Beirut Explosion, 2020 A catastrophic explosion in Lebanon’s capital Beirut killed more than 200 people from 14 nationalities and injured another 7000. Within a few minutes on August 4, 2020, presented history’s largest accidental non-nuclear explosion. The damage caused was immeasurable, the massive blast created a 140m wide crater and an earthquake of 3.3 magnitude. … Read more
Used widely across many industries, storage tanks are durable and long-lasting. However, many run the risk of damage if proper care is not practised. An imploded tank can cause your business valuable time and finances, so read on to discover one of the common causes of this equipment failure and what to look out for.
Fire, broken down machines, electrical and motor vehicle failures can grind operations to a halt and cost businesses a lot of money. When unfortunate incidents like these happen, companies would want to find the cause of the problem, fix it, and get compensated by their insurers as quickly as possible to resume operations. On the … Read more
As mentioned in the headline news, there’s nationwide category-3 flooding in Malaysia, and thousands of businesses and factories suffered from damaged assets and halted production. Category-3 flood is the most severe level of flooding, where humans & properties are contaminated with water and soil from sewers, waste lines, seawater, or rising river waters that potentially … Read more
With a solid 44 year combined experience in law enforcement and forensic sciences, John Horswell is renowned for scientifically investigating the cause of a fire and explosion. In July 2020, John Horswell is invited to assist a high profile murder trial of Nazrin Hassan in Malaysia. John Horswell’s expertise is needed to cross-examine the prosecution … Read more