Improving Passive Fire Protection Systems Article Published in Offshore Engineer
MMI Engineering (MMI) is featured in an article entitled "Improving Passive Fire Protection Systems" in Offshore Engineer magazine on pages 26-27 in the April 2017 edition.
Coinciding with the magazine's focus on asset integrity, the article discusses the importance of Passive Fire Protection (PFP) and how, more often than not, incorrect systems are specified and installed, a practice which compromises safety and loss prevention.
The article also details The Hydrocarbon Passive Fire Protection Network (PFPNet), an independent, subscription-funded body launched and currently administered by MMI, which focuses on educating, training, researching key topics, and clarifying points of confusion for those that work with fireproofing materials and systems. It is PFPNet's intention to improve the quality of PFP applications in hydrocarbon industries.
MMI provides technical consulting services to most industry sectors, specializing in the management of man-made and natural hazards. Their blend of expertise is drawn from a pool of professionals that stem from a wide range of scientific and engineering backgrounds. MMI understands underlying regulation and statutory requirements that define their client's needs and are always able to see the relevance of their studies - no matter how detailed and specialized - in the wider context.
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