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Grenfell is the industry's Piper Alpha says CIBSE

Grenfell is the industry's Piper Alpha says CIBSE

The recent passage of the Building Safety Act is a welcome recognition of the fact that making safe buildings is a highly skilled operation says the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, endorsing the need for more effective regulation and a profound change in culture.

Government announce further support for business as they transition to UKCA marking regime

Paul Scully, Minister for London and Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Small Business, Consumers and Labour Markets) released a statement on 20 June 2022, announcing Government plans to make it easier for small businesses to move to the new UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) marking regime.

Health and Safety Executive supports workers’ health at Great Britain’s construction sites

Construction sites across Great Britain are to be targeted as part of a month-long respiratory health initiative by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

Time for a major upgrade of buildings to create healthier indoor environments, says report

Time for a major upgrade of buildings to create healthier indoor environments, says report

Government must seize the post-pandemic opportunity to mandate long-term improvements to infection control in commercial, public and residential buildings to reduce the transmission of future waves of COVID-19, new pandemics, seasonal influenza and other infectious diseases, according to a report published by the National Engineering Policy Centre (NEPC).

Panasonic confirmed as Gold Exhibitor for CIBSE Build2Perform Live 2022

Panasonic confirmed as Gold Exhibitor for CIBSE Build2Perform Live 2022

The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) are pleased to welcome Panasonic as a Gold Exhibitor for Build2Perform Live 2022.

Kevin Mitchell leads CIBSE Council in inspiring the next generation

In the role for just over a month, CIBSE President, Kevin Mitchell has had a busy few weeks. At the start of his presidency, Kevin launched the #CIBSE125Challenges. As outlined within his inaugural address, Kevin has one theme for the year ahead: to inspire the next generation, two goals: to pay forward the support received to those starting their careers and to share how building services engineers are vital to the transition to net zero carbon and in fighting climate change, and finally five challenges: Celebrate, Inspire, Boost, Share and Engage.

CIBSE now assessing for RPEQ

On 26 May, CIBSE invited Evelyn Story, Board Member for Professional Engineers Queensland to speak at the launch event for CIBSE’s Assessment scheme and to talk to CIBSE members about the registration scheme and requirements under the Professional Engineering Act.

CIBSE and BEIS launch new free guidance for large heat pump installations in non-domestic buildings

CIBSE and BEIS launch new free guidance for large heat pump installations in non-domestic buildings

The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) have launched new guidance AM17: Heat pumps for large non-domestic buildings.

United in celebrating the work and impact of building services professionals

United in celebrating the work and impact of building services professionals

Kevin Mitchell, President CIBSE and ASHRAE President, Mick Shwedler met on 16 May 2022, providing an opportunity to discuss their goals for the year ahead and how the two organisations can continue to work and support each other and their members internationally.

2022 ANZ Seminar Series – Speakers Confirmed

To raise the tide of all buildings to Good, the ANZ Seminar Series will bring you a great line-up of speakers and panellists to explain the design practices and strategies needed across all stages of the building cycle.

BESA back CIBSE President's 'Inspire the next Generation' Vision

BESA back CIBSE President's 'Inspire the next Generation' Vision

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) congratulated Mitchell on taking up this influential position and called for greater collaboration between industry bodies, employers, academia, and individual engineers to turn his vision into reality.

Mechanical Services Training pilot seeking participants

CIBSE ANZ is broadening its support of the Science, Art and Practice of building services engineering by offering discipline specific training modules designed for engineers and industry professional in the Australia and New Zealand region. The training and guidance is based on a mix of CIBSE guidance and local regulations and standards designed with the purpose of enhancing the industry’s understanding of building services engineering and collaborative work experience across disciplines and across the supply chain.