Engineers Ireland is seeking entries for this year’s MEETA Awards – designed to recognise the best of the best in asset management and reliability. The awards highlight and reward the ingenuity shown by those in maintenance and asset management in providing value to their companies
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The Irish Maintenance and Asset Management Society (MEETA) Awards are a premier awards selection for those working in asset management and reliability.

MEETA is a society within Engineers Ireland that actively encourages and promotes the implementation of best practice in industrial maintenance. The awards highlight and reward the ingenuity shown by those in maintenance and asset management in providing value to their companies.

This year, the MEETA Industry Awards are sponsored by AESSEAL® and consist of four award categories:

  • Technology: technically based maintenance projects;
  • Management: management of maintenance and assets;
  • Health and Safety: integrated management approach to safe maintenance; and,
  • Environment: projects that demonstrate energy efficiency or have an environmental impact

Companies who have been successful and make it on to the short list will present their projects to the adjudication panel in late October (date to be confirmed).

Entries for the AESSEAL® 2016 MEETA Industry Awards close Friday, October 7, 2016.

Entry forms and further information are available from www.engineersireland.ie or by contacting Colm Murphy, Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Tel: (01) 665 1348 or Email: cmurphy@engineersireland.ie.

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The Irish Maintenance and Asset Management Society (MEETA) Awards are a premier awards selection for those working in asset management and reliability. MEETA is a society within Engineers Ireland that actively encourages and promotes the implementation of best practice in industrial maintenance. The awards highlight and reward the ingenuity shown...