Registration rewards for Rachael Litiya at RGM
Rachael Litiya, Contaminated Sites Management (CSM) Consultant at RGM in South Africa, has recently achieved Registered Scientist status with the South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions (SACNASP). SACNASP is the legislated regulatory body for natural science practitioners in South Africa.
Registration is equivalent to chartership, and Rachael is now a registered Certificated Natural Scientist in the field of environmental science. Rachael began her career in environmental consultancy some nine years ago, specialising in contaminated site management within the oil and gas and chemical manufacturing industries. Through her time working on both national and international projects, Rachael has developed her specialist skills in environmental site assessments and environmental due diligence, which is reflected in her achievement of SACNASP Registered Scientist status.
Congratulations to Rachael on her achievement!
Fellowship for Monzurul Islam at Binnies
Monzurul Islam, Electrical and Instrumentation Control and Automation (E&ICA) Technical Director at Binnies UK, has recently been awarded Fellowship of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). A fellowship is the highest grade of IET membership attainable and is awarded to those at the forefront of their disciplines.
Monzurul has more than 20 years’ engineering experience working as an E&ICA engineer. He has gained this experience in a range of sectors and has developed his expertise across ‘design and build’, consultancy and manufacturing in the water, oil and gas industries. Having gained skills and expertise in many sectors and industries, Monzurul now leads the discipline team and provides technical support and mentoring to colleagues, while developing and improving E&ICA engineering strategy with in-depth technical knowledge he has gained through his work.
“Becoming an IET Fellow is the recognition of my skills and experience and it is deeply rewarding – a very proud moment in my career. Being an IET Fellow lends credibility and provides me with additional opportunities to give back to the engineering community through leadership, influence, technical support and mentoring,” Monzurul said.
Congratulations to Monzurul on his achievement!