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Following the success of this conference series, Arena International’s 6th Annual Fire Protection of Rolling Stock conference will be held on Tuesday 24th – Wednesday 25th March 2010 in London. The …

Following the success of this conference series, Arena International’s 6th Annual Fire Protection of Rolling Stock conference will be held on Tuesday 24th – Wednesday 25th March 2010 in London. The event will establish strategic solutions and highlight new technologies to enhance fire protection of railway vehicles. Through a series of best practice presentations and case studies, this event will provide you with insight into railway operator and rolling stock manufacturer approaches as well as presentations from regulatory authorities to current and upcoming fire safety issues.

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  • 1. 6th Annual Fire Protection of rolling Stock Uncover best key practices to fire safety design, construction and operation of rolling stock and effective emergency response wednesday 24 – Thursday 25 March 2010, London, UK Distinguished Speakers include: 1. Bas Leermakers 4. Stefan Sollander 7. Daniel Lunardelli 11. Granville Lavin Project Officer Expert in Interoperability and Manager of Inflammable Head of Safety EUrOPEAn rAILwAY Rail Vehicles Material Studies nOrTHErn IrELAnD AgEnCY, ErA Transportstyrelsen SnCF rAILwAYS, TrAnSLInK SwEDISH TrAnSPOrT 2. Thierry Legrand AgEnCY 8. Arnaud Marchais 12. Alain Sainrat Programme Manager for Head of Fire Safety Head of Reaction to Fire Transport and Packaging 5. Ian Prosser rATP Laboratory EUrOPEAn COMMITTEE FOr HM Chief Inspector of LABOrATOIrE nATIOnAL STAnDArDIZATIOn, CEn Railways and Director 9. Michael Rüffer D'ESSAIS rAILwAY SAFETY OFFICE OF Area Manager Rolling Stock Chair of the European 3. William D. Kennedy rAIL rEgULATIOn VErKEHrSgESELLSCHAFT Commission's Project Vice President Mechanical FrAnKFUrT (VgF) TrAnSFEU Engineering 6. Radek Šafránek nATIOnAL FIrE PrOTECTIOn Project Engineer, Fire 10. Jens Stiegel ASSOCIATIOn, nFPA Protection Assistant Chief FrAnKFUrT AM MAIn FIrE SKODA TrAnSPOrTATIOn Book AnD rESCUE SErVICES by 1 save 3.01.10 to £3 up Highlights include: Pre Conference workshop : 1. Discover the European Commission’s TRANSFEU project Led by Prof Richard Hull, Professor of Chemistry and Fire Science, Centre for 50 2. Understand European CEN/TS 45545 and Fire and Hazards Science, School of national as well as US NFPA regulations Forensic and Investigative Sciences, 3. Establish emergency response UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE approaches with your peers Check website for updates Top 8 represented companies: 1. SNCF 2. RATP 3. AnsaldoBreda 4. Verkehrsgesellschaft Frankfurt (VGF) 5. Translink 6. Frankfurt am Main Rescue Services 7. Skoda Transportation 8. ERA Silver Sponsors: Sponsors: register online now at: www.railfireprotection.com
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Programme Day One Wednesday 24 March 2010 08:30 Registration 10:40 Morning refreshments 09:00 Opening remarks from the Chair 11:10 Panel discussion: Promoting an effective co- Dr. Tony Cash, Lead Fire Engineer, Projects Directorate, TfL operation between national regulatory authorities, LOnDOn UnDErgrOUnD notified Bodies, rolling stock manufacturers and railway operators to overcome current obstacles UnDErSTAnDIng EUrOPEAn rEgULATOrY related to compliance with TSI, CEn/TS 45545 and rEQUIrEMEnTS SPECIFIED In THE TSIs AnD CEn/ national regulations TS 45545 AnD UnCOVErIng THE FrAME OF An ● Outlining issues faced by a national regulatory authority regarding the new fire safety standards and how these can OVErALL FIrE EngInEErIng COnCEPTIOn be addressed and clarified by other parties involved 09:10 Presenting an update on the Technical Specifications ● Explaining a Notified Body’s point of view on the current for Interoperability (TSIs) and the process towards regulatory requirements to support national authorities’ the authorisation of your rolling stock decision making ● Outlining EU railway regulations focusing on regulations ● Exploring the challenges a railway operator is confronted regarding rolling stock with and assessing how a Notified Body can help achieve ● Clarifying how to achieve the authorisation of railway full compliance specific products on the European market: defining ● Identifying how train and equipment manufacturers can processes and responsibilities contribute to a smooth approval process ● Exploring the latest developments related to rolling stock Panellists: TSIs: what is new and what will be amended in the future? Carlo Cecchi, Head of Fire Safety Department, general ● Introducing a survey on fire safety related requirements Systems Engineering Department, AnSALDOBrEDA in the rolling stock TSIs related to practicability and applicability of the standards CHOOSIng THE rIgHT SAFETY MEASUrES FOr Bas Leermakers, Project Officer, European railway Agency, ErA YOUr rOLLIng STOCK In TErMS OF SMOKE AnD 09:40 Understanding the latest developments on existing FIrE DETECTIOn and new Parts of the CEn/TS 45545 in order to ensure 11:40 Case study: Improving fire safety of rolling stock your equipment complies with the upcoming En 45545 through an effective fire alarm system to facilitate ● Presenting an overview of the published standards CEN/TS early detection and response 45545 Parts 1-7 and how these relate to national standards ● Assessing where to install a fire alarm system and how to ● Uncovering the stages of adoption and approval to identify maximise its availability when the introduction of EN 45545 is expected ● Explaining how to extend the functionality of a fire alarm system ● Clarifying which Parts of CEN/TS 45545 are currently being and how to combine it with other fire protection systems revised and to which extent modifications will be made as ● Presenting features and benefits of different fire alarm systems well as the timelines agreed to establish which solution is best for your rolling stock ● Outlining fire safety standards related to high-speed trains ● Discovering to which extent an effective fire alarm system specified by the CEN/TS 45545-2 contributes to the Safety Integrity Level (SIL) ● Revealing the stage and outline of the upcoming standard Klas nylander, Technical Director, COnSILIUM on running capability of rolling stock inside tunnels TrAnSPOrT SAFETY Thierry Legrand, Programme Manager for Transport and Packaging, European Committee for Standardization, CEn 12:10 Case study: Learning from global experiences of using Aspirating Smoke Detection (ASD) on train systems Exploring the key advantages of using ASD on trains and 10:10 Keynote address: Highlighting the European ● how it can benefit your assets Commission’s TrAnSFEU project and presenting its ● Understanding the developments in defining smoke scope and approach to establish a comprehensive detection performance for complying with EN 45545-6 fire engineering conception for rolling stock ● Highlighting case studies of ASD used on trains ● Outlining the scope, timelines and industry partners ● Establishing the benefits of integrating fire detection involved in the project and security surveillance and how both systems can be ● Developing a fire safe performance-based design implemented successfully methodology in accordance to European fire hazard Peter Massingberd-Mundy, Technology and Expert standards Practices Manager, XTrALIS ● Assessing the risk for staff and passengers in various hazard situations 12:40 Lunch ● Establishing a new testing tool using FTIR spectrometry for 14:00 Case study: Targeting the risk of fire with early toxic gas fire effluents under dynamic conditions simulating railway applications detection and suppression and ensuring business ● Classifying railway products and evaluating their continuity, minimising loss of assets and functionality in trains under real scale fire scenario safeguarding passengers conditions ● Benefiting from a targeted approach to fire detection and Alain Sainrat, Head of reaction to Fire Laboratory, suppression LABOrATOIrE nATIOnAL D'ESSAIS, Chair of the European ● Identifying the risks of different settings and developing Commission's Project TrAnSFEU various approaches to tackle these ● Integrating targeted fire protection into rail and metro networks ● Protecting the operation and safeguarding the customer effectively Ben Hughes, regional Business Manager, Middle East & Africa, FIrETrACE InTErnATIOnAL
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Programme Day Two TESTIng FIrE BEHAVIOUr ACCOrDIng TO 08:30 Registration nATIOnAL STAnDArDS TO MAKE THE rIgHT 09:00 Opening remarks from the Chair DECISIOnS In TErMS OF TrAIn DESIgn AnD Dr. Tony Cash, Lead Fire Engineer, Projects Directorate, EMErgEnCY rESPOnSE TfL LOnDOn UnDErgrOUnD 14:30 Case study: Testing fire behaviour, heat and soot UnDErSTAnDIng AnD OVErCOMIng CHALLEngES release according to nFPA standards and the wITH rESPECT TO MATErIALS AnD COMPOnEnTS influence of accelerants on the predicted results FOr nEw AnD EXISTIng rOLLIng STOCK ● Setting up simulation models of fire behaviour inside a passenger train and assessing how interior design and 09:10 Keynote address: Applying CEn/TS 45545 materials might contribute to the expansion or suppression Part 2 on the refurbishment of a mass transport of the fire train: testing materials in compliance with European ● Calculating the heat and soot release rate of objects in a rail regulations and lessons learnt for the upcoming vehicle and heat transfer Euronorms ● Assessing the influence of accelerants on the predicted ● Presenting materials and components planned to be used for results refurbishing and upgrading current rolling stock ● Altering the situation by taking various fire suppression and ● Performing fire tests according to CEN/TS 45545-2, extinguishing systems into account demonstrating the results and choosing the right equipment ● Combining active and passive fire protection systems and materials based on the testing outcome appropriately according to standards such as NFPA 130 to ● Comparing CEN/TS 45545-2 to NF F16-101 requirements minimise the impact of a fire hazard in order to identify weak points of the European Technical william D. Kennedy, Vice President Mechanical Engineering, Specifications national Fire Protection Association, nFPA ● Analysing the results and making recommendations for the upcoming EN 45545-2 15:00 Afternoon refreshments Daniel Lunardelli, Manager of Inflammable Material Studies, SnCF 15:30 Case study: Discovering the fire protection approach Arnaud Marchais, Head of Fire Safety, rATP of Frankfurt’s operator Verkehrsgesellschaft Frankfurt (VgF) on their Light rail Vehicle (LrV) 09:40 Understanding the vehicle fire safety approval system process by describing the inputs required to satisfy ● Features of rolling stock and railway infrastructure in Frankfurt the fire safety fire safety regulations and contrasting ● Meeting the key German regulatory requirements for fire them with processes formerly in place protection ● Outlining the scope of regulatory requirements to work ● Outlining the combined protection strategy created by VGF towards full compliance to minimise loss and damage of equipment and passengers ● Ensuring design and materials conformance when building or staff new or maintaining existing rolling stock ● Implementing the new requirements and solutions for rolling ● Choosing the right fire detection systems in order to discover stock and presenting a case study on VGF’s U5-type car fire and smoke early Michael rüffer, Area Manager rolling Stock, ● Installing fire barriers effectively VErKEHrSgESELLSCHAFT FrAnKFUrT (VgF) ● Considering technical aspects to guarantee running 16:00 Case study: Implementing an effective tunnel capability in tunnels emergency response plan for the underground ● Shaping a successful evacuation strategy while picturing railway system in Frankfurt/Main different scenarios ● Learning from fire incidents in the past and planning the ● Comparing the approval processes before and after the introduction of a safety and security concept for Frankfurt’s introduction of the TSIs andw CEN/TS 45545 based on scope metro system of submissions previously required ● Determining the initial situation in terms of standards, Dave Tooley, Lead Engineer, Materials, BOMBArDIEr technical systems and the rescue service TrAnSPOrTATIOn ● Defining objectives and responsibilities to achieve the 10:10 Case study: Developing safe flame retardant optimum level of safety considering how rescue services solutions for railway cables in rolling stock operate best in Frankfurt’s underground system applications whilst complying with regulations ● Identifying the best escape routes and evacuation times whilst setting up an effective emergency response plan and and meeting railway operators’ and manufacturers’ choosing the right fire fighting devices specifications ● Managing smoke successfully: conducting smoke tests, ● Exploring railway fire incidents and explaining key installing barriers and control doors correctly requirements for the protection of railway cables Jens Stiegel, Assistant Chief, FrAnKFUrT AM MAIn FIrE ● Outlining European and national standards on low AnD rESCUE SErVICES smoke and fume performance such as BS 6853 (UK), NF 16 101 (France), DIN 5510 (Germany) and CEN/TS 45545-2 16:30 Closing remarks from the Chair and close of Day One ● Presenting safe flame retardant solutions that withstand ignition and limit propagation of the flame ● Addressing crucial factors such as smoke generation, toxicity, dripping and corrosivity and uncovering how to tackle these risks ● Highlighting case studies where these solutions were implemented successfully and understanding customer specific needs Maryline Desseix, Product Manager LSFOH, POLYOnE
  • 4. Programme Day Two Thursday 25 March 2010 10:40 Morning refreshments ● Implementing an effective health and safety management concept determining responsibilities in order to control and DISCOVErIng FIrE SUPPrESSIOn AnD tackle risks successfully ● Highlighting basic areas of focus for continuous improvement EXTIngUISHIng SYSTEMS THAT EnSUrE FULL in the design, construction, maintenance and operation of PErFOrMAnCE In VArIOUS HAZArD SITUATIOnS rolling stock Ian Prosser, HM Chief Inspector, railways, Director, railway 11:10 Presenting an update on innovative water mist Safety, OFFICE OF rAIL rEgULATIOn systems and related regulations: leveraging user- 14:30 Afternoon refreshments specific fire protection ● Examining fire protection as a global concept and realising opportunities related to an overall strategy 15:00 Conducting a multi-agency post-rail-accident ● Discovering FOGTEC high pressure water mist systems emergency preparedness exercise: optimising • Outlining features and functions of various systems and cooperation between all parties to minimise the applications in order to find the right solution for your consequences of a fire incident rolling stock ● Assessing resources needed and organising all logistics • Explaining how to apply different systems necessary for a multi-agency rail accident emergency • OutliningOn board systems: what are the advantages? response ● Planning and carrying out smoke and fire tests successfully ● Setting aims and a strategy to achieve these and learning from results ● Designing an emergency response exercise to test aims roger A. Dirksmeier, Product Manager rail, FOgTEC FIrE ● Identifying macro and micro exercise activities and PrOTECTIOn responsibilities of parties involved in order to ensure a clear emergency response process 11:40 Understanding the concept, performance and future ● Debriefing staff of rail and infrastructure operators, rescue of water mist fire protection systems services, fire testing institutes and other fire safety experts ● Making safer trains while improving their competitiveness: which contribute to the success of the exercise outlining the main factors to be considered ● Managing the learning opportunities and shaping an ● Testing and comparing performances of water mist systems effective emergency response plan for rolling stock granville Lavin, Head of Safety, nOrTHErn IrELAnD ● Improving integration of water mist systems on rail vehicles rAILwAYS, TrAnSLInK and ensuring full functioning with other fire protection systems 15:30 Uncovering the development and conception of the ● Considering the future of water mist systems in the rail new three systems locomotive for the operation in environment long tunnels and long bridges and implementing an Sebastien Cailliau, Manager, rolling Stock, global Business effective fire protection approach Development, MArIOFF COrPOrATIOn ● Outlining technical standards and requirements for a demanding infrastructure operating long tunnels and 12:10 Lunch long bridges Designing the locomotive according to standards and EnSUrIng SAFETY In rAILwAY TUnnELS AnD ● assessing fire load and heat release rates in order to STrIVIng FOr EXCELLEnCE In TErMS OF understand risks PrOCESS SAFETY AnD EMErgEnCY rESPOnSE ● Assessing how to incorporate a successful fire safety 13:30 Highlighting tunnel safety and application of TSI strategy in the new locomotive: minimising risk by installing Safety in railway Tunnels (TSI SrT) to prepare for a the right fire protection systems Ensuring running capability in the event of a fire in a tunnel transforming infrastructure in Sweden ● or on a bridge to facilitate a quick evacuation process ● Explaining the TSI Safety in Railway Tunnels and the ● Implementing effective emergency response approaches for proposed TSI Locomotives and passenger units different situations possible ● Proving fire safety according to non-Swedish standards radek Šafránek, Project Engineer, Fire Protection, SKODA such as DIN 5510 or NF F 16-101 which are approved by TSI ● Providing a fire safety demonstration of the complete rail TrAnSPOrTATIOn vehicle according to standard EN 50126 for full regulatory compliance 16:00 Closing remarks from the Chair and close of conference ● Highlighting experiences with Swedish operators and issues arising from opening new lines with long tunnels: outlining which standards can be used apart from the TSI SRT Stefan Sollander, Expert in Interoperability and rail Vehicles, Transportstyrelsen, SwEDISH TrAnSPOrT AgEnCY 14:00 Ensuring excellence of railway health and safety: complying with national standards and implementing measures to optimise your processes ● Identifying an overall strategy to optimise fire safety in your railway systems ● Discovering rolling stock specific issues and outlining how to overcome them when upgrading current train-sets or purchasing new ones
  • 5. PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Silver sponsors: PolyOne Corporation (nYSE: POL), with annual revenues of more than $2.7 billion, is a leading global provider of Understanding fire specialised polymer materials, services and solutions. Headquartered in northeast Ohio, USA, PolyOne has operations in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia as well as joint ventures in hazards: evaluating North America and South America. www.polyone.com Consilium Transport Safety is a member of Consilium Group AB, a flammability, smoke company represented worldwide with more than 40 years experience in fire detection. Consilium Transport Safety offers high-tech smoke and fire detection and toxicity for train applications, including monitoring of compartments, cable installations and engine rooms. Our systems include adaptable sensors (automatically adjusting sensitivity to the environment) and adaptability to various industrial bus systems, enabling communication with the trains’ computer. www.consilium.se Tuesday 23 March 2010 FOgTEC is the leading provider of fire protection solutions for rolling stock and tunnel applications. FOGTEC’s special trained engineers provide services from consultancy Led by: to turn key solution supply for almost any rail vehicle or type of tunnel. FOGTEC`s high reputation in both markets is not only Richard Hull, BSc, PhD, CSci, CChem, FRSC, reflected by the well known names of its partners and customers but also FHEA, Professor of Chemistry and Fire Science, by the involvement in major research projects. For further information please note our homepage: www.fogtec-international.com Centre for Fire and Hazards Science, School Marioff is the leading supplier and developer of water mist fire protection of Forensic and Investigative Sciences, systems. Marioff’s HI-FOG technology is based on rigorous full-scale fire testing, patents and approvals. It ensures fast UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE suppression or extinguishment of the fire, radiant heat Anna Stec, MSc (Eng), PhD, MRSC, Lecturer blocking, minimised water damage, and safety for equipment, people and the environment. www.marioff.com in Chemistry and Fire Science, Chemistry, Firetrace is a leading provider of freestanding automatic fire detection/ School of Forensic and Investigative Sciences, suppression systems for critical equipment and enclosures on both rolling stock and rail infrastructure. Systems can be found in metros, UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE light-rail and heavy-rail installations worldwide. Firetrace carries CE, UL, ULC and FM approvals and more than 20 other listings worldwide. About the workshop leaders: www.firetrace.com Prof. Richard Hull has focussed on fire gas toxicity, fire retardants and fire science. He has over 70 peer-reviewed Sponsor: publications in fire chemistry. He represents the Royal Society Xtralis provides intelligent fire detection and security solutions that help identify threats before of Chemistry on the BSI Hazard to Life from Fire technical safety, critical infrastructure or business continuity is compromised. With committee, and am the designated the UK Principal Expert on more than 25 years of experience, we are a global leader in fire detection, Physical Fire Models to the ISO Fire Threat to People and the surveillance, access control and traffic management. Our powerful, Environment subcommittee (TC92 SC3). early-warning solutions deliver unparalleled protection for our global, blue-chip customers. www.xtralis.com Dr Anna A. Stec is a lecturer in Fire Chemistry and Toxicology at University of Central Lancashire, UK. Her work has focussed on quantification of toxic hazards in fires, understanding Co-sponsor: the factors that affect fire gas toxicity, and the relationship between the physiological effect of the concentration and dose Exhibitors: of different toxicants. Media Partners: About the workshop: railway-technology.com is a comprehensive railway industry website offering subscribers the latest news Fire toxicity has been incorporated into the new railway on industry projects, products and services whilst offering access to key interoperability standard (EN TS 45545) though the test solution providers within the industry. Make sure you log on to join the methods lack clarity on the applicability of the results. This forum that brings the railway industries elite together at workshop will enable participants to understand key issues www.railway-technology.com and methods in an interactive group session. The agenda globalData's report Store features will include: thousands of high quality research reports across a broad range of industries. The reports draw on in-depth primary and secondary research, databases of proprietary in house data and high quality analysis from our expert teams. Data and analysis at the workshop agenda: company, country and industry level includes competitors, valuations, trends, forecasts and analytics. www.global-market-research-data.com 1.30 Registration and coffee Means of Escape is a leading online fire safety 2.00 Introduction: overview of hazards and publication, dedicated to providing information and guidance related to fire and health and safety matters. Visit our their assessment website for current legislation and news articles, interactive guides, industry directory, forum, events and more! Register for our free monthly 2.15 Flammability, ignitability, flame spread or newsletter today. www.means-of-escape.com heat release rate? railway Market - Central and Eastern 3.00 Bench scale fire tests: what do they tell us? European review - magazine is meant to provide a broad perspective on what is going in business and politics 3.45 Afternoon refreshments in the rail sector of Central and Eastern Europe. Railway Market - CEE Review provides reliable and comprehensive rail business information 4.00 Fire toxicity: the silent killer being a convenient platform for discussing the future for CEE railways. www.railway-market.pl 4.45 Assessment of fire toxicity EUrAILmag is a B2B publication – we report 5.15 Discussion session on developments in the rail sector, e.g. new regulation, standards, technology, services and products. We also 5.30 Close of workshop cover major rail projects in Europe. Contributors include executives, technicians, engineers and rail experts. Content is presented in the form of reports, articles, interviews and advertorials. www.eurailmag.com
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