An event focusing on overheating in hospital buildings
Important insight for all Estates & Facilities Managers into ensuring compliance of their Ventilation systems.
Star Trek led the way with many modern technologies, from sliding doors to mobile communicators. Now the “tricorder” has moved from science fiction to science fact. The Star Trek version was a multifunctional device for scanning, analysing and recording data. With today’s technologies, hand-held devices can be used for the same purpose, in a number of fields, including medical diagnostics.
As part of its commitment to the NHS Sustainability Day, IHEEM is pleased to support the series of roadshows designed to allow NHS staff around the country to participate in the national campaign whilst minimising their travel time and carbon footprint.
The next East Midlands Branch meeting is to take place on Thursday 13th November 2014. This is a visit and tour of City Electrical Factors Factory followed by a presentation.
The sixth annual WES Student conference for undergraduate women in engineering and technology - brings together over 150 students and engineers to celebrate their shared passion and to open student's eyes to career possibilities.
Engineering Inspiration - the sixth annual WES student conference - brings together over 150 students and engineers to celebrate a shared passion in engineering and technology and to open students' eyes to career possibilities.
Lighting: The easiest way to cut energy in healthcare Lighting in the NHS is often over five years’ old, on 24 hours a day and based on inefficient technology.
The Republic of Ireland has recently launched a new Branch Committee of the Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estates Management and would like to invite all colleagues that have an interest in clinical and non-clinical aaspects of Healthcare provision, including Engineering, Estates Management of Facilities, Decontamination and Infection Prevention and Control, to participate in this focused Quality in Healthcare Seminar.
Scale Control in Commercial Secondary Hot Water Systems
The next Northern Ireland Branch Event will be held at the Dunsilly Hotel, Antrim on 20th November 2014 between 12 noon and 2pm.
The Presentation on Alternative Heating Technologies will be given by Jamie Boyd of Glen Dimplex Northern Ireland.
NAHFO Annual Fire Safety Seminar
An introduction and history about himself and his working life from apprentice HGV Mechanic up to today as a DVSA Vehicle Examiner.
An introduction and history about himself and his working life from apprentice HGV Mechanic up to today as a DVSA Vehicle Examiner . An outline of what he does at the roadside. A breakdown of mechanical defects, load defects and situations encountered on HGV, trailers, PSV, LGV, Car, Taxi and others. The PowerPoint presentation has numerous pictures and also uses lots of Video.
The presentation will be held at the Holiday Inn Express Newport, off junction 28 M4, NP10 8BB, on Tuesday 25th November 6.45pm for 7pm start. A Buffet will be provided.
Although this is not a Healthcare specific event, it is general engineering related and may be of interest.
For further details please contact Graham Jones on 01633 213160
BG01 has become recognised as industrial best practice
for steam and hot water boilers, and as part of BG01 the
legal requirement to carry out a “Technical Boilerhouse Risk
Assessment” under the Health and Safety at Work Regulations
1999 (MHSWR) has been highlighted.
The next meeting will be on 26th November 2014 and will be hosted by Getinge Lancer UK Ltd
There will be a visit to the Endoscopy Unit at Fairfield General Hospital, Bury along with a presentation by Wayne Spencer.
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