28th October 2018

Welcome Drinks Reception Hosted by JOIFF & JCI

29th October 2018

Day One

Ageing Assets – Use Beyond Expected Life (Environmental Pressures, Global Warming, Cleaner Production, etc.)

08h30 – 08h45

Final registration

09h00 – 09h15

Safety Moment and general arrangements

09h05 – 09h35

Welcome address by JOIFF Chairman

09h35 – 10h15

Key Note Address

Prevention – Out Engineer – Inherently Safe Design

10h15 – 11h00

Dealing with and influencing ever-changing regulatory expectation and compliance in high hazard industry

Increased Regulatory expectation and compliance in high hazard industry

10h45 – 11h15

Networking & Comfort Break

11h30 – 12h45

Leveraging Probability and Consequence of Failure

 Quantifying and managing the safety risks associated with hazardous installations and processes to influence leadership decisions and ensure safe operations

12h45 – 13h45


13h45 – 14h30

Protection – Fixed protection with minimum human intervention

The role of The Fire Protection Specialist in Asset Assurrance

14h30 – 15h15

Preventative versus  Predictive versus  Proactive versus Reactive Maintenance

Inherently Safe Maintenance of active and passive fire protection systems – a reality or a myth?

15h15 -15h45

Networking & Comfort Break

15h15 -16h30

Use of new technology and engineering

New technologies in the fire service – are you on the cutting edge of relevant technology or are you a “blunt knife”?

116h30 – 17h00

Wrap-up of Day 1

19h00 – 22h00

JOIFF Hosted Evening Event at Henry J Beans Bar & Grill

30th October 2018

Day Two


Innovation; Application & Technology – Looking Forward From The Present

09h00 – 09h15

Safety Moment & General Arrangements

09h15 – 10h45

Keynote address

Preparedness – Fire Hazard Analysis, Credible Scenario development; Risk Assessments & Reduction Options

Pre-Planning for Emergencies – Process Safety Risk Identification: What is pre-emergency planning in practice – keeping it realistic.

10h45 – 11h15

Networking & Comfort Break

11h15 -11h40

Managing emergency incident handling through pre-emergency training- 3D; alternative environmental fuels; etc.

Competency of future Operational Responders

11h40 – 12h00

Training; Qualifications; Competencies and Accreditation

Competency of Operational Response Crew

12h00 – 12h45

Response – Implementation, Test & Exercise, Maintain & Review.  Training based on credible scenarios identified (not only fire service response, but also Operations/Maintenance response to make plants safe during incidents)

Industrial Emergency Services – Resources Planning and Justification.

12h45 – 13h30


14h15 – 15h00

Robotics; Drones

Practical Exercise

15h00 – 15h30

Networking & Comfort Break

15h30 – 16h15

Natural Disasters

Integrated response beyond the high hazard industry parameter

16h15 – 17h00

Shared Learning

Lessons Learned from Incidents in Middle East

17h00 – 17h15

Wrap Up and Closure