Day 239 Task – IChemE Get Chartered Workshop

I was recently appointed as a facilitator to help several colleagues in our School of Chemical & Energy Engineering to be a Chartered Engineer under IChemE. For that, I came to this workshop as facilitator to guide and help our friends.

Thank you for joining 2nd part of the Get Chartered Workshop. We apologize for the delay in sending out invitation as our program approval is still pending. Nevertheless, we will proceed with the workshop and certificate/invitation will be provided after the workshop.

I would like to remind the participants to complete your Form C and Technical Report before the workshop on 26th of August 2020, and send it to your respectively facilitators (please refer to the list below).

Location of the workshop will be announced tomorrow.

Facilitator: Prof Sharifah
1. Ho Wai Shin
2. Nadia Adrus
3. Zarina (26th only)

Facilitator: Dr Lim Jeng Shiun
1. Agus
2. Nazri

Facilitator: AP Dr. Mazura
1. Alafiza
2. Arif
3. Norafneeza (26th only)

Facilitator: Dr. Zaki Yamani
1. Azizul
2. Lai Jau Choy

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Engineering capability review raises safety concerns

The Article which was categorized under Risk and Safety section was written by Adam Duckett and published in The New Chemical Engineer Online portal on the 16th of March 2020.

FATALITIES and accidents at work are likely to increase, and a better understanding of engineering capacity and capability is needed for engineering to intervene, says a report from the Royal Academy of Engineering.

Global Engineering Capability Review, the first report from a new £15m (US$18.7m) partnership between RAEng and Lloyds Register, reviews the ability of 99 countries to conduct key engineering activities in a safe and innovative way. It notes that around 1,000 people die every day due to an accident at work, and that data from the International Labour Organization shows that fatal accidents are on the rise in many developing economies as more money is pumped into new infrastructure projects and upgrades.

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Day 11 Task: Renewal of BEM Membership

Every year, I have to renew my professional membership and affiliation with BEM, IEM, IChemE and MBOT. I have made the renewal for IEM few days ago. However, I have not completed the renewal process for the remaining BEM, IChemE and MBOT. Before renewing for BEM, all professional engineer must record their CPD before they can pay for renewal. Today, on a peaceful and beautiful Saturday, a public holiday and rest day, I took the opportunity to add on more for my CPD and complete the renewal. Alhamdulillah. Next to be renewed is MBOT and IChemE.

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IChemE Renewal for 2015

Any professional membership organization we are a member off requires us to pay the annual fee. Me, not excluded. I have to pay membership for BEM, IEM and IChemE. The more membership bodies we are attached to, the more fees we need to pay. Glad that I have successfully paid my IChemE fee today using credit card via a temporary payment gateway that ICheme used (paypal).

I think it is good if I can share what are the amount of fee that I paid for:

  • BEM = RM200
  • IEM = RM150
  • IChemE = RM625

What do you think of that?


Board of Engineers Malaysia extended my Professional Engineer status for 2015

Today, I just received the new certificate of professional engineer membership renewal from Board of Engineers, Malaysia (BEM). I solute BEM big time because it processed my membership swiftly and smoothly. Everything was done online, CPD record, payment and registration. Well done BEM!!!