[HALF-DAY - 3 CPD] Half-Day Seminar on: Understanding Fire Detection
CPD/PDP Hours: 3.5
Ref. No.: IEM19/PG/201/S
Half-Day Seminar on: Understanding Fire Detection
Date: 28 June 2019 (Fri)
Time: 8.30am – 12.30pm
Venue: IEM Penang Secretariat
Fire is a chemical reaction that requires three elements to be present for the reaction to take place and
continue. The three elements are:
1. Heat, or an ignition source.
“These three elements typically are referred to as the “fire triangle.” Fire is the result of the reaction between
the fuel and oxygen in the air. Scientists developed the concept of a fire triangle to aid in understanding of the
cause of fires and how they can be prevented and extinguished. Heat, fuel and oxygen must combine in a
precise way for a fire to start and continue to burn. If one element of the fire triangle is not present or removed,
fire will not start or, if already burning, will extinguish.
This presentation will FOCUS on the organization objectives (NFPA1600) in implementing fire detection and
alarm system. Different detectors will behave and respond differently based on the type of detectors used.
Detectors are designed based on product standards (BOMBA, EN54, UL, FM) and how these detectors are
installed, tested and maintenance (NFPA72, EN54-14, BS5839-1 or etc.) has different characteristic between
product standards and installation standards.
By the end of this presentation the audience should have the knowledge,
1. to lead better understanding by knowing whether the type of detectors used will able to meet one or all of the objectives in their design.
2. Special Detectors used to achieve its objectives
3. Control Units (Fire Alarm System)
4. Objective of the output from control units (NFPA 1600)
- Pre-alarm/ Notification and Control
- System Integration, Integration at high level compared to conventional integration.
Mr Daniel Low Kang Wah
Mr Daniel Low has over 30 years in technical and leadership position having consistence involvement in sales, marketing, projects management, engineering and strategic management in medical and construction industries specializing in fire alarm detection system.
Those years, he has been in the positions of technician, engineer, product manager, marketing manager, project manager, project director, division manager, country manager, and reginol manager for market in Malaysia, South East Asia, Asia Pacific and ASIA. Mr Daniel had active projects involvement with Kulim Wafer Plant, Putrajaya, KLIA, University Petronas, MidValley and many more in Malaysia and in overseas.
Qualification: Mr Daniel graduated in March 2010 with MBA from University of Southern Queensland, Australia. (Specialization in Project Management)
He obatined First Class Honors in Telecommunication and Computer Engineering from Kolej Damansaram Utama in April 1988.
In August 1997, he obtained Certificate in Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)
08.30am - 08.45am Registration
08.45am – 09.00am Company & Product Introduction
09.00am – 10.30am Session 1 Presentation
10.30am – 11. 00am Refreshment/Tea Break
11.00am – 12.00pm Session 2 Presentation
12.00pm – 12.30pm Product Demonstration, Q&A Session