• Michael Forbes, President

Firepoint: call for articles and advertisers

The Victorian Association of Fire Investigators are currently seeking articles, photographs and other fire investigation-related materials for publication in the next issue of Firepoint, the Australian fire investigation industry periodical.

Have you recently examined a particularly interesting or difficult fire scene? Did you take photographs of any unusual burn patterns or other fire cause indicators? Did you determine an unusual mechanism of fire cause? Were you able to establish a complex sequence of ignition? These are all great reasons to submit an article to Firepoint. Consider writing an article to educate and inform your colleagues.

To contribute to the next Firepoint issue, send all prospective articles to the editor for review. A publication date for the next Firepoint issue will soon be announced; keep an eye on the NSWAFI website for details.

Looking for exposure for your business in Australia's most widely-read fire investigation publication? Consider advertising in Firepoint. Advertise your brand to the entire Australian fire investigation industry at competitive advertising rates. Reach out to potential clients and participate in our growing industry. Contact the editor for more information.



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