Fire Safety Engineers (FSE) Dialogue Session/Workshop
The FSE Workshop 2021 (previously known as the FSE Dialogue Session) was held online complying with Covid-19 safe management measures. A summary of the discussion is available for download below:
The annual FSE Dialogue 2019 was held at HQ SCDF on 22 Apr 2019. A summary of the discussion is available for download below.
2018 (2nd FSE Dialogue session in 2018)
An additional FSE Dialogue session was held on 26 Oct 2018 to solicit FSE's feedback on proposal to expedite the processing of performance-based submission. The presentation materials are below:
The annual FSE Dialogue 2018 was held at HQ SCDF on 12 March 2018. At the dialogue session, SCDF updated on the performance-based (PB) fire safety regulatory framework, such as the list and number of PB projects, as well as number of practising fire safety
engineers. SCDF also reminded FSE’s on the continuing professional education (CPE) fulfilment and submission requirements. There was also a sharing by SCDF on common fire engineering scenarios and acceptance criteria, as well as on administrative
processes and technical considerations relating to different PB submission scenarios. There was good discussion and clarifications between SCDF and the FSEs relating to the above mentioned topics.
FSSD appreciated the feedback, and would like to thank participants for taking their precious time to attend the dialogue session. FSEs who attended the dialogue session will also be awarded 3 CPE hours. A separate email will be sent to notify the FSEs
who qualify for these 3 CPE hours.
A summary of the discussion is available for download below:
This year's annual FSE Dialogue Session was held at HQ SCDF on 17 Mar 2017. At the dialogue session, participants were updated on the PB regulatory system, FSE CPE program, the FSE portal, sharing on good practices for putting up markup
drawings, as well as guidelines on common fire engineering design issues. These were followed by a Q&A session. FSSD would like to thank all the participants for their feedback. A summary of the discussion is available for download