Inġ. Johan PsailaEducation and Training Secretary

Inġ. Johan Psaila

Inġ Johan A. Psaila graduated in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Malta in 2003 and holds a post graduate diploma in Building Services Engineering from the University of Brunel, UK. He attended several courses in the UK to further his knowledge in Fire Engineering & Fire Risk Assessments, Building Acoustics Measurement & Workplace Noise Risk Assessments, LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) systems and Petrol Filling Stations construction. Johan is qualified to carry out risk assessments of LPG installations, fuel stations and liquid fuel secondary storages. He is also an Energy Auditor, Energy Performance Assessor of Buildings for Dwellings & Commercial Premises and a registered airconditioning and heating systems inspector in Malta.

Between 2003 and 2010 he worked as a building services engineer with a leading engineering consultancy carrying full design of various building services, fuel secondary storage installations and Petrol Filling Stations. From May 2010 till February 2015, Johan has occupied the position of Projects Engineering Executive with a building services contractor and a refrigeration company. Currently he is a freelance fire and building services engineering consultant at Ing. Johan A. Psaila & Associates and a Partner at JK Consulting- a Health & Safety and Environmental Services Consultancy.

Johan was elected on the executive council of the Chamber of Engineers (COE) in 2011 as the International Affairs Secretary and re-elected to the same position in 2013. In 2014, he was appointed as Treasurer of the COE, a position he held until 2020. He is currently the COE representative on the Building Regulation Board (BRB) and on the Advisory Board and Building Regulations sub-committee of the Building Industry Consultative Council (BICC). Also, he is the Chairperson of the Training and Building Services sub-committees of the same Chamber

Email: educsec@coe.org.mt

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