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Safety and Reliability Society 'Get a colleague to join' campaign

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Grow your Society for the future - talk to a colleague today about joining the Safety and Reliability Soceity

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Safety and Reliability Society 'Get a colleague to join' campaign

  1. 1. Growing SaRS for the future Get a colleague to join - Please can you help?
  2. 2. Please can you help? • SaRS is run by the Council and Branch Committees who know and understand Safety and Reliability – we are all volunteers – It’s run by the members for the members • We promote Safety and Reliability learning, development and recognition across all industries in the UK and Internationally • We see recruitment of new members as being critical to the future success of the organisation • We want to ask YOU, as a member of SaRS, to “Get a colleague to join” and help us recruit more members to SaRS • There’s a £10 M&S voucher for every person you recruit Safety and Reliability Society 2017
  3. 3. Get a colleague to join • You must know someone in your organisation who is working in Safety and/or Reliability who could benefit from being a SaRS member? • If so please can we ask you to spend a few minutes talking to them and help them understand the benefits of being a member – see the attached “benefits of being a member” presentation • There are 5 types of membership from Student to Fellow • It’s not just for engineers – mathematicians, physicists, chemists, psychologists, sociologists, etc. working in the field can (and do) join and benefit as members Safety and Reliability Society 2017Good for you - Good for your organisation - Good for the profession
  4. 4. Membership • Becoming a Corporate Member (MSaRS) is a straightforward process – they need a good degree in a relevant subject and a minimum of two years experience in relevant S&R work • SaRS also provides a route to Incorporated and Chartered Engineer with the Engineering Council Safety and Reliability Society 2017
  5. 5. Information to help you? • The website www.sars.org.uk has a new recruitment section • This contains: – Short and long versions of the recruitment slides – Links to all the guidance and application forms that you need – A presentation on the quarterly journal and the benefits this brings Safety and Reliability Society 2017
  6. 6. Thank you for your help There’s a £10 M&S voucher for every person you recruit Together we can grow SaRS for the future Safety and Reliability Society 2017
  7. 7. Contact Details If you need some help or have any questions please contact us - we will be happy to help: Colin Dennis – chair@sars.org.uk In the office: Jacqui Christodoulou - info@sars.org.uk www.sars.org.uk Safety and Reliability Society 2017

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