The old board is the new board! The EFA President Albrecht Broemme and the 2 Vicepresidents Jordí Leandro Blanca, Tarragona/Spain and Magister Robert Stocker Vienna/Austria are reelected by the General Meeting of EFA on 13th of February.
The main Subject of the Next:
11./12 of December 2017
Will be: Fire brigades & Robotic
Please save the Date.
11./12 of December 2017
Time: From Monday 13:00 hour
until Tuesday 12:30 hour
Prof. René Hagen
Prof. Dr. – Ing. Peer Rechenbach
Fire-Brigade 4.0 ! How the Internet of the Things will influence the future work of the fire-brigades
Mag. Robert Stocker
Michael Zwingel, Frequentis AG
Protection and Security of the Citizen
SCIENTIFIC AND RESEARCH ACTIVITIES IN THE FIELDS OF CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND CIVIL PROTECTION EFA CNBOP-Polen
Dr. Stephan Lechner
Please block in your agenda the dates of the next
30./31. of March 2017
The board has opted for two major subjects:
- Firebrigade 4.0
We want to start a reflection, how digital evolution will affect our services in the next 20 years and how we can formulate in time our special requirements to influence the technological and legal process;
- Terrorist threat and firebrigades
An exchange of lessons learned
A detailled program with speakers will follow in short time.
In the General Assembly on 25.11.2016 in Berlin Mag. Robert Stocker MBA was elected Vicepresident of EΦA.
As Head of the Department Operations, Crisis and Disaster Management of the Federal Ministery of The Interior Mag. Robert Stocker is speccially involved in all questions of European cooperation in the field. He succeed Markus von der Forst from the Frankfurt Firebrigade. The EΦA-President Mr. Albrecht Broemme thanked Markus von der Forst for his excellent service and welcomed Mag. Stocker in his new office in EΦA.
Selection and sizing of conductors supplying electrical equipment that must remain functional during a fire – study
Cables that are exposed to fire while being expected to retain their functionality and provide power to essential equipment at another location must be appropriately selected and sized to take account of the increased electrical resistance at elevated temperature.
Cables, including fire safety cables, are specified in terms that reflect their normal duty conditions; design parameters under fire conditions are rarely, if ever, specified. The objective of this study is to provide a clear methodology for designing fire safety circuits based on the derivation and application of correction factors and standard cable parameters.
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