Against a backdrop of changing technology and with industry facing fresh challenges, BSRIA has appointed Stacey Ward as its new membership manager.
BSRIA provides its members with a raft of benefits, including information on best practice, practical guidance and a selection of tools.
To demonstrate the benefits of BSRIA membership, new membership manager Mr Ward features in a new video explaining the benefits of collaborative working and how BSRIA membership can assist industry.
Mr Ward said: “I’m here to make sure members are getting the most from their membership, to ensure that they’re sharing their knowledge and information with our experts and, indeed, other BSRIA members.
“BSRIA benefits include access to our online business and technical information, publications and documents, discounted training and most importantly, access to our technical experts for guidance, advice and industry problem-solving.
“The services that BSRIA offers are spread across six departments: Compliance, Instrument Solutions, Test, WMI, SCG and Information and Marketing. In my first year in the role, one of the things I’d like to do is make sure that members are aware of the BSRIA services that they currently don’t use and bring the full suite of services to their attention.
I love connecting members working on similar projects and joining the dots, so that they reap the benefits from each other’s expertise and services.
Membership is open to all size and type of company – from one-man bands to multinationals – across all sectors.”
Mr Ward was previously instrument sales manager within BSRIA Instrument Solutions for 10 years, having joined BSRIA in 2001 as an apprentice technician.
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