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Co-sponsored Events

As a supporter of the events listed on this page, Safety and Reliability Society members can register at member/discounted rates. Please see the individual events for the member/discounted rates available for SaRS Members/Co-Sponsors/Supporters

If your organisation is interested in a co-sponsorship agreement for your event, please email us info@sars.org.uk


IMechE Events

Discount for Safety and Reliability Society members: select “supporting organisation” or contact us on eventenquiries@imeche.org and mention your SaRS membership to save on your place.

Bulk Handling for Large Infrastructure Projects
28 February 2018, London, UK
www.imeche.org/bulkhandling

With the UK government planning on investing £300 billion into infrastructure projects by 2020/21, bulk materials handling will be increasingly in demand in the next three years. Bulk Handling in Large Infrastructure Projects is the only event specifically focused on best practice in bulk management. Attend the event to hear how challenges have been managed by experts on major infrastructure projects, as well as plans for future projects. Hear about the latest technologies and techniques to reduce cost and energy usage in your planned projects.  Network and share experience with experts, including waste recovery managers, tunnelling project managers and tunnelling engineers from engineering companies, contractors and solution providers.

Reliability of Systems and Equipment Operated in Harsh Environments
6 March 2018, London, UK
www.imeche.org/reliabilityharshenvironments

Systems and equipment operating in harsh environments are subject to particularly severe conditions, including: dust, radioactivity, extreme temperatures, pressures and high winds. Such conditions need to be taken into account to ensure asset reliability and to assist in saving costs and man-hours, reduce maintenance needs and guarantee safety. Gain key insights into how a range of industries including wind power, nuclear power, aerospace, defence and oil and gas address challenges and avoid failures. Take advantage of unique lessons learnt on how to design, operate, manage and maintain your assets in extreme conditions for efficiency and effective service. Address key areas of concern around reliability in harsh conditions with your peers and industry thought leaders.

Essential Management Skills 2018
18–20 April 2018, Coventry, UK
www.imeche.org/ems

Engineering managers need to offer more than just technical excellence. This three-day conference will equip today’s engineers with the skills required for success within line and project management roles. Attend this event to improve your ability to manage yourself, projects and teams. You can also take the opportunity to gain a Level 3 Award in First Line Management, awarded by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).

 


 

For all other events and information on meetings and courses please see the green button links above. Thank you for you continued support for the Society’s events and meetings.