Henry Atkinson (1873- )
1922 M.I.Mech.E., F.L.S., Mech. Production Engr., 7, Hobart Place, London, S. W.1. T. A.: " Atkinson, Whilloric, London." T. N.: Victoria 9522. b. 1873. Ed. Private Sch., Goldsmiths Coll. App. to John Penn and Sons, Ltd., Greenwich, 1890-4; 3 year with John Penn & Son, Ltd., Mar. Engrs.; 3 years with James Simpson and Co., Ltd., Pump Makers, London; Consulting Engineer, London, 1899-1914; specialising in layout of factories and workshops, works' investigation and economical production. Inventor and patentee of saw-mill and other machinery. On the erection of wireless stations, Egypt, 1914-15; appointed Engineer Expert to the Mixed Tribunals, Cairo, 1915; Works' Organizer and labour adviser to the National Metal and Chemical Bank, 1918 to 1920. Director and Manager of Co-operative Production Department of Hill and Co (Engineers), Ltd., 7, Hobart Place, S.W.I, and St. Williams College, York. Member of Higher Production Council, Executive Committee, 1919; Industrial League and Council, Committee of Scientific Management, 1919; on Council of Institution of Production Engineers. Publ.: "A Rational Wages System," 1917; "Incentives to Efficiency under Scientific Management, 1919." War Services.—On the erection of wireless stations, Abu Zabal and Abu Sueir, Egypt.