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Hawkins 2022 Webinars: The Reigate Office Series

Our Reigate Office team have created a series of webinars on how Hawkins investigates a broad range of incidents in the fields of architecture, civil engineering, contamination, fire, dangerous chemicals, digital forensics and plant pathology.

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Please feel free to register for as many topics as you like. If the date has passed and there is a recording available, the title below will take you straight to the recording. We look forward to seeing you.

➡️ THE CROP CONUNDRUM: INTRODUCING PLANT PATHOLOGY

Presented by James Townsend on Thursday 20th October 9:00AM BST

An introduction to plant pathology with example cases of incidents and contributing factors involving: crop damage, crop failures and spoilage of fresh produce.

➡️ USE OF DRONES & LASER SCANNERS IN FORENSIC INVESTIGATION

Presented by Andrew Reeves on Thursday 27th October 9:00AM BST

How laser scanners and drone imaging has assisted in the forensic investigation of Built Environment failures, including case studies.

➡️ BETTER WAYS TO VISUALISE THE SCENE: 3D DATA CAPTURING & MODELLING

Presented by Inigo Beckett on Thursday 3rd November 9:00AM GMT

Introducing the Hawkins' photogrammetric modelling service for exhibits and scenes including point cloud presentations and using VR headsets.

➡️ SAFE MODE: MULTI-MODAL TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS

Presented by Dr James Morris on Thursday 10th November at 9:00AM GMT

A synopsis of the regulations for transporting dangerous goods by different modes including by ship and road.

➡️ CHANGING BUILDINGS TO A CHANGING CLIMATE

Presented by Sam Morley on Thursday 17th November at 9:00AM GMT

An overview of recent changes to Building Regulations, their impact to the design process, the risks associated if not implemented, and how we investigate associated cases.

➡️ HOTWORKING FIRES

Presented by Dr Anna Knight on Thursday 24th November at 9:00AM GMT

An overview of how fires can be caused by hotworking and what guidance exists in relation to its undertaking.

➡️ CONTAMINATION: A SCIENTIFIC APPROACH TO THE PROBLEM OF POST-INCIDENT RECOVERY

Presented by Ed Hammersley on Thursday 1st December at 9:00AM GMT

The use of technology in contamination assessments including:

  • Its role in the mitigation of both the direct cost and business interruption
  • How those technologies can assist the Insurer

  • ➡️ THE INVESTIGATION OF LITHIUM BATTERY FIRES

    Presented by Dr Nick Carey on Wednesday 7th December at 9:00AM GMT

    An overview of the causes of lithium battery fires and how they are investigated, including demonstration videos showing lithium battery failures.

    ➡️ FORENSIC INVESTIGATION OF BASEMENT FAILURES

    Presented by Andrew Reeves on Thursday 15th December at 9:00AM GMT

    Andrew will cover case examples of:

    • Types of failures
    • Requirements for waterproof basements and updates to BS 8201:2022
    • Potential causes of water damage
    • Investigation methods


    We look forward to seeing you there.

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