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IFHE LEADERSHIP


Gunnar Baekken Norway IFHE General Secretary


certificate in plant maintenance and works services, a certificate of the Institute of Works Managers and is an incorporated engineer and fellow of the Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management (IHEEM). Andy was an IHEEM council member and chair of the International Technical Platform from 2012 to 2017. He has been an IHEEM representative for the IFHE since 2008. In addition he has been responsible for the publication of the IFHE Health Briefings and IFHE Digest since 2008. Away from work he is a member of Scouts and Lions International.


Steve Drinkrow Steve Drinkrow is past president of the International Federation of Hospital Engineering (IFHE). Steve is the executive responsible for the greater infrastructure department tasked with engineering projects, maintenance and capital procurement for Mediclinic’s 52 hospitals in southern Africa. He has been in facilities engineering management for over 30 years, 25 of which have been in the hospital environment, with the Mediclinic Group. He qualified at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in 1978 with a Higher Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.


Matthias Schwabe Matthias Schwabe is an engineer with a diploma in electrical engineering. As a sales manager at Bender, he has more than 20 years’ experience in the field of electrical safety in healthcare worldwide. He has presented papers in more than 40 countries and is in close contact with national committees worldwide. He is an active member of the DIN VDE committee UK221.4 and


Andy Wavell England IFHE Joint General Secretary


sits on the international committee MT40: IEC60364-7 Electrical installations of buildings – Part 7-710: requirements for special installations or locations – medical locations. As an exco member of WGKT, he represents Germany within IFHE.


Yoshihisa Hirayama Yoshihisa has a PhD in mechanical engineering from Cranfield University in the UK and a BSc from Tufts University in the US. His areas of interest include indoor climate and comfort. He is a member of the board of directors of the Healthcare Engineering Association of Japan (HEAJ) and an executive committee member of the International Federation of Hospital Engineering (IFHE). He is also a member of the organising committee for the Environmental and Equipment Design Award of the Association of Building Engineering and Equipment, Japan and is a memberof of the Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan. He is also a member of the Architectural Institute of Japan.


Walt Vernon Walt is the CEO of Mazzetti, an international programme management, strategic advisory services, consulting and engineering firm. He serves on and is the former chair of the NFPA99 Electrical Systems Technical Committee. He is the former electrical engineer for the California Hospital Building Safety Board. He also served as one of the three co-ordinators of the Green Guide for Healthcare, the nation’s first green healthcare rating system. Walt co-authored the IEEE/ANSI White Book, the international standard for electrical systems in healthcare facilities. He co-chairs


Steve Drinkrow South Africa IFHE Treasurer


the ASHRAE 189.3 committee and chairs the Research and Development Committee for the Facilities Guideline Institute (FGIS). He represents the US within the International Federation of Hospital Engineering (IFHE). He is a founding member of the Built


Environment Network. In addition, Walt is a member of The Center for Health Design’s Research Coalition, served on the board of both Practice Greenhealth and Health Care without Harm and wrote the section on hospitals for CALGreen. He also served as principal author for the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Health in the Green Economy, as well as developing and leading AHA’s Sustainability Roadmap for Hospitals – A guide to achieving your sustainability goals.


Fábio Bitencourt Fábio Bitencourt gained a doctorate in sciences of architecture (2007) and a master’s in environmental comfort (2002). He was president of the Brazilian Association for Development of the Hospital Building (ABDEH) 2011/2014 and vice president of technical and scientific development of The ABDEH from 2005 to 2008 and has been titular emeritus of the Brazilian Academy of Hospital Administration (ABAH) since 2012. He is also a professor on post graduate


courses in architecture, ergonomics, environmental comfort and hospital administration in Brazil. Fabio is the author of various books, articles and publications on healthcare architecture, human comfort, healthcare design, hospital history, environments and ergonomics and is the honorary partner of the Chilean Association of Architectural and Healthcare Facilities (AARKHOS).


Yoshihisa Hirayama Japan IFHE Member


IFHE DIGEST 2020


Walt Vernon USA IFHE Member


Fábio Bitencourt Brazil IFHE Member


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