Fire Fighting Foams – Controversy, Concerns, Carbon Chains and Controls

Presenter(s): Barry Chesson

This presentation by Barry Chesson will examine the chemistry, characteristics and application of firefighting foams, recent developments on the regulatory front in Australia, together with current knowledge and positions being adopted with respect to human health impacts, limitations, risks and future direction. One part of the presentation will touch on risk communication principles and techniques relevant to the PFAS controversy.

Posted on 19/06/2021

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