergency Management Agency 1982 Safety Manager Danish Electrical Agency 1986 Senior Fire Ocer Greve Municipality

1989 Fire Chief Stubbekobing Municipality 1999 Fire Chief Thule Air Base Greenland

Contingency Manager Danish Institute of Fire and Security Technology (DBI) 2004 Fire & Rescue Manager Metroselskabet

2011.

Ÿ Develop Emergency Plan and Crisis Management Plan

Ÿ Educate Management in Crisis and CORPORATION with Authorities

Ÿ Practical Training of Incident commander from Fire Brigade & Police

Ÿ Incident Commander and investigator by accident on several work sites

Ÿ Trac accident investigator

Ÿ Coordinator of "Best practice" - Lesson / Learn

Fluid Mechanics Engineer with twelve years of experience. In charge with dierent re safety studies for private

companies and authorities. During the last 5 years, two main activities:

Ÿ Modeling: 3D re simulation and development of methods in Fire Protection Engineering such as Coupling of re

development and

structural behavior for warehouses and in Design Fire such as a 2 step modeling method to simulate vehicle re in

conned space.

Ÿ Experiments: large scale experimental campaigns such as 800 m² warehouse re or 25 m² heptanes pool re.

GUILLAUME LEROY

TONY LEMAIRE

Tony Lemaire is a specialist in modeling and simulation of re and smoke spread, including smoke ventilation. He has

been involved in several large (European) Research Projects with regard to Fire Safety in Tunnels (UPTUN), External

Flaming and Integration of CFD codes with FEA codes. He is a member of CEN/TC127/WG8 “Fire Safety Engineering”.

After his study in Applied Physics, Tony acquired 16 years expertise in developing and using CFD software as HVAC

consultant and researcher. From 2000 on he specialized in modeling of res in enclosures, for example tunnels, car parks

and underground spaces. As a consultant at Efectis he contributed to the design of smoke ventilation systems in a

number of road and rail tunnels, including four tunnels of the Dutch High Speed Line.

Demetris Constantinou studied Business Administration and Mechanical Engineering with focus on Fluid

Mechanics and Transport Processes. His work experience includes positions In Engineering Design, Project

Management and Business Development Management in Water & Waterwater Engineering, Renewable

Energy, Construction and Fire Safety. Currently he is Business Development Manager for FirePro Systems -

Manufacturer of FirePro Condensed Aerosol Fire Suppression Systems.

DEMETRIS CONSTANTINOU

DR FATHI TARADA

Dr Fathi Tarada is the founder and managing director of Mosen Ltd, and the chief executive of Haerter Ltd, a subsidiary

of Mosen Ltd. He is a leading expert in re safety engineering, tunnel ventilation and Computational Fluid Dynamics,

with design, review and operations experience in buildings and infrastructure worldwide. He is the inventor of the

energy-ecient- MoJet® tunnel ventilation system, and has submitted a dozen patent applications in the eld of

mechanical engineering.Fathi is the Secretary of the World Road Association (PIARC) Technical Committee on Tunnel

Operations, an international body which sets standards for tunnel operations and safety.

OUR SPEAKERS

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Tunnel: Safety & Fire Protection

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Working history, more than 25 years as a Civil Servant ocer and infrastructure expert :

Ÿ From 2011 Senior Ocer in Finnish Transport Agency’s investment unit

Ÿ From 2005 Civil Servant in the Finnish Public Roads Administration in Häme district and in the Centre for Economic

Development, Transport and the Environment, Pirkanmaa region

Ÿ From 2002 Civil Servant as an designer and road inspector in city of Valkeakoski

Ÿ From 1995 Civil Servant as an designer ocer in city of Loviisa

Ÿ From 1988 Structural Designer and supervisor in the private sectors engineering oce

My work experience includes various infrastructure projects, such as bridge and road projects, water supply systems and port engineering

structures. Mostly as a project owner and tasks are related to the administration and project management.

Also I have been participating some development works nationally and internationally. I am a member of the Nordic Road Associations

strategic planning and road structure divisions and just recently I was asked to join also the road tunnel division.

MAURI MAKIAHO

NATALIA PEREIRA

Mechanical engineer with over seven years' experience, responsible for supervision and execution of ventilation and

others auxiliary systems at MetroRio. Currently responsible for design validation, project executing, equipment testing

and commissioning for ventilation systems operation. Responsible for the project execution of ventilation

and mechanical systems in the construction of Uruguai Station, Rio de Janeiro's Metro Line 1 northbound extension

(2014), a project recipient of engineering awards for structural and technological development

ANDRE CARVALHO

Mechanical engineer with fteen years' experience, coordinator of a multi discipline engineers' team which executes

construction, P-way, equipment and mechanical systems' projects at MetroRio, Rio de Janeiro's Metro system

JENS CLASSEN

Jens Classen started his career at the Tunnelling Department of Company Züblin of Germany, where he soon

became a tunnel engineer working on job sites in Germany and abroad. In 2000 he became Chief TBM Manager for

a 9,4m Herrenknecht TBM when a Joint Venture including Züblin secured the contract for the southern lots of the

Loetschberg Base Tunnel in Switzerland, the rst of the many planned transalpine rail tunnels. In 2003 he

transferred to CSC Construction Company of Switzerland who was then a partner in the Joint Venture TAT, which

worked on the southern lots of the Gotthard Base Tunnel.

He became production manager for the lots Bodio and Faido, being responsible for the excavation, again using 2 Herrenknecht TBMs, and

parallel inner lining of 50km of running tunnels, as well as 90 cross passages and 4 crossover caverns. After 8 years on the project Jens Classen

left the site after the nal breakthrough and joined Herrenknecht (Switzerland) Ltd., the world leader in TBM manufacturing, as a consultant

for hard rock tunneling and site management. In this period he was also in charge of the Business Development for Mining and Hydropower

projects. In June of 2013 he joined TOTO General Contractors of Italy as Head of the Mechanized Tunnelling Department.

Tunnel: Safety & Fire Protection

TH DAY 1 | 7 APRIL, 2016

9.00

8.30 Registration and Tea

Opening remarks:

Abeed Rhemtulla, MD Enigma Group

9.10 Opening and Welcome Remarks by the

Chairperson

Tony Cash, Chairman

RIFA, UK

9.30 Keynote Speaker:

Aurelio Rojo, President

APICI, Spain

Fire Protection and Safety for Metro Tunnels

What have we learned from our past? Some best

practices

Ÿ Comparison: new & old metro systems Challenge

Ÿ How to deal with emergency situations?

Ÿ Investigating benets by using IT intelligent new

technologies and computer modelling

Ÿ What is the right way forward?

Dr Fathi Tarada, Managing Director

Mosen Ltd, UK

Sustainability and safety in tunnels.

Ÿ Latest PIARC guidance on sustainability in tunnels

Ÿ Balancing considerations regarding sustainable

operations and tunnel user safety

Ÿ Selection and operation of tunnel ventilation and

lighting for sustainability

Ÿ Financial impacts of sustainable approach (initial and

operating costs)

Case studies on safe and sustainable tunnels

10.00

10.30 Jose Manuel Marcos, Director International Division

Mercor, Spain

11.00 NETWORKING TEA - BREAK

11.30 Andrew Mckinlay Magic

11.40 Q & A sessions

Demetris Constantinou, Business Development

Manager, Fire Pro Systems, Cyprus

12.00

1.00 NETWORKING LUNCHEON

3.00

2.30

Dr Nicole Homann, Fire Safety Strategist

Ceng Cmath Firee Fima, UK

Fire Strategies

Ÿ Tunnels and their individuality

Ÿ The Strategic Plan

Ÿ The Tactics

12.30

2.00

Jens Classen, Director of Mechanized Tunnelling

Department

Toto Spa Costruzioni Generali, Italy

Operation, maintenance and safety procedures of the

longest 2-tube highway tunnel in Europe

Graham Green, Rail Tunnel Safety and Fire Safety

Consultant, UK

Fire safety issues encountered in the Fit Out Stage

Ÿ Underground Stations Interface Hoarding; Fire Safety

Requirements

Ÿ LFB requirements during Fit Out stage

Ÿ Fire-Fighting Intervention Shafts; re safety design

issues

Ÿ Tally Hut / Central Control / Electronic Monitoring of

contractor location

Ÿ Is it also for Evacuation &/or Ventilation?

3.45

4.45 Closing Remarks by Chairman

3.30 NETWORKINGTEA - BREAK

4.15 Roundtable Discussion on key topics

Markus Vogt, Head Consulting

International Fire Academy, Switzerland

Tactics and Education for Tunnel Incidents

Ÿ Dierence between“normal reghting” and tunnel

reghting

Ÿ Time: you can't win time but you can save time with

education, training, handling, system, tactic &

technique

Ÿ Communication

Henrik F. Nielsen, OHS Manager – Fire & Rescue

Metroselskabet & Metropolitant Tramway, Denmark

Planning of rescue scenario in tunnel – where do we

stop?

Ÿ How to make a Preperness plan for accident in tunnel.

Ÿ Special tunnel - special Equipment

Ÿ Train The Trainer - how to make a overview of

Fireghter Education

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Condensed Aerosol Fire Suppression Technology –

How it can help improve Fire Safety in Tunnels.

General requirements for passive re protection in tunnels

Applicable normative / protocols

Fire protection solutions developed by Mercor

Passive re protection in tunnels

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Tunnel: Safety & Fire Protection

TH DAY 2 | 8 APRIL, 2016

9.00

8.30 Registration and Tea

9.10

Opening and Welcome Remarks by the Chairperson

Tony Cash, Chairman

RIFA, UK

12.10

1.00 NETWORKING LUNCHEON

3.00

2.30

9.40 Mauri Makiaho, Project Manager

Finnish Transport Agency, Finalnd

Risk assessment and Road Tunnel safety

Ÿ The road tunnel and re safety solutions

Ÿ Risk assessment

Being prepared before traccic input

11.10

2.00

Tony Lemaire, Senior Project Leader

Efectis, Netherlands

Tunnel ventilation design optimization for real re

scenarios

Ÿ New developments in tunnel ventilation design

Ÿ Design and verication of pressurized smoke free

escape routes

Ÿ Eects of opening of escape doors on tenability

conditions

Ÿ Interaction of ventilation in two tubes

Ÿ In situ measurements of pressure proles and smoke

propagation to escape routes

4.40 Closing Remarks by Chairman

10.10 Speaker Vendor

10.40 NETWORKING TEA - BREAK

11.40

Guillaume Leroy, Fire Safety Expert

Ineris, France

Ÿ Design re in tunnel

Ÿ Energy carrier under investigation

Ÿ Impact of energy carrier on design re

3.30

12.40 Q & A sessions

4.00

3.45 Andrew Mckinlay Magic

Panel Discussions

4.50 Please take 5 minutes to ll out the feedback forms

provided as part of the conference pack.

Arild Petter Sovik, Senior Principal Engineer

Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Norway

Actions undertaken in Norway after four mayor

incidents in long single tube tunnels

Ÿ Experience with the recent tunnel res in Norway

Ÿ Strategy and measures for the vulnerable tunnels –

long single tube tunnels

Ÿ Upgrades in Norwegian tunnels (800 – 1000 mill. EUR)

Ÿ Expectations to the industry

Keynote Speaker:

David den Boer, Director

Dutch Association of Fire Safety Consultants, Netherlands

Ÿ Simulation of smoke transport. Reliability and acceptance

of CFD calculations

Ÿ Smoke transport and smoke control

Ÿ Design of smoke extraction systems

Ÿ Quality and reliability of CFD simulations

Ÿ Development of best practises

Natalia Pereira & Andre Carvalho

Mechanical Engineers, Metrorio, Brazil

Ÿ How does the ventilation system work?

Ÿ Environmental and project challenges with civil

restrictions during line extension implementation

Ÿ Interface problems related to others systems and

lessons learned

Ÿ System commissioning and technical accepting

process

CASE STUDY: Primary Fan System in existing tunnel

for safety, comfort and re control.

Gunnar Jenssen, Tunnel Psychology

Fire Safety & Egress, Norway

Fire Safety in long tunnels –beyond current

guidelines

Ÿ Self-evacuation,

Ÿ Emergency evacuation signs and systems

Case studies

Les Fielding, Tunnel Safety & Fire Safety Consultant

London Bridge Associates Ltd, UK

PIARC 2015 FFFS in Road Tunnels Current Practice

and Recommendations

Ÿ Types of FFFS

Ÿ Design factors and considerations

Ÿ Maintenance and testing

Ÿ Research and analysis

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