Corporate Reports

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Engineers Australia Code of Ethics

The Engineers Australia Code of Ethics is available here

Royal Charter and By-laws

Engineers Australia is incorporated by Royal Charter, last amended by approval of the Governor-General on 21 September 2015.

Our Royal Charter and By-laws place obligations on us to advance the science and practice of engineering for the benefit of the community.

A New Vision

During 2013 and 2014, Engineers Australia’s national governing Council undertook a planning and consultation process with our key leadership groups to refresh our vision and top-level priorities for the next three years 2014-2017.

“Engineers Australia is the trusted voice of the profession. We are the global home for engineering professionals renowned as leaders in shaping a sustainable world.”

Strategic Priorities 2014-2017

In August 2014, Council approved seven new high-level goals and a suite of strategies and deliverables for the three-year period 2014-2017.

Our annual budgets will be directed toward these deliverables, and each of our business units will work to achieve specific outcomes for our various stakeholders over the three-year period.

For our Members

A summary version of the Strategic Priorities document is being distributed in August 2014 to all members who receive our monthly magazine EA Engineers Australia.

The summary is best read on-screen rather than in printed form.  It can be downloaded as a PDF – Strategic Priorities 2014-2017 Summary [PDF 0.7MB]


If members wish, comment or queries on the priorities documents can be addressed by email.

Internal Policies

Council, Engineers Australia's governing body has approved a series of Policies.

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Council, Engineers Australia's governing body has approved a series of Regulations.

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