A multimedia educational seminar, featuring:
• Industrial Explosion Fundamentals
• Typical Explosion Hazards
• Equipment at Risk
• Explosibility of Dusts
• Explosibility Testing
• Deflagrations vs. Detonations
• Applicable codes and standards
• Explosion Protection Options
• Explosion propagation concerns
•Guest Speaker: Jeff Mycroft, B.Sc., Regional Sales Manager - Ontario, Fike Canada, Inc.
Mr. Mycroft is a University of Laurentian Graduate with an Honours Bachelor Of Science Degree. With over 15 years of experience at Fike Canada, he is an expert in the field of explosion protection and experienced in the design and application of Explosion Protection Systems, as well as governing documents, including NFPA-68, NFPA-69, NFPA-61, NFPA-654, the Ontario Fire Code, and National Fire Code, (many of which have undergone significant revisions this past year). Jeff has been presenting educational seminars in the field of explosion sciences for years
DATE: Wednesday, 17 April 2013
TIME: 6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
LOCATION: S. Walter Stewart Public Library, 170 Memorial Park Ave., Toronto M4J 2K5
Via TTC: From Coxwell Station on Bloor-Danforth subway, take the O'Connor "70" or "70A" or "70B" bus NORTH to the third traffic light (Mortimer), then walk one block north and one block west.
Via Automobile: Limited free parking on north side of library, and on side streets.
COST : Free. Light Refreshments. Limited to 80 members plus guests.