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Non Destructive Testing – 21-22 March 2017 – Sheffield – covering the latest techniques and technologies for NDT
As a supporter of the event, Safety and Reliability Society members can register at the IMechE member rate.
22nd – 24th March 2017, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
Technical excellence is no longer enough to guarantee career success. No matter your current position, whether you’ve been in charge of a team for ten days or ten years, Essential Management Skills 2017 (EMS 2017) will leave you motivated to chase after your career goals. Over three days, EMS 2017 will improve your ability to step up and manage yourself, projects and teams. Take control of your development and learn how to lead others. Through workshops, exclusive site visits, presentations and interactive challenges, EMS will give insight into leadership, communication and project management skills. Plus attendees will have the chance to work with like-minded engineers and gain practices ready to take back to the workplace.
As a supporter of the event, Safety and Reliability Society members can register at the IMechE member rate. View the full programme and register your place at www.imeche.org/ems
ALARP: Risk Management for Engineering27th – 28th March 2017, Birmingham, UK
With the application of ALARP varying greatly depending on technical and economic context, ALARP: Risk Management for Engineering will bring together thought-leaders across the engineering functions to discuss solutions in risk management. This popular one-day seminar returns to explore the various methods of implementing ALARP in different engineering contexts and how to demonstrate that it has been implemented correctly. Sectors covered include Rail, Oil and Gas, Power and Defence. Furthermore, ensure effective cost benefit analysis and understand the difference between legislative compliance and the legal position of ensuring risk is ALARP at our interactive workshop taking place on 27th March 2017, which will focus on core cross-industry challenges.
As a supporter of the event, Safety and Reliability Society members can register at the IMechE member rate. View the full programme and register your place at www.imeche.org/alarp
Nuclear Engineering for Safety, Control and Security Seminar and Workshop which is taking place on 29-30 March 2017.
The 5th Nuclear Engineering conference provides a perfect forum for hearing from the ONR about what is expected of personnel working in nuclear facilities whilst learning from engineers, managers and other specialists implementing solutions to challenges the whole industry faces, whatever the facility.
The challenges in nuclear engineering are many. This two-day conference concentrates on the techniques and methods used to ensure safety and security whatever the facility.
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