Latest SOE News
We regret to inform you that the SOE Symposium 2019, which was due to take place this November, has been cancelled.
The UK government has pledged £1m in funding to a scheme to train ex-offenders as HGV drivers.
The deepest geothermal energy well in the UK has completed drilling operations at its site in Redruth, Cornwall.
Devonport Royal Dockyard Ltd (DRDL) has been fined £666,667 and ordered to pay costs of £27,611.82 after it pleaded guilty in July to offences under Regulation 8 of the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998.
Arriva, Go North East, National Express, Passenger Plus, The Kings Ferry and Woods Travel among the winners at routeone Awards 2019
UK coach and bus industry’s achievements celebrated at national awards
Channel 4 News presenter Cathy Newman will host a SOE Women in Engineering event in London this November.
Norscot Truck & Van Ltd irtec partnership with New College Lanarkshire shows both committed to high standards.
A Bradford-based electric gate company has been fined after a six-year-old boy was killed playing with friends on a sliding gate.
An insight into SOE's 21st Annual General Meeting.
This latest edition looks at turbocompounders to save fuel and workshop tools.
This issue highlights breakthroughs in renewable solutions in energy intensive industries, as well as an update on Nereda technology in the UK's water industry.
This issue celebrates the 2019 IRTE Skills Challenge and it's winners.
This edition looks at the past, present and future of CERN along with cyber security.
This issue highlights the new SOE website and the features available to members.
This issue highlights Sir John Parker joining the SOE as the new patron, along with the extra benefits of a digital workshop.
An insight into the new SOE Patron's past in shipbuilding, and a Science Industry Process/Plant Engineer Degree Apprenticeship.
A look into alternative fuels and highlights from the 2019 Commercial Vehicle Show.
This issue looks at a new generation of more environmentally-friendly industrial degreasants along with non-contact cleaning for hospitals.
This edition announces the IRTE Northern Centre Young Engineer of the Year and the first Northern Ireland irtec breakfast meeting.
A look into how a new approach is sparking a change in technician skills shortages, and a preview on this years CV show.
This issue investigates the developments in efficient lubrication within the industry.
This issue looks at axle weighing systems for vans and LCVs, and solutions for waste oil removal.
This issue looks at the importance of sensors regarding leaks and nuclear plants, as well as smart plastics for industrial operations.
This edition marks the anniversary of our members who have achieved 40 and 50 years in their professional sector, along with planned SOE roundtable events of 2019 and DAF returning to the CV Show in 2019.
This edition of Transport Engineer profiles how Stagecoach are investing in a new source of technical apprenticeships, alongside commenting on wheel and tyre safety.
We hear from apprentices across the industry as National Apprenticeship Week showcases the future of engineering.
This issue looks into low-cost bodywork and bodybuilding, along with temperature-controlled transport.
A focus on the environmental aspects of operations engineering including water supply filtration and diesel spillage.
The second issue of the bimonthly SOE newsletter includes part two of Bob Calder, CEng discussing his engineering journey in the Army, and the effect of Beatrice Shilling on meeting the threat of the German Air Force in the Second World War.
A review on how operators should maintain and service LCV trailer couplings, and Toby Clark looks into how practical predictive maintenance is.
An insight into the importance of monitoring the performance of machines used within operations engineering; also highlighting health and safety in the work place.