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Judith Hackitt to reflect on cross-sector safety learnings five years on from Grenfell
Dame Judith Hackitt, who led the independent review into building regulations and fire safety for the UK Government after the Grenfell Tower fire five years ago, will reflect on the importance of cross-sector hazards learnings in a prestigious lecture.
New IChemE President focusses on the importance of ethical thinking
David Bogle CEng FREng FIChemE has been elected as the 81st President of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). Bogle’s Presidential Address was delivered from Savoy Place, London, UK, only 100 metres from the site where IChemE’s first meeting took place 100 years ago.
World Engineering Day campaigner recognised with Queen’s Birthday Honour
Dr Marlene Kanga, who campaigned for a global engineering day, has been recognised in the 2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours List in Australia.
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