16 November 2021 - 30 November 202118:00 - 19:30 GMT
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16 November (18:00 - 19:30 GMT)
23 November (18:00 - 20:00 GMT)
30 November (18:00 - 19:30 GMT)
This training is open to EEFIT members only. If you wish to join EEFIT please complete and submit the appropriate application form.
Training sessions will additionally include the management of health and safety aspects based on experiences in previous missions.
Those wishing to participate in future earthquake reconnaissance missions and potentially become deputy and full team leaders.
These training sessions will be complemented by two evening lectures covering building damage assessment, geotechnical problems and landslides, tsunami and infrastructure.
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Name - Allan Breteton
Observations and implications of tsunami impacts on structures in the coastal zone
Evaluating the resilience of the built environment to earthquakes and secondary effects
A chance to think outside the box about what can be done to make engineering an unending stream of goodness and indeed if it can be done.
Do you want to save time and improve your daily workflow?
An in-depth look into the recent innovations and advancement in Structural Strengthening, with specific focus on High Performance Concrete (HPC), and the Mapei HPC System.
A presentation on a case study of how a partial collapse of a bulding was saved from becoming a disaster.#
What does it mean to design a building or structure with health and wellbeing in mind?
The IStructE Queensland Committee invites you to join us as we hear Cristian Maluk give a presentation on fire literacy in structural engineering.