Applying standard ISO/IEC 81346 to an existing system as an example of systems-led design
Reflecting on my educational and career journey thus far, going from almost no plan to having a more defined plan for the future.
I thought it was easy to write a procedure, I soon learned otherwise!
So it’s been 8 months since my last blogpost. Considering we had a long lockdown in England, and slowly edging back into “normality”, I haven’t found the time to write a blog! My next few blogposts are going to be heavily focused on what I have learned, and what I have done, on the assetContinue reading “Quick update”
Happy New Year readers! Before the Christmas break our department hosted an online get-together. Rather than another quiz, the organiser set up “OCE’s Got Talent”, taking the format from a popular television program. It was a lovely change, and rather heartwarming to see the different talents and hobbies others had, and taking our minds offContinue reading “Replenish and Realize”
I’ve been meaning to write the first part of this blog for a few weeks now – aptly I have been held back by being within the subject itself! Thoughts on Change For much of November I have had feelings that can be described broadly as unhappiness, but without any real reason why. A teamContinue reading “Change and Reflection”
It is hard work to make things look effortless
Thoughts on the mentoring relationship
Resources for Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Services
Resources for core engineering principles required for all disciplines