This event put on by Accident Specialist & co-hosted by Training & Mobility Solutions will allow you not only to hear, experience and share in the various subject matter presentations but also give you a full scale crash scenario. You will be able to witness first-hand actual crash scenarios, followed by the documenting and recording of the results of the crash scenarios by the presenters and assisting specialist, with the results ultimately being compared to that of real life situations.

Date: 27th and 28th October 2016

Venue:

Day 1: The Classic Room, Greyville | Convention Centre, 150 Avondale Road, Greyville, Durban.

Day 2:Durban (Venue to be confirmed)

Greyville Convention Centre, The Classic Room – 150 Avondale Road, Durban 08h00 – 16h00

Day 1 – 27th October
08h00 – 08h45Compulsory Registration with Coffee and Tea
Master of Ceremonies – Mr Patrick O’Leary

Patrick is a highly respected authority in the transport industry. He has been in transport industry his entire life and is the owner and Managing editor of the leading trucking magazine in Southern Africa, Fleet Watch.

08h45 – 09h00Welcome by Mr Craig Proctor-Parker (www.accidentspecialist.co.za) / AIRE 2016)
09h00 – 09h30Address by guest speaker
Session 1:

09h30 – 10h15

“Civil Engineering Perspective” by Mr Louis Roodt

(B.Eng : Civil; B.Eng. Hon. Civil; M.Eng : Transportation)

Louis is currently a Senior lecturer at the University of Stellenbosch and has published and presented various papers throughout his career.

Questions and answers
Session 2:

10h30 – 11h15

“Roll over Case Study” by Mrs Wilna Badenhorst

(BSc: Mathematics & Applied Mathematics; Accident Reconstruction – Northwestern University)

Wilna, originally from the CSIR has been in private practice at Forensic Road Crash Investigation Services, as a specialist consultant in crash investigation and reconstruction.

Questions and answers
Session 3:

11h30 – 12h15

“Analytical study of vehicle defects & their contribution to road accidents” by Mr Shaun Moodley

(BTech. (Civil Engineering) Post Grad. Dip. Civil & MTech. Civil)

Shaun is a professional technologist employed at eThekwini Municipality. Although his current focus area is road asset management, he is passionate about road safety with particular interest in vehicle defects and their contribution to road accidents.

Questions and answers
12h30 – 13h30LUNCH
Session 4:

13h30 – 14h15

“Road Safety Statistics – Rollover: by Mrs Melissa Groenewaldt

(CE: Civil Engineering; MS: Transportation); Accident Reconstruction – Northwestern University)

Melissa is employed as Aurecon Consulting and specializes in all aspects of road safety.

Questions and answers
Session 5:

14h30 – 15h15

“An Industry: Academic partnership which will keep us Rolling” by Dr James Casten

(Hons: Chemistry & Physics; PhD : Organic Chemistry)

James was recruited from Varsity to Goodyear International on pure & applied Rubber Chemistry and Technology. James was transferred to SA in 1983 from Goodyear International and has subsequently joined NMMU as a lecturer. He is the Project Manager in the Centre for Rubber Science & Technology (CRST) with special responsibility for the new Product Test Institute.

Description: James casten

Questions and answers
Briefing on the Crash Event for Day 2 by Mr Luchas Steenkamp (www.tmsmobility.co.za / AIRE 2016)

Day 2 – 28th October
The venue for the Crash (Roll-over) will be distributed to all registered attendees closer to the event
08h00 – 09h00Arrival and strictly controlled entry with Coffee and Tea
09h00 – 09h15Welcome by Mr Craig Proctor-Parker (www.accidentspecialist.co.za / AIRE 2016)
09h15 – 09h45Setup and preparation for roll-over
10h00Roll-over
Immediately

post-crash

Make safe (fire and rescue / medical)
10h05 – 12h05Identify factors

Marking of scene

Photography and recording scene

Removal of instruments (crash dummies; cameras; etc.)

Inspection of scene, vehicle & occupants by attendees

12h05Light Lunch
13h05Closing Brief

Event Scope

This event put on by Accident Specialist & co-hosted by Training & Mobility Solutions will allow you not only to hear, experience and share in the various subject matter presentations but also give you a full scale crash scenario. You will be able to witness first-hand actual crash scenarios, followed by the documenting and recording of the results of the crash scenarios by the presenters and assisting specialist, with the results ultimately being compared to that of real life situations.

This year’s event will see a high speed rollover of a minibus type vehicle. The vehicle will also carry various “occupants”, likewise the vehicle will house cameras and extensive telemetry. The event is aimed at enhancing the understanding of all practitioners who may have any direct or indirect interest in the field of traffic crash investigation, reconstruction, cause analysis and the many related facets.

Attendees are welcome to record and photograph the event (from allocated safe areas) and will be afforded the opportunity to closely inspect the aftermath. Access to the presentations as well as categorised video footage, photographs, diagrams, measurements and on board telemetry information from the crash scenario undertaken on day two will be available to all attendees via Dropbox notification to your email, at a later date.

Directions to event (Day 1)

Approximately 5 -10 minutes from Durban beachfront

From Durban (Beachfront area), travel up (West) on Sandile Thusi Road (Formerly Argyle Road) for approximately 1.95 km`s, to the intersection of Avondale road. Turn left into Avondale road and travelled along Avondale Road for approximately 750 meters, to the entrance of the Greyville Racecourse at 150 Avondale Road. Enter here and be guided to the parking area. For those that have GPS, your coordinates for this main gate are as follows: S 29 50 26.43 / E 31 0 44.10

If you are lost, please feel free to call Suman on 0837877903

Directions to event (Day 2)

Will be advised/distributed to all registered attendees closer to the event

Note: Sufficient on-site parking is available on both days.

Registering for the event & attendance fee:

All attendees are required to be registered for and have paid for the event by no later than the Wednesday the 1st October 2014, no late entries will be accepted; no entries will be accepted on the day. Space is limited so it is advisable to book early to avoid disappointment.

Registration forms are attached hereto and are required to be signed by the attendee, no signature no entry.

Attendance, entry to the event for the entire event (both days) is at a cost of R2500.00 per person.

Payment is to reflect the attendees name as a reference, no refunds at all will be entertained, likewise no other person may attend than the person registered and signed for on the registration and indemnity form, this is in terms of the event insurance and safety requirements.

Please complete the registration form attached hereto and either fax or e-mail it to the organiser along with proof of payment to the number / e-mail provided. Please note that once attendees have registered and paid, you will be e-mailed and/or faxed a confirmation of registration.

General information:

The day two crash testing is being conducted at open air facilities, as such it is suggested that you take the necessary precautions, such as with the use of hats, sun screen and wear comfortable clothing.

Viewing of events will be from restricted elevated positions, some chairs are being provided, however you are welcome to bring your own.

Although basic refreshment lunch is provided, please feel free to bring your own water and/or refreshments as you feel fit.

All reasonable safety precautions will be implemented and as such no attendee will be permitted within the demarcated and cordoned crash testing area, nor will entry to the event be permitted without having signed the gate entry book and likewise entry will be strictly prohibited if your registration and indemnity form is not signed. No entry will be allowed to any persons not wearing their provided name tag (lanyard).

Event types and times may change due to unforeseen circumstances; however, all efforts will be made to remain as close as possible to the schedule.


We are proud to have the approval of the South African Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (SAiosh) for the Africa Investigation and Reconstruction Exhibition (AIRE) event. Their attending Saiosh members will received 5 Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points.


Accommodation and travel services:

Travel to and from the two venues is entirely the concern of the attendees. All accommodation and travel arrangements are your own responsibility.

Organiser:

Please feel free to contact the organiser should you wish to find out any further information:

Contacts031 3095327(Amy / Charlotte)admin101@accidentspecialist.co.za
012 683 8057(Marlene)admin@tmsmobility.co.za
083 787 7903(Suman)suman@accidentspecialist.co.za
Fax0866 138 407
Physical AddSuite 104, First Floor, Wheeler House, Entrance 12A De Mazenod Road, Greyville, Durban
Webwww.accidentspecialist.co.za

 

PLEASE NOTE:

ENTRY TO THE EVENT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED SHOULD THIS FORM NOT BE SIGNED

Click below to download the AIRE 2016 application form

AIRE 2016 application form

Complete & fax or email this form along with your proof of payment to:

0866 138 407 or email to: admin101@accidentspecialist.co.za

Banking details:

Accident Specialist

Nedbank Musgrave:
Account Number: 1301 244 643
Branch Code: 1301 26
Reference: The following format is to be used as payment reference: CT “Your Name”

Example: CT John Paul