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2019年08月16日
香港工程師學會理事會呼籲 停止暴力、放下成見、共同努力
The Council of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Appeals to Cease Violence, Put Aside Differences, and Work Together

(香港,二零一九年八月十六日) 《逃犯條例》修訂草案自六月起引發連串爭議和衝突,並且愈演愈烈。香港工程師學會理事會 (下稱學會理事會) 對現況發展感到十分憂慮,亦擔心社會繼續撕裂。學會理事會反對任何形式的暴力,為使社會及早回復秩序,呼籲社會各界盡快為事情降溫。

 

學會理事會關注社會氣氛已經影響民生各個範疇,市民平日上班憂慮港鐵運作被阻,乘車或駕車遇到堵路大塞車,出國旅行或公幹面對機場運作被阻影響航班,社會不能正常運作。這個地方已經變成我們不認識的香港。遊客卻步、商户停業,數百萬市民生活在不安中。暴力和破壞造成人與人之間的分歧,家庭成員和朋友意見相左,使人低沉抑鬱。我們理解大部分香港市民都希望以和平方法表達訴求,也見到緊守崗位的公職人員在過去一段時間的付出,而暴力和破壞只會令社會亂象橫生。

 

政府應繼續主動聯繫社會各界,共同努力修補各方關係。

 

香港已經滿目瘡痍,我們必須痛定思痛,盡快止住亂局,帶動社會修補裂痕,共同向前。香港七百多萬市民應當攜手協力,為我們自己,也為下一代,同心同德地遏止所有暴力和亂象,共同建設一個更美好的香港!


香港工程師學會理事會

 


 

(Hong Kong, 16 August 2019) Since June 2019, the proposed Extradition Bill has led to a spate of disputes and conflicts which has intensified in the past few weeks. The Council of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE Council) is gravely disheartened and concerned about the current situation and further dissension in the society. The HKIE Council opposes violence of any kind and urges all parties to work together to ease off the current tensions as quickly as possible for the sake of early restoration of good order.

 

The HKIE Council is concerned that the current atmosphere in society has affected all aspects of life in Hong Kong. Citizens going to work are worried about the disruption of the railway service; road users are worried about traffic jams due to road blockades; business and leisure travellers are also anxious that their flights may be affected due to disruption of airport operations. Normal operation of society has been interfered. This is no longer the Hong Kong that we know. Tourists step back; shops are closed; and millions of citizens are living in anxiety. Divisiveness in society springs from violence and disruption, resulting in conflict of opinions among friends and family members. All these cause people to feel depressed. We understand that the majority of Hong Kong people wish to express their views peacefully. We have also seen civil servants who religiously carry out their duties with perseverance and commitment. Disruption and violence will only lead to a chaotic society.

 

The Government should continue to take the initiative to communicate with all sectors of the community, and all sectors should join hands together to work towards reconciliation.

 

Looking at the ravaged city of Hong Kong, we should learn from the experience and put an end to the chaos as soon as possible, as well as fix social rifts and take our society forward. We, as with over seven million people of Hong Kong, should work together, for ourselves and for our future generations, to end all the violence and social unrest, and to strive for a better Hong Kong.


The Council of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers

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2019年06月19日
香港工程師學會第45屆會長余錫萬工程師 教澤廣被 源遠流長 The 45th HKIE President Ir Ringo Yu Shek-man Knowledge Transfer・Our Commitment for the Future

(香港,2019年6月19日) 香港工程師學會 (下稱「學會」) 欣然公布余錫萬工程師於2019年6月18日舉行的第44屆會員周年大會上榮任第45屆會長,而上任會長一職由陳國璋工程師擔任。

 

余會長致力於任內與會員攜手努力,為學會及工程業界,以及整體社會謀求發展,共創更美好的明天。

 

余會長闡述「教澤廣被 源遠流長」將會是學會本年度的主題。他強調在香港內外推廣工程專業,是學會其中一項重點工作,並會繼續致力培養年青人對工程專業的興趣。他期望讓年青會員能多參與其中,協助籌劃有效吸引年青人的活動。余會長於周年大會上提到:「會員的積極參與,能促進交流、互動和分享,對推動追求優質工程和專業發展尤為關鍵。」

 

余會長憑藉其豐富的專業經驗,以及服務業界的熱誠,必能在其任內透過分享其經驗,提升各持份者對工程專業的理解,帶領學會持續發揮優質工程專業。

 

在周年大會當天,源栢樑博士、工程師及鍾國輝工程師亦獲選連任為副會長;而卜國明工程師則獲大會選為新任副會長。本年度獲大會推選之5位理事分別為梁敏儀工程師;梁耀康工程師;馬紹祥教授、工程師;鄧銘心工程師及鄧懷德工程師。有關2019/2020年度理事會之名單,請參閱附錄。

 

如欲查詢,請與香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部聯絡。
電話:2895 4446
傳真:2882 6825
電郵︰corpcom@hkie.org.hk

 

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香港工程師學會第45屆會長余錫萬工程師 (右) 與上任會長陳國璋工程師 (左)

 

附件:
1. 余錫萬工程師簡歷
2. 2019/2020年度理事會名單

 


 

(Hong Kong, 19 June 2019) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (The HKIE) is pleased to announce the installation of Ir Ringo Yu Shek-man as the 45th President for Session 2019/2020 at The HKIE 44th Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 18 June 2019. Ir Thomas Chan Kwok-cheung is the Immediate Past President.

 

President Ir Yu is dedicated to working hand in hand with members to achieve their common goals for the benefit and advancement of the Institution, the engineering profession, and the community.

 

In his speech, Ir Yu stated that “Knowledge Transfer・Our Commitment for the Future” will be the theme for the Institution for the year ahead. He emphasised that promoting engineering within and beyond Hong Kong is one of the core missions of the Institution, and he would strive to continue cultivating the younger generations’ interest in the profession, particularly through engaging young members of the Institution to develop effective measures towards the youngsters. “Members’ engagement in the Institution’s activities is important in facilitating networking, interaction and sharing, which are key to fostering a culture of pursuing engineering excellence and professional development,” Ir Yu added.

 

With his extensive professional experience, strong commitment and enthusiasm in serving the profession, Ir Yu is well positioned in representing and leading the HKIE to sustain excellence, particularly in sharing his professional experience with members and the public, enabling better understanding of the engineering profession among different stakeholders.

 

Ir Dr Yuen Pak-leung and Ir Edwin K F Chung were successfully re-elected as the Vice Presidents. Ir Aaron K M Bok was elected Vice President for this Session on the day of AGM. The five new Elected Ordinary Members of the Council are Ir Mandy M Y Leung, Ir Leung Yiu-hong, Ir Prof Eric S C Ma, Ir Michelle M S Tang and Ir Tang Whai-tak. Please refer to the attached list of all Council Members of the HKIE for Session 2019/2020.

 

For enquiries, please contact:
The Corporate Communications Section of the HKIE
Tel : 2895 4446
Fax : 2882 6825
Email : corpcom@hkie.org.hk

 

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The 45th President of the HKIE, Ir Ringo Yu Shek-man (right) and the Immediate Past President, Ir Thomas Chan Kwok-cheung (left)

 

Attachment:
1. Biography of Ir Ringo Yu Shek-man
2. Full list of Council Members of the HKIE for Session 2019/2020

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2019年06月10日
「國際工程聯盟大會2019」正式開幕 International Engineering Alliance Meetings 2019 Opens Today

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(香港,二零一九年六月十日) 「國際工程聯盟大會2019」 (下稱「大會」) 由香港工程師學會 (下稱「學會」) 主辦,於2019年6月9日至14日假香港九龍東皇冠假日酒店舉行,旨在為國際工程聯盟成員提供平台,討論共同關心的工程教育及專業資格議題,以促進交流,並通過一系列國際性協議,確立國際認可的工程教育標準和實踐水平。為期一周的大會每屆都在不同城市舉辦,而今屆大會吸引了近200位來自世界各地的代表出席。學會十分榮幸邀得香港特別行政區政務司司長張建宗擔任大會開幕典禮主禮嘉賓,為大會揭開序幕。

 

國際工程聯盟 (International Engineering Alliance, IEA) 是一個全球性非牟利組織,當中包括28個國家/地區的37個IEA成員,涵蓋7個國際協議。這些國際協議規範技術人員到專業工程師的工程教育及專業資格的認可性,涵蓋各個工程專業界別,從而提升工程專業人才的流動性。

 

香港工程界的專業水平獲得國際認可,為進一步鞏固及提升業界水平,學會一直積極與各地的專業團體交流及合作。學會是多個國際組織和協議的成員,例如華盛頓協議、悉尼協議、亞太工程師協議、國際工程師協議及國際工程技術員協議等。


如欲垂詢,請與「國際工程聯盟大會2019」秘書處聯絡。

 

電話:3151 8813
傳真:2590 0099
電郵:ieam2019@connexustravel.com

 

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國際工程聯盟大會2019主禮嘉賓香港特別行政區政務司司長張建宗 (前排中)、香港工程師學會會長余錫萬工程師 (前排左三)、大會組委會主席黃唯銘博士、工程師 (前排右三)、國際工程聯盟Governing Group Chair David HOLGER教授 (前排左二)、國際工程聯盟Governing Group Deputy Chair Damien OWENS先生 (前排右二)、贊助機構代表港鐵公司工場主管李劍雄先生 (前排左一) 、贊助機構代表中華電力有限公司總裁蔣東強工程師 (前排右一)、學會上任會長陳國璋工程師 (後排左三)、副會長源栢樑博士、工程師 (後排右三)、副會長鍾國輝工程師 (後排左二)、大會組委會成員黃耀新工程師 (後排右二) 和戚偉強工程師 (後排左一),以及學會秘書長阮高馨女士 (後排右一)。

 


 

(10 June 2019, Hong Kong) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) is hosting the International Engineering Alliance Meetings (IEAM) 2019 from 9 to 14 June 2019 at the Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Kowloon East, with an aim to provide a phenomenal experience for International Engineering Alliance (IEA) members in reaching the international benchmarked standards for engineering education and expected competence for engineering practice through the serial of Educational Accords and Competence Agreements. The IEAM is an annual one-week working meeting hosting in different cities, and this year’s Meetings has attracted around 200 delegates across the world. The HKIE is honoured to have the Honourable Matthew CHEUNG Kin Chung, GBM, GBS, JP, Chief Secretary for Administration of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, to be our Guest-of-Honour at the Opening Ceremony.

 

The IEA is a global not-for-profit organisation comprising members from 37 jurisdictions within 28 countries/regions, across seven international accords and agreements. These international agreements govern the recognition of engineering education qualifications and professional competence from technician grade to professional engineers of all disciplines, which in turn enable mobility of the profession.

 

The professionalism of the Hong Kong engineering community is internationally recognised. To enhance the competence and professionalism of the industry, the HKIE actively communicates and cooperates with professional bodies in engineering around the world. The HKIE is the signatories/authorised members of several international organisations and agreements, such as the Washington Accord, Sydney Accord, APEC Engineering Agreement, International Professional Engineers Agreement and International Engineering Technologists Agreement.


For media enquiries, please contact:

 

Secretariat of International Engineering Alliance Meetings 2019
Tel: 3151 8813
Fax: 2590 0099
Email: ieam2019@connexustravel.com

 

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Group photo of the Guest of Honour, The Honourable Matthew CHEUNG (1st row, middle), Chief Secretary for Administration of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government; Ir Ringo YU (1st row, left 3rd), President of the HKIE; Ir Dr Philco WONG (1st row, right 3rd), Chairman of the International Engineering Alliance Meetings (IEAM) 2019 Organising Committee; Prof David HOLGER (1st row, left 2nd), Chair of the Governing Group of the International Engineering Alliance (IEA); Mr Damien OWENS (1st row, right 2nd), Deputy Chair of the Governing Group of the IEA; Representatives of Sponsors: Mr LEE Kim Hung (1st row, left 1st), Head of Workshops of MTR Corporation Limited and Ir CHIANG Tung Keung (1st row, right 1st), Managing Director of CLP Power Hong Kong Limited; Ir Thomas CHAN (2nd row, left 3rd), Immediate Past President of the HKIE; Ir Dr YUEN Pak Leung (2nd row, right 3rd) and Ir Edwin CHUNG (2nd row, left 2nd), Vice Presidents of the HKIE; Ir Peter WONG (2nd row, right 2nd) and Ir Stephen CHIK (2nd row, left 1st), Members of the IEAM 2019 Organising Committee; and Mrs Monica YUEN (2nd row, right 1st), Chief Executive and Secretary of the HKIE.

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2019年05月30日
香港工程師學會就近日沙田至中環線項目紅磡站擴建部分及其鄰近的建造工程調查委員會聆訊之會員通訊 The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Message to Members on the recent hearing of the Commission of Inquiry into the Construction Works at and near the Hung Hom Station Extension under the Shatin to C

(香港,二零一九年五月三十日) 就近日沙田至中環線項目紅磡站擴建部分及其鄰近的建造工程調查委員會的聆訊,香港工程師學會 (下稱「學會」) 會長余錫萬工程師於五月三十日就事件向會員發出會員通訊,其內容如下:

 

各位會員:

 

大家或許有留意到有關調查委員會已於今年五月二十七日開始延伸聆訊。

 

本人正密切關注事件的最新進展,對於公眾廣泛關注的事宜上,會以工程專業角度,將透過聲明作出解說,以釋除公眾疑慮。

 

本人重申,若有學會會員專業行為失當,將採取紀律行動,學會也會繼續以不偏不倚的態度,服務社會及工程專業。


香港工程師學會會長
余錫萬工程師

 

(以上為會員通訊之中文譯本,內容以英文版本為準)

 


 

(30 May 2019, Hong Kong) With regard to the recent hearing of the Commission of Inquiry into the Construction Works at and near the Hung Hom Station Extension under the Shatin to Central Link Project, a Message to Members (“Message”) by Ir Ringo S M YU, the President of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) was delivered to all members of the HKIE on 30 May 2019. The following is the Message:

 

Dear members,

 

You might be aware that the extended hearing of the Commission of Inquiry on the project of Hung Hom Station Extension Work had commenced on Monday, 27 May 2019.

 

I shall keep a close watch on the development and where there are issues causing extensive public concerns, I shall issue statements that would represent what the engineering profession considers correct either to echo the public’s concern or to disquiet those unconstructive and misconceived speculations.

 

I also wish to reiterate that the Institution will take disciplinary actions against those members that had been found professionally misbehaved. The Institution shall remain unbiased serving both the community and the profession.

 

Ir Ringo S M YU
President
The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers

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2019年05月02日
香港工程師學會 就處理特別會員大會事宜之最新情況
The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Updates on the Handling of Special General Meeting

(香港,二零一九年五月二日) 因應有會員要求召開特別會員大會,香港工程師學會 (下稱「學會」) 繼三月二十八日及四月四日發出新聞稿後,現交代有關進度及安排。

 

學會理事會以積極、正面的態度處理會員提出的要求,包括指示學會秘書處向要求召開會議的會員提供協助、委託法律顧問釐清會章相關條文等,希望令特別會員大會能盡早召開。負責處理是次特別會員大會事宜的學會前任會長黃耀新工程師指出,自從受理事會委託後,他已根據會章要求,立即展開相關籌備工作。

 

黃耀新指出,根據會章第二十五條,任何六十名法定會員可要求理事會召開特別會員大會。正如早前於四月四日發出的新聞稿中提及,理事會務求令特別會員大會可合乎會章規定程序舉行,已指示秘書處透過電郵向提出召開會議的會員釐清他們所提出的議程內容,同時核實其會員身份,以符合最少六十名法定會員要求召開會議的門檻。

 

黃表示,在確保會議得以符合會議程序舉行的前提下,秘書處自二月中已努力與相關會員溝通,包括指出如委任代表處理是次會議的各種行政程序,可省減溝通的時間;並就討論事項提供文書支援,目的是令所有會員清楚理解議程及作出表決。

 

然而,秘書處現時只獲十數名相關會員回覆,反應未見積極。為免事情受到拖延,黃耀新將會向理事會建議,相關會員就會議議程的意見須於五月十五日或之前回覆。

 

黃預計,議程確定後,根據會章第二十五條,需要召開理事會通過特別會員大會議程、提交會議文件、物色場地等,需時約六星期,即六月下旬完成以上安排。根據會章第二十六條要求,任何會員大會均需在會議召開前二十八日通知會員,因此特別會員大會預計於七月下旬召開。

 

香港工程師學會

 

電話:2895 4446

傳真:2882 6825

 


 

(Hong Kong, 2 May 2019) Concerning the requisition for a Special General Meeting (SGM) by some members, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) issued press releases on 28 March and 4 April, and would like to give a brief account on the progress and the arrangement of the SGM.

 

The Council of the Institution holds a positive attitude in handling requests from Members. With a view to facilitate the convening of the SGM, the Council directed the Secretariat of the Institution to provide necessary assistance to the Members who raised the requisition for the SGM, and consulted the legal advisor in clarifying the related Articles of the HKIE Constitution. Past President Ir Peter Y Wong pointed out that since his appointment by the Council to handle all the procedures and arrangements for the SGM, he had immediately started the preparatory work in accordance with the Constitution of the HKIE.

 

Ir Peter Y Wong added that according to Article 25 of the Constitution, an SGM may be convened by the Council on the requisition of any 60 Corporate Members of the Institution. As stated in the Institution’s press release dated 4 April 2019, the Council has directed the Secretariat to clarify via email with the requisitionists for the SGM on their proposed agenda and process the authentication of membership status in order to ascertain that the criteria of having at least 60 Corporate Members for the said requisition has met in accordance with the Constitution.

 

Ir Wong said that to ensure procedural compliance of the SGM, the Secretariat has made great efforts to communicate with the Members since mid-February, and had drawn their attention that appointing representative in regard to the SGM requisition could help reduce the time that is required for communication and administration arrangements. The Secretariat has also been providing clerical assistance on the preparation of the agenda that should be capable of reaching a resolution at the SGM.

 

Unfortunately, the Secretariat has by far received less than 20 responses from the Members. To avoid delay on the subject matter, Ir Wong will propose to the Council that the Members should return their views with regard to the agenda by 15 May 2019. Ir Wong anticipated that upon confirmation of the agenda among requisitionists, the agenda shall be passed at a Council Meeting according to Article 25 and that it would take approximately 6 weeks from now up to end of June to submit the meeting documents and identify a venue for the meeting. As required by Article 26 of the Constitution, 28 days’ notice has to be given to members for Annual or Special General Meeting, and it is therefore expected that the SGM will be held in late July. 

 

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers

 

Tel: 2895 4446

Fax: 2882 6825

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