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Topic Title: AIRFIELD ENGINEERING
Topic Summary: Where is the Mechanical Engineering Technical Discussions?
Created On: 13 May 2011 05:23 PM
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 13 May 2011 05:23 PM
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danielscott

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Why all of a sudden do we have an Airfield Engineering Topic, when for a few years now, we Mechanicals have been calling for a Mechanical Engineering Technical Discussion heading, to which the response seemed to be , "Use the Manufacturing Heading for your discussions"
 13 May 2011 05:42 PM
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kasese

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Daniel,
Well it was the Institution of Electrical Engineers - we mechanicals are second class :

Tim Guy
 14 May 2011 09:42 PM
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moregan

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We Engineers are all third class now - we're being run for the benefit of career journalists.
 20 May 2012 03:45 PM
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PAS

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Joined: 13 December 2010

I think you all have a good point. However, rather than bitching about it why not join the electricals and contribute collectively to looking at suitable qualifications & competency etc for airfield engineering personnel whether electrical, mechanical, civil, optical. Afterall, if you look at the airfield lighting specifically (and that is what the AGL Competency & Safety Working Group is doing in the absence of anything else fro the CAA , H&S Executive or otherwise ), and inset lighting in the pavement particularly, then all 4 engineering aspects are DIRECTLY involved. Details can be obtained from Steve Martin on steve.martin@emcoruk.com Regards. Keith COSTALL
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