One-Day Conference on the Operation & Maintenance
of Safety Instrumented Systems
[Sponsored by InstMC Safety Panel]
SIS PRACTICES FOR LATE LIFECYCLE PHASES
To be held at:
The Centre, Birchwood Park, Warrington WA3 6YN
Tuesday 25 June 2013
DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND, THIS CONFERENCE – HELD IN LONDON IN 2012 – IS NOW BEING RE-RUN IN THE NORTH WEST:
BRINGING TOGETHER A RANGE OF EXPERTS AND PRACTITIONERS
TO EXPLORE POSSIBLE APPROACHES TO THE LATE LIFECYCLE PHASES,
AND PROMOTE AN EXCHANGE VIEWS FOR THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF SAFETY INSTRUMENTED SYSTEMS.
Please click here: SIS Practices for Late Lifecycle Phases (161.59 kB) for the conference registration form
Elections: Council (Institute of Measurement and Control) 2014
The Institute’s Council is the members’ elected body to foster and promote their interests in the Institute. The Council’s primary role is to advise the Trustees on Institute affairs and to represent, in particular, the members’ views in these matters. Through its dialogue with the Board, Council therefore makes an important contribution to the running of the Institute.
Four vacancies will be arising for nationally elected Ordinary Members of the Council in 2014 and nominations to fill these vacancies are now invited. Corporate and eligible non-Corporate members (i.e. Licentiates registered as IEng and Associate Members registered as EngTech,) may stand for election provided they are nominated by six members in their category (i.e. Corporate or non-Corporate), are in good standing (i.e. fully paid-up), and countersign the nomination form to indicate their consent to nomination.
P J Martindale
Chief Executive Officer and Secretary
1 May 2013
The Institute since 2007 – Review of Progress
Please click here: InstMC Progress Report v2 (1) (889.5 kB) to see the Reavill Review - A review of the Institute's progress since 2007
The attached Review of the Institute’s progress since 2007 was presented by Dr Lawrie Reavill* to our Council at its meeting in October 2012.
Some members may recall that in 2006 Dr Reavill was commissioned to take an independent look at the Institute and recommend options for its future direction. In January 2007 Council considered his recommendations and implemented a programme of change. The current Review looks at how successful, or otherwise, this programme has been.
Chief Executive & Secretary
*Dr Reavill is from the Cass Business School, City University, London and is a member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers