BOGE consultant Carl Hawarden has been awarded a DipCAM (Diploma In Compressed Air Management) certificate to recognise his exceptional level of expertise. To bring customers the benefit of this enhanced experience, Carl has now been promoted from his role as Business Development Manager to the newly created role of Energy and Oil Free Specialist.
Carl achieved the certificate via a 10-module distance learning course designed for compressed air experts with a broad knowledge of compressed air technology. The qualification was awarded as the result of the excellent marks Carl achieved during the supervised written examination at the conclusion of the course. Equipped with this advanced qualification, Carl will be responsible for advising and supporting customers in the specification and installation of Energy Efficient and Oil Free products.
Carl explains: “I am extremely proud of my results in completing the DipCAM and also delighted with my recent promotion. Since joining BOGE almost three years ago, I have rapidly developed my skills and gained valuable experience that enables me to support customers, ensuring they are supplied with the most efficient solutions in the market today.”
Mark Whitmore, General Manager, BOGE Compressors Ltd, explains: “As a long standing member of the British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) BOGE are keen to embrace the message, ‘Be Compliant And Safe’ (BCAS), and that means equipping ourselves with the best possible knowledge and expertise. We now have three staff in separate disciplines with DipCAM, which enables us to offer customers not only the right advice and solutions for their compressed air needs based on our long experience but also to ensure that they consider the most up-to-date issues of compliance and safety.”
BOGE Compressors Limited has adopted ISO 11011 Standard for all Compressed Air Energy Efficiency Assessments. BOGE’s commitment to complying with this new standard will provide comprehensive and detailed energy audits, enabling compressed air users to optimise their energy usage and identify actions that can reduce costs. Energy audits establish the volume of compressed air that a company uses and how much it costs to generate. The audit results then enable businesses to look at the procedures that are available for reducing carbon emissions and waste in their manufacturing process, while improving environmental impact.
You can read BOGE’s ISO 11011 white paper here: www.boge.com/uk/artikel/Various/WhitePapers.jsp?msf=500,100,400. To learn more please visit www.boge.co.uk.