39 episodes

New podcast created by metalheads for metalheads – join us for practical conversations that get to the nuts and bolts of the metals industry here in New Zealand. Connect with leaders & experts from across the globe who talk overcoming key industry challenges, and influencers who cast their eyes to the future. Perfect if you’re time poor but want to keep your finger on the pulse. Prepare to be challenged, informed & inspired!

Stirring The Pot HERA

    • Non-Profit
    • 5.0 • 17 Ratings

New podcast created by metalheads for metalheads – join us for practical conversations that get to the nuts and bolts of the metals industry here in New Zealand. Connect with leaders & experts from across the globe who talk overcoming key industry challenges, and influencers who cast their eyes to the future. Perfect if you’re time poor but want to keep your finger on the pulse. Prepare to be challenged, informed & inspired!

    The significance of intellectual capital

    The significance of intellectual capital

    In this bonus episode of Stirring the Pot, we talk with Professor Goran Roos about the importance of intellectual capital, what our industry can do to protect it, and its significance to the manufacturing and the building and construction sector in terms of helping to drive innovation.
    Professor Göran Roos is a fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) and of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA). He has been a member of the Prime Minister’s Manufacturing Leaders Group and held academic appointments at Nanyang Technological University, University of Adelaide and the University of Technology Sydney. Göran is the author and co-author of over three hundred books, book chapters, papers and articles specialising in strategy, innovation management, research policy and intellectual capital.
     
    Connect with Goran:
    www.linkedin.com/in/goran-roos-1824181/
     
    Connect with Greg to find out more about our Innovation READY, SET, GO leadership program!
    Website: https://www.hera.org.nz/team-member/greg-buckley/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/greg-buckley-nz/
    Email: greg.buckley@hera.org.nz
    Phone: +64 21 299 6167

    • 8 min
    Low damage seismic solutions - part 2

    Low damage seismic solutions - part 2

    In this second of the 2 part episode we speak with Associate Professor Greg Macrae from the Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering at the University of Canterbury.
    Greg has been working on low damage seismic approaches in engineering since 1994 and was heavily involved in reporting and research on the topic post the 2011 Christchurch quakes.

    • 36 min
    Low damage seismic solutions

    Low damage seismic solutions

    In this episode we speak with Associate Professor Greg Macrae from the Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering at the University of Canterbury.
    Greg has been working on low damage seismic approaches in engineering since 1994 and was heavily involved in reporting and research on the topic post the 2011 Christchurch quakes.

    • 35 min
    Weathering Steel

    Weathering Steel

    In this episode of Stirring the Pot, we talk with Raed El Sarraf, Technical Principal – Materials & Corrosion with WSP in New Zealand.
    Raed has extensive experience, in corrosion engineering and asset integrity management of structural steel (and other metallic) structures. This includes durability assessments, specifying protective coatings systems and detailing the correct use of corrosion resistant materials, such as weathering and stainless steels. He has also been involved in the publication of a number of articles, papers, and guidance documents in Australasia. These include the New Zealand and Australian versions of the Weathering Steel Guide for Bridges, as well as the New Zealand and Australian versions of the Steelwork Corrosion and Coatings Guide.

    • 30 min
    Who wins in a fire - Timber vs Steel

    Who wins in a fire - Timber vs Steel

    In this episode we talk with Associate Professor Charles Clifton from the University of Auckland,
    Charles is currently engaged in an ongoing funded research project on the development of composite structural assemblies as well as being involved in ongoing development of the seismic and fire research topics.
    Arguably one of NZ's leading researcher's on the topic, today Charles shed's some light on that burning question.

    • 42 min
    The case for Structural Bolting

    The case for Structural Bolting

    In this special panel discussion episode of Stirring the Pot, we talk with Bob Shaw who is the President of the Steel Structures Technology Centre – or SSTC for short.
    The Steel Structures Technology Centre focuses on technical education and services related to the design, fabrication, erection and inspection of steel-framed structures. The firm provides consulting services in steel construction practices and quality. Founded in 1990, SSTC has provided training and support to thousands of engineers, fabricators, erectors, inspectors, building officials and others involved in steel buildings, steel bridges and steel construction. 
    Bob is also Chair of the Commission XVII on Quality Management at the International Institute of Welding. Commission XVIII maintains the goal to identify, create, develop and transfer global best practices in the field of quality management for welding and allied processes.
    Today’s episode Bob and the panel dives into the details of the upcoming structural bolting e -course where Bob will unpack not only existing standards, but also introduce new and innovative methods to save time, reduce cost, and improve the efficiency and quality of bolted connections.
     
     

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

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17 Ratings

17 Ratings

noise1too ,

Loving it

I am not in the metals industry but I am loving it anyway.

Deno556798 ,

Inspiring

Love the content - really topical and interesting

Kaiza123 ,

Great podcast!

Really enjoyed listening to this, very interesting!

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