AIES

Australasian Institute of Engineer Surveyors​

AIES Personal Membership


BENEFITS OF PERSONAL MEMBERSHIP


  • Participation in the AIES Identifying Numbering Scheme (Members Grade S, M only) for the purpose of identifying in-service equipment, fabrications inspected or designs verified within their area of competence
  • Free electronic copy of the AIES Gazette publication
  • Access to AIES member website and LinkedIn group
  • News on developments in Standards, technical matters, failures and legislation
  • Opportunities to attend general meetings, special site visits and forums
  • Possibility of publishing technical articles
  • Opportunities for liaison with equipment inspectors throughout Australia and New Zealand


​​CRITERIA FOR PERSONAL MEMBERSHIP

Membership is available to people with an interest in the safety of hazardous equipment as defined in the Institute’s Constitution. The three main grades of personal membership are:

  • Senior Member (Grade S)
  • Member (Grade M)
  • Associate (Grade B)

A category is also available for Members on their retirement and recommendations for Life Membership can be sent to the Secretariat.

Equipment Inspectors e.g. AICIP Senior In-Service Inspectors or Design Verifiers currently certificated at the senior level usually satisfy AIES criteria for Senior Member Grade S. Proof of qualifications, certifications and five (5) years suitable experience in inspection or design verification is required.

Applicants for Member Grade M must hold a suitable certificate of competency or equivalent e.g. AICIP In-Service Inspectors. At the time of application they must hold employment in this area and supply documentary evidence.

People who may be entering the industry or who do not possess all the above credentials but whohave some technical competence in the area of hazardous equipment are usually eligible for admission as Associate Member Grade B.

FEES

Current fees are available on this website and from the Secretary secretary@aies.org.au. GST is not applicable.

APPLICATIONS

All applications require nomination and seconding by financial AIES Personal Members. Application forms are to be submitted for committee approval by emailing the Secretary – secretary@aies.org.au. When the application is approved an invoice will be forwarded for payment.

RESPONSIBILITIES

AIES Personal Members are expected to act ethically and in accordance with the AIES Constitution. Any lists of members are confidential and must not be used for distributing unsolicited promotional material, nor may they be divulged to other parties. Membership of the Institute, if cited on any documents or advertising material must be in a format approved in writing by the Institute.

AIES Affiliate/Corporate Membership


BENEFITS OF AFFILLIATE/CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP

  • Free electronic and agreed number of hard copies of the AIES Gazette publication
  • Annual certificate of membership for display and recognition
  • News on developments in Standards, technical matters, failures and legislation
  • Automatic bold listing in the AIES Gazette
  • Opportunity every year to contribute one page of advertorial information together with a small listing in the AIES Gazette
  • Opportunity to have educational material from your company disseminated by email newsletters
  • Access to AIES member website and LinkedIn group
  • Link to your website on the AIES website
  • Possibility of publishing technical articles
  • Opportunities for your staff to attend general meetings and agreed special site visits
  • Possibility of addressing meetings, with notice
  • Opportunities to host visits to your premises
  • Trade nights-promotional opportunities
  • Opportunities for liaison with equipment inspectors
  • Networking with companies of various backgrounds within the industry
  • You will be supporting AIES’s work for the safety of high-risk plant

CRITERIA FOR AFFILIATE/CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP

Grade C Affiliate/Corporate membership is available to organisations with an interest in the safety of hazardous equipment as defined in the Institute’s Constitution. This includes boilers and pressure vessels and other pressure equipment.

FEES

Current fees are available on this website and from the Secretary secretary@aies.org.au. GST is not applicable.

APPLICATIONS

Should require nomination and seconding by financial AIES Personal Members. A representative of the organisation should be nominated to receive correspondence. Application forms are to be submitted for committee approval by emailing the Secretary – secretary@aies.org.au. When the application is approved an invoice will be forwarded for payment.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Affiliate/Corporate Members are expected to act ethically and in accordance with the AIES Constitution. Any lists of members are confidential and must not be used for distributing unsolicited promotional material, nor may they be divulged to other parties. Membership of the Institute, if cited on any documents or advertising material must be in a format approved in writing by the Institute.

AIES Membership Fees

Annual AIES Membership Fees as at 1 July 2015


  • Grade S – Senior Member $190
  • Grade M – Member $180
  • Grade B – Associate Member $170
  • Grade R – Retired Existing Member $35
  • Grade C – Affiliate/Corporate $700

Renewal of membership is due on 1 July each year and members will be invoiced according to their membership category.

Fees for new member applications will be calculated pro rata from this date.

All amounts in Australian Dollars. Goods and Services Tax (GST) is not applicable.

Executive Listing

President
Mr Robert Svensk – 02 4948 3500

president@aies.org.au

Vice President
Mr Dave Dowling – 0417 226 827

Acting Treasurer
Mr Paul McNamara – 0417 338 462

treasurer@aies.org.au

Secretary & Membership Administrator
Mr Des Barnes – 0418 250 236

secretary@aies.org.au


General Committee Members

Mr Malcolm Stephen
Mr Jeff Houghton

AICIP Representatives
Mr Robert Svensk
Mr Darren Sullivan

Standards Australia Committee Representatives
ME001- Mr Robert Svensk
ME002- Mr Robert Crnkovic

Gazette Executive Editor
Mr Mitchell Svensk

Gazette Editor
Ms Anne Rorke
aerorke@gmail.com

State and Regional Representatives

For all our interstate and New Zealand members, the following people are your AIES Representatives.

They can be contacted for all membership applications, advice, meeting details or article inclusions for the Gazette.

We encourage all members to contact the state representatives and become involved at a local level including for subjects like the state legislations regarding pressure equipment and plant.

Queensland
Mr Dean Raphael – 0427 033 785

South Australia
Mr Harry Bell – 0448 815 533

Victoria
Mr Colin Mongta – 0439 317 625

Western Australia
Mr Geoff Kennedy – 0419 969 293

New Zealand
Mr Mike Jack
+64 (0)6 769 9699
PO Box 4150, New Plymouth, New Zealand