UK Chapter

The International Institute of Obsolescence Management Ltd (IIOM International) is a professional association registered in the UK. IIOM International control the IIOM brand, Logo and professional development scheme and registration, and authorise IIOM Chapters to operate in defined territories under control of a Delegation Agreement.

IIOM UK Ltd (IIOM UK) is the authorised IIOM International Chapter for the UK. Members will pay subscriptions to their chosen IIOM Chapter which will, in turn, pay an annual Licence Fee to IIOM International.


IIOM UK Members Handbook

The IIOM UK members handbook is available here


IIOM UK Council

The Chapter Council are elected every three years by the IIOM UK members. There are 8 Chapter Council positions available. Councillors take office for a period of 3 years from 1st January following election. One of those elected will be chosen by the others to be the UK Chapter Chairperson. The Chapter Chairperson will also become an IIOM International Director during their tenure.

 
IIOM UK Chapter Council 2019 - 2021

The next Chapter Council was elected by the IIOM UK members and will take office for a period of 3 years from 1st January 2019. We would like to congratulate the following on their election:

Jon Anslow - Leonardo (Chapter Chairperson)
Stuart Broadbent - Alstom Transport (Chapter Vice- Chairperson)
Ben Carter - General Dynamics
Nathan Eldridge - Transport for London
Graham Goring - E-Standards
Daniel Grundy - Saffran Power
Terry Rees-Pedlar - BAE Systems
Phil Wardle - Blackwater Innovation

Their biographies can be viewed here.

 
IIOM UK Chapter council (2015 - 2018)

serving until 31.12.2018

Jon Anslow - Leonardo (Chapter Chairperson)
David Johnson - JGS  (Chapter Vice-Chairperson)
Stuart Broadbent - Alstom Transport
Ben Carter - General Dynamics
Nathan Eldridge - Transport for London
Graham Goring - E-Standards
Glenn Hancock - Converge
Terry Rees-Pedlar - BAE Systems
Phil Wardle - Blackwater Innovation

Their biographies can be viewed here.

 

IIOM UK Council with the IIOM President Stuart Kelly and the IIOM Technical Manager Ian Blackman.
Back Row - L to R: Ian Davies (no longer on the council), Stuart Broadbent, Phil Wardle, Ian Blackman, Ben Carter, Graham Goring, Terry Rees-Peddlar
Front Row - L to R: David Johnson, Jon Anslow, Stuart Kelly

 

 

 

 

 

 

IIOM UK AGM

IIOM was formerly a trade association and is now a recognised Professional Institute. The essence of this transition was to enable the professional development and regulation of individual members whilst still serving the interests of organisations with involvement in obsolescence activities, products and services. To enable this transition IIOM had to change its constitution. The changes are broadly detailed below.

The Legal Structures

International Institute of Obsolescence Management Ltd (IIOM International) is a professional association registered in the UK. IIOM International control the IIOM brand, Logo and professional development scheme and registration, and authorise IIOM Chapters to operate in defined territories under control of a Delegation Agreement.

IIOM UK Ltd (IIOM UK) is the authorised IIOM International Chapter for the UK.

Members will pay subscriptions to their chosen IIOM Chapter which will, in turn, pay an annual Licence Fee to IIOM International.

 

Democracy and Voting

IIOM International is led by a Board of directors registered with Companies House comprising: -

  1. The Chairman of each Chapter;
  2. A delegate from each Chapter elected by its members
  3. The President elected from and by the Board
  4. Officers with designated roles (not registered as directors with companies house)

Each IIOM Chapter is led by a Council (elected by the Chapter Members) registered as directors with Companies House (or the equivalent local authority in the territory).

IIOM UK

IIOM UK became a legal chapter of IIOM International on the 18th October 2018 when the formal Delegation Agreement was signed by the IIOM UK Council.

Under the terms of this agreement, IIOM UK must hold an annual AGM within 11 months of the commencement of the Delegation Agreement, and thereafter once every 12 months. This is a new requirement, as AGMs were not mandatory under the previous constitution. 

The AGM is the meeting at which the Annual Report and the Annual Financial Report are submitted to the membership for approval.  As we will not be holding a members meeting in June due to the International Conference, and the October members meeting will be too late, we will be calling and holding an AGM before the February IIOM Members meeting. Going forward IIOM UK will then propose to hold the AGM annually in October

All IIOM UK members will now receive a calling notice 21 days before the AGM advising of the date, time and location of the meeting, and listing the business discussed. As the accounting year for IIOM UK ends on 31st March, we will be approving the Annual Report and Accounts to 31.3.18. A copy of the accounts will available with the notice. These accounts were compiled under the transition arrangements, where IIOM International collected all subscriptions and paid a grant to the IIOM Chapters.

We encourage all members to attend the AGM, which is followed by a regular IIOM UK Members meeting, and look forward to seeing you there.