Friday, 7 December 2001
In view of the Christmas / New Year holiday season rapidly approaching, the CEASA KZN Committee has decided that general interest meetings will only resume in January 2002. Sponsors and members will then have returned to their normal routines. RS Components SA have also pledged sponsorship of a general interest meeting this coming new year.
Thursday, 1 November 2001
The www.ceasa-kzn.org.za website was published today.
Monday, 29 October 2001
A CEASA KZN Committee meeting takes place. Several new membership applications are considered for processing, these now sent to Council for finalisation. A tentative date of Wednesday 21 November 2001 is set for a general interest meeting, planning to be finalised and members will be advised accordingly. (Refer to notice 11 October 2001)
Thursday, 18 October 2001
The CEASA KZN Website is conceived and hard copy circulated amongst members for design, positive or negative feedback. There is a slight screen display difference between the hard copy and the site itself. Menu button roll-over is also active. Tell us what you want to have on your website?
Monday, 1 October 2001
The first KZN Committee meeting takes place.
Wednesday, 19 September 2001
The formal launch of the CEASA KZN Branch and appointment of the 6 month Interim CEASA KZN Steering Committee is announced by the CEASA President. SAACE is formally pronounced history and CEASA will now be the official and only voice for Clinical Engineering practitioners in South Africa.
Riaan van der Watt and Johan van Roon, representing CEASA and ECSA, addressed impending legislation issues concerning persons practicing in the field of Clinical Engineering. This inaugural CEASA meeting at Prince Mshiyeni Hospital was primarily arranged by Martin Dercksen, with input from James Hardman, Rob Dickinson (past SAACE Natal Chairman), CEASA Northern Sector and many other interested parties in Clinical Engineering.
Most of us were feeling the need for local unification, uniform representation and learning about how impending legislation would affect daily Clinical Engineering personnel in South Africa.