An expert in forensic metallurgy with global testing group Exova has been named as one of the top professionals in his field. Dr Iltaf Hussain, engineering consultancy services manager for Exova’s European business, has been accepted as a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3).
A call for the fire safety industry to heighten awareness of the dangers created by hoteliers who fail to follow the Fire Safety Regulatory Reform Order (2005) has been issued by Exova Warringtonfire supported by North West European MP Arlene McCarthy.
The world’s largest dedicated testing group Exova has further strengthened its Food and Consumer Products division with the appointment of key account manager Wendy Davis. Wendy joins the company as key account manager for water testing following a round of investment, having previously worked for AlControl where she was business development manager.
The requirement for safe, quality products which are compliant against the most rigorous of standards has never been higher. Now a new online products register is helping to get customers’ products to market quickly through the alliance between Exova Warringtonfire and London Underground Limited (LUL).
Exova Warringtonfire the fire safety technology division of the world’s largest independent testing group has appointed a new director with responsibility for its European business. Rob Veitch joins the division from a senior management role with industrial equipment provider Monks & Crane, part of the Wurth Group.
Exova, the leading testing company, is to invest £3 million in creating a new world class corrosion centre to service increasing global demand.
The Exova Corrosion Centre, which will be based at Dudley in the UK and lead by renowned corrosion expert Dr Chris Fowler, will cement Exova’s reputation as a world leader in corrosion testing and services.
The new Food Information Regulations present challenges to those enforcing them and those adhering to them. Here, Jamie Weall, Senior Food Law Advisor at Exova’s Food and Consumer Products division, considers the issues.