Mena Fire Safety Conference Qatar April 2011

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Fire Safety MENA 2011 will provide a platform for government ministries and industry experts including developers, contractors, architects and consultants to share and gain knowledge in this increasingly critical market.

Discover how to achieve best-practice fire risk management and integrate cost-effective, state-of-the-art strategies that mitigate fire hazards.

Learn from the experience of regional experts on how to comply to regional fire safety codes, regulations and standards across the Middle East and North Africa region.

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Mena Fire Safety Conference Qatar April 2011

  1. 1. Qatar’s inaugural event dedicated to integrating cost-effective sophisticated fire safety strategies and solutions International conference: 3 - 4 April 2011 Book and pay Interactive training course: 5 & 6 April 2011 by 16 January Doha, Qatar 2011 to save up to Outstanding executive contributions providing essential insight US $750! Wayne Harris Dr. Kevin Towler Ali Mokhtar Chairman Co-Chairman President, HSE Director, Qatar Project Technical Director, Society of Fire Management, Board BMTRADA Group, Protection Engineers - Director, World Safety Chairman, European Saudi Arabian Chapter Organisation (WSO) and Technical Committee TC and Head, Fire Chairman, International 127/ WG 1 on Passive Fire Protection Department, Safety Quality Protection and Chartered Saudi Aramco Environment Management Fire Engineer Association (ISQEMA)Exclusive speaker faculty includes:• Major General Rashid Thani Al Matrooshi, Acting Director General, UAE Civil Defence and Director General, Dubai Civil Defence• Major Ali Hassan Almutawa, Director of Operations Department, Dubai Civil Defence• Terry Johnson, Fire Services Advisor – Operations Department, Dubai Civil Defence• Andrew Broderick, Director of EHSS, Sustainability and CSR, Aldar Properties• Nabeel Ali, Chief Fire and Safety Compliance Officer, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC)• Mohammed Bidad, Senior HSE Group Manager, Arabian Construction Company Key benefits of attending:• Talal Hanna, HSE Manager, Consolidated Contractors International • Understand the implications of standardised and regional• Matthew Bishop, Senior Fire Protection Engineer, Saudi Aramco fire safety regulations• Amr Banjar, Fire Protection Engineer, Saudi Aramco• Sumir Pattoo, Senior Fire Protection Engineer, Saudi Aramco • Hear how regional and international industry experts• Sami Yami, Fire Protection Engineer, Saudi Aramco approach fire safety challenges and the solutions they• John Milligan, Associate Director - Regional QSE, Atkins Middle East and India employ to overcome them• Susan Lamont, Associate - Fire Engineering, Arup and Professional Member, • Share case studies that mitigate fire hazards and disasters Society of Fire Protection Engineers • Explore how to integrate sophisticated fire safety solutions• Gustav Lanng Madsen, Fire Safety Engineer, Development Manager and Head of Section, COWI Fire Denmark that offer a ROI• Ahmad Abu Samah, HSSE System Manager, JGC Corporation • Understand how to achieve best-practice fire risk• Robin Hall, Project Director, Transportation, Mott MacDonald management• Mark Boyd, Consultant HSE and Drag Fire Safety Manager, Abu Dhabi • Learn new skills from leading industry experts at Motorsports Management interactive workshops• Hussam Al Haddad, General Manager, ATEIS Middle East• Tom Johnston, General Manager, BM TRADA Group Ltd • Network with key figures and government representatives• Vian Ahmed, Fire Engineer, Atkins responsible for fire safety in construction, infrastructure• Donovan Ryan, Fire Protection Engineering Practitioner and experienced Authority and power projects across the MENA regionHaving Jurisdiction For more information or to register: Tel: +971 4 364 2975 Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae www.firesafetymena.com Gold sponsor: Associate sponsor: Endorsed by: ATEÏS ATEÏS Middle East FZCO Media partners: Researched and developed:
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Conference day one: Sunday 3 April 201108.30 Registration and coffee 12.30 Networking lunch08.50 Chairman’s welcome and opening speech 13.30 Developing an emergency response plan to mitigate fire hazards Wayne Harris and disasters HSE Director, Qatar Project Management, Board Director, • Preparing, implementing and monitoring preventive safety measures World Safety Organisation (WSO) and Chairman, International Safety • Regulating, handling and monitoring the sustainability of fire equipment Quality Environment Management Association (ISQEMA) • Safeguarding different stages of dealing with hazardous materials Dr. Kevin Towler Mohammed Bidad Technical Director, BMTRADA Group Ltd, Chairman, European Technical Senior HSE Group Manager, Arabian Construction Company Committee TC 127/ WG 1 on Passive Fire Protection and Chartered Fire Engineer 14.00 The importance of conducting fire adequacy tests in the oil industry • Understanding the role of fire adequacy tests Complying to Civil Defence fire safety regulations, codes and practices from • Defining fire adequacy test processes and applications design through to construction • Conducting fire adequacy tests within a petrol installation Nabeel Ali09:30 Recognising the role of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers, Chief Fire and Safety Compliance Officer, Emirates National Oil Company Saudi Arabian Chapter (ENOC) • Promoting fire protection in Saudi Arabia through prevention, education and knowledge 14.30 Inculcation of incident and injury free culture within your organisation • Advancing state-of-the-art fire protection engineering • Assessing which takes precedence: precautions, prevention, protection and • Creating a professional network among fire protection engineers emergency readiness and affiliates • Inculcating personnel with an incident and injury free culture Ali Mokhtar • Emphasising the importance of fire fighting President, Society of Fire Protection Engineers - Saudi Arabian Ahmad Abu Samah Chapter and Head, Fire Protection Department, Saudi Aramco HSSE System Manager, JGC Corporation10:00 Using approved documents and British Standards to achieve fire safety 15.00 Networking break • Demonstrating the effectiveness of individual systems and components • Clarifying regulations and information on ensuring compliance 15.30 Developing and implementing a HSE Regulatory Authority • Demonstrating effective fire safety management in different building types • Discovering the regulatory framework and stakeholder responsibilities Dr. Kevin Towler • Understanding the operational requirements for the implementation Technical Director, BM TRADA Group, Chairman, European Technical of a regulatory authority Committee TC 127/ WG 1 on Passive Fire Protection and Chartered Fire • Evaluating effective enforcement strategies Engineer John Milligan Tom Johnston Associate Director - Regional QSE, Atkins Middle East & India General Manager, BM TRADA Group 16.00 Enhancing architectural design in order to incorporate a fire system10:30 Networking break • Understanding fire detection and automatic fire�fighting options • Meeting building code regulation requirements to obtain a building permit11:00 Understanding building and fire codes - Origin, application and transition • Incorporating fire solutions into the design phase to adhere with appropriate to performance based concepts architectural aspirations • Defining the origin and classification of Fire and Building Codes Vian Ahmed • Reviewing events that led to the issuance of NFPA Codes Fire Engineer, Atkins • Applying prescriptive Building and Fire Codes Sumir Pattoo 16.30 Ensuring business continuity through emergency response planning Senior Fire Protection Engineer, Saudi Aramco • Preparing business or government agencies to prevent and recover from Sami Yami disasters or serious disruptions Fire Protection Engineer, Saudi Aramco • Improving the emergency response and continuity of an organisation’s operations capabilities to ensure sustainability and survivability11:30 Benchmarking fire safety standards • Minimising the impact on employees, customers, stakeholders through business continuity planning INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: Panelists include: Donovan Ryan Wayne Harris Fire Protection Engineering Practitioner and experienced Authority Having Jurisdiction HSE Director, Qatar Project Management, Board Director, WSO and Chairman, ISQEMA 17.00 Incorporating preventative fire safety measures to protect assets across Ali Mokhtar the whole life-cycle President, Society of Fire Protection Engineers - Saudi Arabian Chapter and Head, Fire Protection Department, Saudi Aramco Panelists include: INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: Dr. Kevin Towler Wayne Harris, HSE Director, Qatar Project Management, General Manager, Chiltern TMC Board Director, WSO and Chairman, ISQEMA Sumir Pattoo Mohammed Bidad, Senior HSE Group Manager Senior Fire Protection Engineer, Saudi Aramco Arabian Construction Company Sami Yami Nabeel Ali, Chief Fire and Safety Compliance Officer Fire Protection Engineer, Saudi Aramco Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) Ahmad Abu Samah Incorporating preventative fire safety measures to protect assets across the HSSE System Manager, JGC Corporation whole life-cycle John Milligan Associate Director - Regional QSE, Atkins Middle East & India12.00 Discovering how intelligible voice evacuation complements fire detection Vian Ahmed • Assessing the impact of acoustic design on fire safety installations compliant Fire Engineer, Atkins with UAE civil defence regulations and international standards Donovan Ryan • Reviewing the steps involved in the design and installation of an intelligible Fire Protection Engineering Practitioner and experienced Authority Having Jurisdiction project in line with international standards • Applying intelligible voice evacuation in conjunction with fire detection Hussam Al Haddad 17.30 Chair’s closing comments General Manager, ATEIS Middle East 17.40 End of conference day one Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae
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Conference day two: Monday 4 April 201108:30 Registration and coffee 12:30 Networking lunch08:50 Chairman’s welcome and opening speech Improving installation and applications during THE construction and operational Wayne Harris phases to reduce the risk of fire HSE Director, Qatar Project Management, Board Director, World Safety Organisation (WSO) and Chairman, International Safety Quality 13:30 Ensuring fire safety within construction projects: Impacts and mitigation Environment Management Association (ISQEMA) • Establishing an effective risk profile of construction fire risk • Evaluating stakeholders impacts and mitigation planning for emergencies Integrating cost-effective state-of-the-art materials and technologies during the • Designing out fire risk and potential hazards design phase to satisfy architectural and fire safety issues Wayne Harris HSE Director, Qatar Project Management, Board Director, WSO and09:00 Integrating strategic structural fire engineering to mitigate fire damage Chairman, ISQEMA • Defining fire safety goals • Assessing buildings in terms of fire resistance • Analysing the true response of structural elements in a fire scenario 14:00 Developing fire safety solutions for underground infrastructure Susan Lamont • Ensuring fire safety solutions satisfy operational demands and constraints Associate - Fire Engineering, Arup and Professional Member, Society of Fire • Discussing smoke control and evacuation in tunnels and underground spaces Protection Engineers • Providing an effective means of escape, fire protection and emergency response09:30 Understanding the role and purpose of the Society of Fire Protection Robin Hall Engineers (SFPE) in the Middle East Project Director, Transportation, Mott MacDonald • Advancing state-of-the-art fire protection engineering • Providing technical information to the fire protection community 14:30 Networking break • Creating a professional network among fire protection engineers and affiliates Susan Lamont 15:00 Fire safety in sports and multi use arenas Associate - Fire Engineering, Arup and Professional Member, Society of Fire • Incorporating fire safety strategies for sports and multi use arenas Protection Engineers • Analysing the effects of controlling smoke within closed arenas • Simulating emergency evacuations inside and planning control points10:00 Achieving best-practice fire risk management Gustav Lanng Madsen • Examining strategic fire plans to achieve safer buildings Fire Safety Engineer, Development Manager and Head of Section, • Protecting the property to ensure business continuity COWI Fire Denmark • Ensuring efficient operation of the building Andrew Broderick Director of EHSS, Sustainability and CSR, Aldar Properties 15:30 Demonstrating an operational overview for high-rise buildings • Reviewing fire safety and evacuation systems10.30 Networking break • Defining Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) • Incorporating operational SOPs into building projects11:00 Effectively utilising passive fire protection using cost/ benefit analysis Major Ali Hassan Almutawa • Understanding appropriate solutions to optimise fire performance Director of Operations Department, Dubai Civil Defence • Controlling fire and smoke spread through use of fire resisting materials and Terry Johnson technologies Fire Services Advisor – Operations Department, Dubai Civil Defence • Understanding passive fire protection in the life cycle of a building Matthew Bishop 16.00 Achieving best-practice fire safety within the construction phase Senior Fire Protection Engineer, Saudi Aramco • Analysing the facts and figures associated with fire safety in construction and Amr Banjar the resulting implications Fire Protection Engineer, Saudi Aramco • Demonstrating what is being achieved through case studies • Raising the bar within an organisation through the importance of learning11:30 Developing an emergency response plan to mitigate fire hazards and Talal Hanna disasters HSE Manager, Consolidated Contractors International • Preparing, implementing and monitoring preventive safety measure • Regulating, handling and monitoring fire equipment sustainability 16:30 Improving installation and applications during the construction and • Safeguarding different stages of dealing with hazardous materials operational phases Mark Boyd Consultant HSE and Drag Fire Safety Manager, Abu Dhabi Motorsports Panelists include: Wayne Harris INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: Management HSE Director, Qatar Project Management, Board Director, WSO and12:00 Integrating cost-effective, state-of-the-art materials and technologies Chairman, ISQEMA during the design phase Robin Hall Panelists include: Project Director, Transportation, Mott MacDonald Wayne Harris Gustav Lanng Madsen HSE Director, Qatar Project Management, Board Director, World Safety Fire Safety Engineer, Development Manager and Head of Section INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: Organisation (WSO) and Chairman, International Safety Quality COWI Fire Denmark Environment Management Association (ISQEMA) Major Ali Hassan Almutawa, Director of Operations Department Susan Lamont Dubai Civil Defence Associate - Fire Engineering, Arup and Professional Member, Society of Fire Terry Johnson, Fire Services Advisor – Operations Department Protection Engineers Dubai Civil Defence Andrew Broderick Talal Hanna Director of EHSS, Sustainability and CSR, Aldar Properties HSE Manager, Consolidated Contractors International Matthew Bishop Senior Fire Protection Engineer, Saudi Aramco 17.00 Chair’s closing comments Amr Banjar Fire Protection Engineer, Saudi Aramco 17.10 End of conference Mark Boyd Consultant HSE and Drag Fire Safety Manager, Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management Web: www.firesafetymena.com
  4. 4. International conference: 3 - 4 April 2011 Interactive training course: 5 & 6 April 2011 Doha, Qatar Gold sponsor: ATEÏS Middle East established in September ATEÏS 2006, is a subsidiary of ATEÏS Europe and theQatar to focus on optimising fire safety standards group’s regional office in Dubai serving the Middle East and Indian markets. ATEÏS is a leadingThis is an important time for fire safety in construction, infrastructure and power within Qatar manufacturer and integrator of mass notification systems, fire alarm systems, professional audiodue to the spectacular growth of building development and huge capital investment. In order ATEÏS Middle East FZCO systems, home automation and audio-visualto safeguard these valuable investment projects and the health and safety of the inhabitants systems, and acoustic solutions, with a worldwide presence acrossfrom the enormous threat posed by fire risks, Qatar Civil Defence is insisting on higher Europe, USA, and Asia.standards of fire safety. The ATEÏS Middle East company policy is built on uncompromising commitment and accountability to our partners and clients. OurIn order to implement standardised fire safety codes for the country, the government of business approach is a reflection of the three pillars of ourQatar is collaborating with regional and international experts. organization—Responsibility, Response & Relationship. ATEÏS products have gained recognition among industry expertsFire Safety MENA 2011 will provide a platform for government ministries, developers, and the masses with over 800 major installations covering variouscontractors, architects and consultants to share and gain knowledge in this increasingly sectors including transportation, hospitality, and infrastructure. Thecritical market. ATEÏS brand today is well established in the Middle East and India, gaining prominence with sophisticated projects, the most notable among them being Dubai Metro, in addition to a number of high-endThis outstanding four-day event will highlight the key pro-active solutions to the latest fire malls, hotels, hospitals, commercial and residential towers, andsafety challenges faced in the Middle East and North Africa, key topics will include; entertainment venues. Over 20 engineers operate from four offices, serving our clients with unwavering commitment in their pursuit ofachieving best-practice fire risk management, integrating cost-effective state-of-the-art excellence.technologies and understanding fire safety codes, regulations and standards. Being situated in the easily accessible and commercial hub of Dubai helps us remain closer to the end user, whether in the Middle East or India. Our projects are known for their innovative and out-of-the-box approach, which sets us apart from the rest in termsWhat fire safety professionals said about Fire Safety MENA 2011: of what our clients value, which in turn enables us to offer higher quality products and services.“With the rapidly expanding construction market in the MENA region, it is vital that eachand every fire safety professional be diligent and aware of up-to-date industry best Associate sponsor:practices”.Emergency Management Co-ordinator Established In the UK over 75 years ago, BM TRADA has grown from its Timber ResearchDolphin Energy and Development roots to attain a highly respected position in the field of Certification, Testing and Consultancy Services.Who will you network with at Fire Safety MENA 2011? BM TRADA Middle East is one of a growing group of international joint venture partners offering a wide range of Product CertificationThis is a must attend event for government officials, Civil Defence, services including Q-Mark Fire Rated Door Certification (Timber and Steel) and Timber Products Chain of Custody Certification (FSC anddevelopers, contractors, architects and fire safety consultants and PEFC). Chain of Custody Certification enables companies toprofessionals, project managers, academics and fire safety solution demonstrate that their timber products have been derived from aproviders. well managed source. BM TRADA also offer accredited certification for a range internationally recognised business management systems, including ISO 9001 (Quality Management) ISO 14001Job titles include: (Environmental Management) and OHSAS 18001(OccupationalHSE/ HSSE System Manager/ Director Health & Safety Management).Director of EHSS, Sustainability and CSRDirector of Fire ProtectionProject Director/ Manager Media partners:Technical DirectorChief Fire and Safety Compliance OfficerHead of Fire Protection DepartmentSenior Fire Safety/ Fire Protection EngineerDelegate profile of past events: Attendees by job title Admin Manager/Technician/ Librarian Chief Information Officer 2% 1% Emergency/ Contingency Planner 4% Tank Head/Director/Manager 2% Engineer/Engineering Manager Sponsorship & exhibition opportunities: 2% Operations Head/Director/Manager 1% Network Manager Quality Head/Director/Manager 2% 2% Consultant 2% Ministry/Department of Defence Only at Fire Safety MENA 2011 will the highest-level decision Safety/ Health Director 2% 6% Security Manager makers attend in one place at one time. They will evaluate products and services and will look to short-list potential 4% PR/Marketing & Business Development Director 5% suppliers. Chairman/Director 6% • Can you afford to miss out on this opportunity? Department/Unit/Group Manager/Representative • Do you have a product or service that our senior Government Positions 2% Team Leader/Coach 1% 22% decision-makers and influencers need? Project Director/Manager 1% Business Manager/ Business Analyst 1% Pharmaceutical We have a range of business development / marketing and sales solutions that will be tailored to specifically deliver on your GeneralPlanning/ Strategy Director/Manager 2% 1% Training Director/Manager Fire Officers business objectives. For more details call +971 4 364 2975 or 1% 4% Environmental Manager Medical Officer + Doctor/Surgeon 14% 6% email sponsorship@iqpc.ae
  5. 5. 5 WAYS TO REGISTER On Line www.firesafetymena.com Fax +971 4 363 1938 Email enquiry@iqpc.ae International conference: 3 - 4 April 2011 Phone +971 4 364 2975 Interactive training course: 5 & 6 April 2011 Doha, Qatar Post IQPC Dubai FZ LLC PO Box 502397 REGISTRATION FORM Dubai, UAEEvent Code: IAE 19924.001 TEAM DISCOUNTSPlease complete in BLOCK CAPITALS as information is used to produce delegate badges.Please photocopy for multiple bookings. Team discounts available on request. Call +971 4 364 2975 for more information. Please do not remove this label even if it is not addressed to you. Your Priority Registration Code is printed on the top of the label below. Please quote it when registering: VENUE & ACCOMMODATION Oryx Rotana-Doha P.O. Box 29922,Doha, Qatar T: + 974 4402 3333 F: +974 4402 3300 E: audrey.caroline@rotana.com W: rotana.com Hotel and travel costs are not included in the registration fee. For assistance in your travel and accommodation requirements, please refer to details below: Room Reservation Special / corporate rate for room accommodation is available in the hotel. You may contact the hotel directly as per the details above quoting IQPC Middle East or the name of the conference. Flight Reservation Book and pay before 16 January 2011 and save US $750 Anuj Sachdev or Charo Marie SNTTA Travel & Tours LLC Dubai. Conference Before 16 January Before 13 February Before 6 March After 6 March E- mail: iqpc@snttadubai.com Tel: + 971 4 2829000, package 2011 2011 2011 2011 Fax: + 971 4 2829988, www.sntta.com Please book at the earliest for your convenience. Conference only Save US $375 Save US $250 Save US $125 US $2,624 US $2,249 US $2,374 US $2,499 CONFERENCE DOCUMENTATION If you cannot make the dates you can still access all of the presentations delivered throughout the conference days for just US $450, post event. DELEGATE DETAILS Contact us on +971 4 364 2975 for further details. Please photocopy for additional delegates and/or delegate with different addressesDELEGATE 1 Mr Mrs Ms Dr Other PAYMENTTitle First name Surname • Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches, refreshments andEmail Telephone detailed conference materials. • Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject toJob Title Department cancellation.Organisation Nature of business • If a booking is received 10 working days before the conference a credit card number will be required to confirm your place, likewise if full payment has not bee received before theAddress conference date.Postcode Country DISCOUNTS • All Early Bird Discounts require payment at time of registration and before the cut-off dateTelephone Fax in order to receive any discount.Name of Dept. Head Name of Training Manager • Any other discounts offered by IQPC (including team discounts) must also require payment at the time of registration.Name of person completing form if different from delegate • All discount offers cannot be combined with any other offer. CANCELLATION & SUBSTITUTION Signature Date • IQPC does not provide refunds for cancellations however you may provide substituteI agree to IQPC’s payment terms delegates at any time. For cancellations received in writing more than eight (8) days prior toIf you have not received an acknowledgement before the conference, please call us to confirm your booking. the conference you will receive 100% credit, subject to a 10% administration fee, to be used at another IQPC conference for up to one year from the date of issue. For cancellations PAYMENT METHODS received seven (7) days or less prior to an event (including day 7), no credits will be issued. In the event that IQPC cancels an event, delegate payments at the date of cancellation willWe also accept payment by the following methods: be credited to one future IQPC event. This credit will be available for up to one year from the By Credit Card: date of issue. • In the event that IQPC postpones an event, delegate payments at the postponement date Please debit my credit card: Visa Mastercard American Express will be credited towards the rescheduled date. If the delegate is unable to attend the Card No rescheduled event, the delegate will receive 100% credit representing payments made towards one future IQPC event. This credit will be available for up to one year from the date Valid from Expiry date Issue number of issue. No refunds will be available for cancellations or postponements. • IQPC is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of a substitution, alteration or Cardholder ’s name Signature cancellation/postponement of an event. IQPC shall assume no liability whatsoever in the event this conference is cancelled, rescheduled or postponed due to a fortuitous event, act Card billing address (if different from Co.address) of God, unforeseen occurrence or any other event that renders performance of this conference impracticable or impossible. For purposes of this clause, a fortuitous event shall Country Postcode include, but not be limited to: war, fire, labour strike, extreme weather or other emergencies. PROGRAMME CHANGES Cheque / Bank Draft: Made payable to IQPC FZ LLC • Please note that speakers and topics were confirmed at the time of publishing; however, By Direct Transfer: Please quote MM 19924.001 with remittance advice circumstances beyond the control of the organizers may necessitate substitutions, IQPC Bank Details: Account name: INTL QUALITY & PROD CEN FZ LLC alterations or cancellations of the speakers and/or topics. As such, IQPC reserves the right Account No.: 020-879714-100 Swift Code: BBME AEAD to alter or modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary. Any substitutions or HSBC Bank Middle East Limited, Bur Dubai Branch, P.O. Box: 66, Dubai, UAE. alterations will be updated on our web page as soon as possible. All Bank charges to be borne by the payer. Please ensure that IQPC receives the full invoiced amount. YOUR DETAILS Please tick the appropriate box if you would like to pay by one of these methods and our customer services team will contact • Please email our database manager at enquiry@iqpc.ae and inform him/her of any you directly to finalise the payment. incorrect details which will be amended accordingly. PAYMENT TERMSPayment is due upon receipt of invoice. Bookings received within 10 working days of the conference require a credit card numberto confirm your place. Payment prior to the event is mandatory for attendance. All bookings gaining the early bird discount must bepaid before the early bird date, otherwise the full rate will be applied and charged. In these instances payment of the full amount willbe required before entry to the event.

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