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WA Seminar: Fire & Explosions Investigation
March 22 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm AEDT
In a welcome return to face-to-face events, the WA Branch invites you to join us for our first education evening of 2023! This seminar will be hosted in the Building 500 Exhibition Space at Curtin University. Enjoy mingling over food and drink from 5:30 pm, with a seminar start at 6:00 pm.
To celebrate our return to in-person events, this seminar will be free for both members and non-members. Please book your places for catering purposes by Monday 20th March. Registrations at https://members.anzfss.org/booking.php?id=4
Fire & Explosion Investigation – The Private Sector Perspective
Investigations of fires and explosions is critical not only for criminal justice, but for public safety. James (Jim) Munday and Keith Murray are Senior Fire Investigators at Fire Forensics; leading experts in fire and explosion investigation in Australia and abroad. In this presentation, they will provide an insight into the fundamentals of fire investigation.
About the Speakers:
Jim Munday began his career in forensic science in 1972, having since examined around 4,000 fire and explosion scenes. He is one of only a few specialists worldwide in the interpretation of thermal damage and injury distribution to injured and deceased victims of fire.
Keith Murray’s professional career includes 30 years within the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and Staffordshire Fire Service, before joining the private sector in 2018. He has conducted investigations in USA, Poland, France and the UK.