AGM and three short presentations

  • 27 Oct 2016
  • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Auburn Hotel, corner Auburn Rd and Victoria Rd, Hawthorn, next to Auburn Station. Free parking after 6 pm - car park on north side of the hotel.
Drinks provided from 6:30, followed by our AGM, with short reports on a successful year, followed by dinner and three presentations.

These will be practical presentations from  our own members - real-world forensic issues, methods and solutions.   

First up, Barry Clearwater will talk on “Aspects of aviation fuelling, with some Forensic Engineering Aspects”

Bill Contoyannis will follow with  “Risks associated with access paths – good and bad access” (A case study will be used to assess the issues raised when a pedestrian fell and was injured, accessing a path towards her parked vehicle. The expert was asked to comment on the environment where she fell identify the risks associated with the path. The risk of a fall was accepted by the court, however the court ruled that the risk was foreseeable to the Plaintiff, and not necessarily to the Defendant).

Finally, Wayne Baker will speak on "A tale of two chassis - design and maintenance philosophies in heavy vehicle design".

 These hands-on talks are always well received.  Mark down the date!

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