Paul Meenan – Emergency Lighting Conference 2017
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28 June 2017 | Cavendish Conference Centre | London

Paul Meenan

TfL

Paul Meenan began his career as an electrician and progressed through the ranks of site and project engineer. He has had the unique experience of having worked his way up through each level of the supply chain from subcontractor to client. He has also worked for the big four along that journey, on London Underground station rewires, Network rail station builds and refurbishments, Train Operating Companies (TOCs) and Docklands Light Railway. He has spent the last five years as an asset engineer specifying requirements and accepting new or altered assets on behalf of employers.

  • Wednesday 28 June 2017
    • 11:10 am

      Panel discussion: Standards and specifications post-Grenfell

      Speakers: Alan Daniels of P4, Paul Meenan of TfL
      What are the implications of the fire in Grenfell Tower for owners, specifiers and suppliers of emergency lighting systems? How will the tragedy effect the specification, standards, installation and inspection of such equipment? Our panelists explore the issues.
    • 4:40 pm

      Panel Discussion: Emergency lighting’s role in the IoT

      Speakers: Alan Daniels of P4, Andy Davies of Harvard, Dave Henderson of Advanced, David Wright of ELP, Gary Van Blerk of Store Maintenance, Paul Meenan of TfL
      Industry experts are predicting that the lighting will soon be part of the so-called ‘Internet of Things’ where various services in buildings communicate and are controlled via an Internet-Protocol network. Emergency lighting is well placed to benefit from this trend and in theory this could make the monitoring and regular testing of the installation easier. Our panel debates the merits of IoT-connected emergency lighting.