About Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM)

Chemical Engineering Education in Malaysia Article


About IChemE
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) is the global professional membership organisation for people with relevant experience or an interest in chemical engineering. We are the only organisation to award Chartered Chemical Engineer status and Professional Process Safety Engineer.
We are also licensed to award the titles of Chartered Engineer (CEng), Chartered Scientist (CSi) and Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) to suitably qualified members. Founded in 1922 as a professional institution for chemical and process engineers, IChemE has grown to its current status of over 40,000 members across 120 countries with Malaysia and Australia home to IChemE’s second and third largest national clusters of members respectively. 
IChemE currently has offices in Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and the UK.
More information: www.icheme.org
IChemE membership
IChemE has different grades of membership, each offering professional support and a range of services at every level within the chemical, biochemical and process profession. IChemE is licensed by Royal Charter to award the qualification Chartered Chemical Engineer.
More information: www.icheme.org/membership
The IChemE Safety Centre
The IChemE Safety Centre (ISC) was established in 2013 as a dedicated global initiative to establish a coordinated approached towards influencing government and policy on improving process safety in industry. 
The ISC works with industry partners and regulators to help understand the priorities and challenges of process safety. The industry partnerships also provides a unique and rare opportunity to exchange knowledge and learning across differing industries.
The Centre is a subscription based industry-led consortium operating out of Melbourne, Australia and is governed by an advisory board.
More information: www.icheme.org/safety
Professional Process Safety Engineer
Despite industry’s best efforts to mitigate major incidents and loss – accidents still occur. Identifying that there was a shortage of professionals who were suitably skilled across all aspects of process safety, led to the establishment of a new international process safety engineering registration - Professional Process Safety Engineer. 
The aim of the registration is to help raise the standards of process safety management worldwide and provide process safety professionals with a recognised international qualification, similar to that of a Chartered Engineer – the ‘gold standard’ for chemical and process engineers.
More information: www.icheme.org/ppse