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Lithium-Ion Batteries and Associated Hazards

  • Tuesday, December 13, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Toronto Board of Trade, 77 Adelaide Street West Toronto, ON M5X 1C1
  • 15

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • For members of our Chapter who are also members of SFPE International in good standing. Eligible members will be emailed an access code. This ticket is only available until the Friday preceding the event.
  • For all members of our Chapter. This ticket is only available until the Friday preceding the event.
  • For all Junior and Senior members of our Chapter, and Past Presidents of our Chapter. This ticket is only available until the Friday preceding the event.
  • For all non-members of our Chapter and registrations after the Friday preceding the event.
  • For all members of our Chapter. This ticket is only available until the Friday preceding the event.
  • For all non-members of our Chapter and registrations after the Friday preceding the event.

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SPEAKERS:

Bill Meyring, PE

Bill has 24 years of experience incorporating large-scale fire testing, research & development and technical consulting developing performance based design solutions to challenging fire hazards in a variety of applications and building configurations. His expertise includes extensive fire protection performance testing for lithium ion battery, including energy storage applications, explosion control by deflagration venting. Bill has extensive experience analyzing UL 9540A reports and has prepared multiple fire protection hazard mitigation analysis (HMA) reports.

Joelle DeJoseph, PE

Joelle is a professional engineer with over 23 years of experience in fire protection. She has comprehensive experience in all aspects of fire protection and life safety in automotive manufacturing facilities and nuclear facilities, as well as commercial, educational, and warehouse facilities. Her expertise includes permitting and interfacing with AHJs, hazardous material programs, high-pile storage design and permitting, fire testing and fire modeling, and extensive experience with alternate means of compliance writing and acceptance (AMoC or AMM).

SYNOPSIS:

Battery energy storage systems (BESS). We will discuss current fire/explosion events, lessons learned from those events, current code requirements within the industry, and potential detection/suppression options for battery storage configurations.

ITINERARY:

12:00 AM

to

12:15 PM

Registration & Reception

12:15 PM

to

1:00 PM

Lunch

1:00 PM

to

2:15 PM

Presentation & Questions

DRESS CODE:

Business Attire or Jacket and Tie

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