30th September 201914:00 - 18:00
47-58 Bastwick Street, London
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John Muir is Technical Manager of the Construction Fixings Association. He is a graduate civil engineer who worked for a large civil engineering contractor for 10 years, a specialist structural repair contractor for five years, and spent the next 25 years working for Hilti (G.B. Ltd). Here, he worked on the design and specification of anchors and other engineered products.
All levels of engineer involved in the construction process using safety critical anchors. This includes those directly responsible for designing anchor applications, as well as those responsible for the consequences of failure of such systems.
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Blast resilience and resistance training
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