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Advances in fire & explosion engineering in the past 25 years since Piper Alpha

Author : Guillaume Vannier, Project Manager FABIG

28 January 2014

This presentation from the Fire And Blast Information Group (FABIG) will review what has changed in fire & explosion engineering over the past 25 years since the Piper Alpha disaster.

**This paper will be presented at HazardEx 2014, contact us for details of the available delegate packages & offers** 
HazardEx 2014 Conference & Exhibition
HazardEx 2014 Conference & Exhibition

Guillaume is a Principal Engineer within the Major Hazards and Safety Engineering division of the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) and Project Manager for the Fire And Blast Information Group (FABIG). He joined SCI in 2005 for the development of an audit tool for integrity management of safety critical elements on offshore installations and became FABIG Project Manager in 2007 (FABIG is managed by SCI). In addition to running the FABIG activities, he has been looking after a wide range of civil engineering, software engineering and IT projects, including European research projects.

Guillaume Vannier will be speaking at HazardEx 2014
Guillaume Vannier will be speaking at HazardEx 2014


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