Functional Safety Engineer Qualification*

 

If you are an experienced engineer working in the functional safety discipline, the InstMC Registered Functional Safety Engineer qualification could be the right choice for you. 

Do I qualify?

The Registered Functional Safety Engineer Qualification has been designed for engineers.
 
The Register of Functional Safety Engineers is comprised of engineers who have, through peer review, satisfied the requirements for the InstMC qualification 'Registered Functional Safety Engineer'.
 
These requirements include demonstration of competence and commitment:
 
      Eligibility criteria for RFSE registration requires:
 
       1.    The applicant shall be a
member of InstMC, and shall be registered with EC at IEng / CEng Level,
              via InstMC or another UK-PEI.
        
              N.B. It is recommended that any non- registered engineer wishing to apply for RFSE
              should first seek registration as IEng / CEng.
 
        2.   Demonstration of at least an aggregate of 3 years' diverse and direct experience in functional
              safety matters at a professional level.

        3.   Demonstration of a comprehensive knowledge of related standards and good practice in
              functional safety.

        4.   Demonstration of on-going (not prospective or historical), and competent engagement with
              functional safety matters at a professional level.

        5.   Demonstration of Continuing Professional Development specific to functional safety.
 

The qualification will stand as long as:

  • registration is maintained
  • the registrant abides by relevant PEI codes of conduct
  • a satisfactory CPD record is submitted every 3 years
  • there is no evidence conflicting with the presumption of continuing competence & commitment
  • the annual subscription fee is paid

Application process

  • Submission of extended CV with a focus specifically on experience with functional safety together with a statement of competence & commitment.
  • Testament of proposer & referee. (Proposer a registered engineer).
  • Check on IEng / CEng registration claim.
  • Panel peer review of submission.
  • Professional Review Interview (Interview will only be undertaken if submission is considered prima facie to meet the criteria.  Interview may be waived if demonstration is so comprehensive that the panel considers qualification to be self-evident.)

Registered Explosives Atmospheres Engineer*

 

If you are an experienced engineer concerned with Ex matters, the InstMC Registered Explosive Atmospheres Engineer qualification could be the right choice for you. 

Do I qualify?

The Registered Explosive Atmospheres Engineer qualification has been designed for engineers working in Ex matters.

The Register of Explosive Atmospheres Engineers is comprised of engineers who have, through peer review, satisfied the requirements for the InstMC qualification 'Registered Explosive Atmospheres Engineer.

These requirements include demonstration of competence and commitment:
     
      Eligibility criteria for RExE registration requires:
 
      1.     The applicant shall be a member of InstMC, and shall be registered with EC at IEng / CEng Level,
              via InstMC or another UK-PEI.
 
              N.B. It is recommended that any non- registered engineer wishing to apply for RExE should
              first seek registration as IEng / CEng.
 
       2.   Demonstration of at least an aggregate of 3 years' diverse and direct experience in Ex matters
             at a professional level.

       3.   Demonstration of a comprehensive knowledge of related standards and good practice in Ex
             matters.

       4.   Demonstration of on-going (not prospective or historical), and competent engagement with Ex
             matters at a professional level.

       5.   Demonstration of Continuing Professional Development specific to Ex matters.

 

The qualification will stand as long as:

  • registration is maintained
  • the registrant abides by relevant PEI codes of conduct
  • a satisfactory CPD record is submitted every 3 years
  • there is no evidence conflicting with the presumption of continuing competence & commitment
  • the annual subscription fee is paid

Application Process

  • Submission of extended CV with a focus specifically on experience with EX Matters together with a statement of competence & commitment.
  • Testament of proposer & referee (Proposer a registered engineer).
  • Check on IEng / CEng registration claim.
  • Panel peer review of submission.
  • Professional Review Interview (Interview will only be undertaken if submission is considered prima facie to meet the criteria.  Interview may be waived if demonstration is so comprehensive that the panel considers qualification to be self-evident.)