Lunch and Learns

It’s true: the more your people know, the better job they can do. Unfortunately, there is so much to know that it's tough to sort out what's vital and what's not. And it's tough to keep up with all the changes.

The Lunch and Learn sessions from 30 distill the information on each topic that makes a difference. They're presented in a lively, interactive way that engages your team in learning. And of course, lunch (or breakfast) is served.

Typical Lunch & Learn Topics

Biomechanics, Personal Injury and Human Factors

  • Biomechanics: The Science of Injury Causation
  • Biomechanics: The Anatomy of Low Speed Collisions and Injuries
  • Biomechanics: Current Science in Concussion and Head Injury
  • Personal Injury: Advanced Investigation of Slips, Trips & Falls and Personal Injury Claims
  • Personal Injury: What's New In Slip & Falls - Testing Devices
  • Human Factors: What would a ‘Normal’ Driver do?
  • Human Factors: Understanding why collisions happen
  • Human Factors: Human Behaviour in non-MVC claims

Civil/Structural & Building Code:

  • Building Code: Standards & Compliance
  • Building Code: Active and Passive Fire Protection
  • Building Science: Roofs & Walls
  • Fire Code: Retrofit Requirements
  • Structural: Damage Assessment & Remediation

Collision Reconstruction & Heavy Trucks

  • MVA: Accident Reconstruction and Investigation Techniques for Fraudulent MVA Claims
  • MVA: Documentation Techniques of Vehicle Damage for Insurance Field Personnel
  • MVA: Essentials of Accident Reconstruction
  • MVA: Night Time Visibility & Accidents Involving Pedestrians
  • MVA: The Future of Accident Reconstruction & The Emergence of the Autonomous Vehicle
  • MVA: Low Speed Collisions
  • MVA: Black Box Interrogation
  • Heavy Trucks 101 to 401: From Basics to Reconstruction
  • The First 48: The Ideal Response to Truck Collisions
  • A Trial Lawyer’s Primer on Trucks

Contaminated Sites

  • Fuel Oil Releases: Failure Investigation, Response, Management & Remediation

Construction Claims

  • Construction Claims: An Overview
  • Project Advisory Services
  • Dispute Resolution Services


  • The Fundamentals of Electrical Losses and Claims
  • North American Electrical Reliability Corporation Standards and Compliance


  • Fire: Big Loss or Little: The Difference Deep Forensic Expertise Can Make
  • Fire: Common Causes of Electrical Fires
  • Fire Scene Management and Safety


  • Forensic Practice
  • Forensic Surveying: Utilizing 3D Point Clouds in Forensic Investigations
  • Photogrammetry: Leveraging Photos to Extrapolate 3D Information

Geotechnical Engineering/Mining

  • The Foundations of Geotechnical and Mining at 30FE

Materials Failure, HVAC & Piping

  • Materials: Product Liability
  • The Mechanical Room: 4 Part Series
  1. Boilers: From Basics to Breakdowns
  2. Chillers & A/C Components
  3. Generators, Motors & Systems
  4. Fire Sprinkler Systems, Lab Tour & Subrogation Overview


  • Common Issues and Risks Faced in Demolition, as They Relate to the Occupation Health & Safety Act
  • Emerging Designated Substances Issues – Arsenic & Lead
  • Environmental Engineering Challenges in Property Losses
  • Lessons Learned Applying Project Management Best Practices to Large Loss Remediation Projects
  • The Importance of Analytics in Assessing Water and Fire Loss Events
  • The Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Remediation

Renewable Energy

  • PV Operations & Risk Assessment

Transportation Safety

  • Transportation Safety: Current trends in road authority liability
  • Transportation Safety:  Municipal risk management workshop
  • Transportation Safety: Pedestrian safety and risk management
  • Transportation Safety: Bicycle safety and risk management
  • Transportation Safety: Nighttime Collisions - The importance of lighting and delineation
  • Transportation Safety: Winter Road Maintenance – The changing landscape

Arrange a Lunch & Learn now
Call: 416-368-1700
Toll free: 1-800-564-5313


  • One to two hours, typically during breakfast or lunch
  • Without charge – it’s our way of strengthening existing relationships and building new ones
  • Held at your offices – if that’s best – or ours
  • Customized around the level of expertise and concerns of your staff
  • Usually has a set agenda and presentation, along with a question period
  • Refreshments served
  • Led by experts from 30 Forensic Engineering