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Contributors


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Chris Auger The heat is on (p40)


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Chris has spent most of his working life in testing, inspection and certification. He was assessment manager at UKAS,


assessing organisations to standards requirements (such as BS EN ISO 17020, 17021, 17065) and senior accreditation manager for Bureau Veritas UK, helping develop and implement an integrated management system incorporating BS EN ISO 9001, 14001 and 17020. At BAFE, he is responsible for the development, ongoing review and monitoring of all BAFE schemes.


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Michael Brettle Key factor (p16)


Michael is a chartered meteorologist and Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society. After spending a period of


11 years working for the Met Office Research Unit, where he was studying wind flow, Michael moved on to work in instrumentation with Vaisala and Campbell Scientific.


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Paul Henson Ready for action (p28)


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As sales and marketing director at Ramtech Electronics, Paul has a background in wireless technology


within construction. He has been active in the design, patenting and development of wireless emergency technology for UK and European construction markets.


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Jonathan O’Neill Viewpoint (p1)


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Jon began his professional life in the insurance industry and was appointed managing director of


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the FPA in June 1999, when he was asked to lead the team responsible for taking it out of the Loss Prevention Council. During his time as managing director, Jon has overseen two relocations and managed the FPA to financial independence from insurers.


Robert Parkinson Influencing design (p22)


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William Roszczyk Next steps (p32)


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William is editor of F&RM, and previously worked in business to business journalism for seven


years, focused on editing an international remanufacturing magazine.


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Adrian Simmonds Protection options (p46)


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Adrian obtained an engineering degree in 1984, then joined the insurance industry as a risk engineer


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with FM Global in 1988. His experience there and subsequently in industry with the BOC Group has given him a broad background in property risk management and fire suppression systems. Since joining QBE in 2009, Adrian has been delivering risk solutions advice to clients, working with a wide range of industries including heavy manufacturing, high tech, food and beverage, waste handling and logistics.


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Reece Walker Influencing design (p22)


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Reece is a senior fire engineer with Arup. Now based in Manchester, he has experience of managing fire


safety design projects in the UK and Australia, and has extensive knowledge of construction stage fire safety, having been based on site for two years working on the redevelopment of Birmingham New Street Station.


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Jan Wassall Next steps (p32)


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Jan has been production editor of F&RM for eight years, including two stints as editor. She has also been


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Robert joined Arup in Manchester in 2015, after graduating from the University of Leeds with an MSc in


Fire and Explosion Engineering. His current role involves developing fire strategies and site based work for a mixture of commercial, residential, educational and industrial projects in the UK.


Laura White Weighing up the law (p45)


editor of the CFOA National Resilience Team. Qualified in languages and heritage management, she was a government reporter analyst before moving to a career in journalism across a range of publications.


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Laura is a health and safety regulatory solicitor based in London. As an experienced criminal litigator and


Magistrates’ Court advocate who regularly advises businesses on fire safety, health and safety and food safety, she has represented businesses in fire safety prosecutions across a variety of sectors including care homes, construction, hospitality and manufacturing.


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