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The presentation will cover a brief overview of batteries, what they are, types of batteries, lead acid, nickel cadmium and lithium ion batteries.
Understand how lithium ion batteries are built up from cells into battery packs.
A look at battery management systems (BMS) and an overview of how batteries fail and the likely cause of Lithium ion battery failures and fires.
The presentation aims to advance the understanding of self-incineration, the act of deliberately setting fire to oneself as an act of suicide. The presentation will report the findings of an analysis of 48 cases of suicide in the West Midlands, UK between the 1st January 1993 and 31st December 2013.
The presentation will cover, common themes, as well as the circumstances pertaining to the cause of death, the chosen location, whether an accelerant was used by the victim or not and what subsequent levels of carbon monoxide (CO) found in victims’ blood can tell us.
The theme for the two-day training conference will be "Fatal Fire Master Class"
The cost of the two-day conference is £295 (members booking before 1 January 2019), £350 (members booking after 1 January 2019), £590 (non-members).
The registration includes the two-day conference programme, Monday night accommodation with breakfast, conference dinner and refreshments throughout both days. Accommodation for Sunday 27 January 2019 can be booked via the Queens hotel.
The parking at the venue is very restricted, as it's located in the city centre and delegates are recommended to travel to and from the venue via train. The venue is adjacent to Leeds Railway Station.
The Summer Training Conference will be held at De Vere Cranage Estate, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire CW4 8EW on Monday 3 July 2017. There is an excellent training programme which includes:
- The implications of ISO 17020 to Fire Investigation
- Metallurgical Analysis for Fire and Explosion Investigation
- Hoarding - When your trowel isn’t big enough
- The Great Fire of London - A Cold Case Review