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Engineers Australia | November 2022

Annual report 2021-2022

This annual report informs of measurable progress against our strategic priorities, ensures transparent and responsible reporting for governance best practice, summarises the main activities and financial performance of our organisation, and informs stakeholders, partners, media and government of our focus. 

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November 2022

Engineers Australia submission to NETA Bill

Engineers Australia supports the creation of a National Energy Transition Authority (NETA). However, it needs a broader and stronger remit to ensure we can get the focus and guidance to complete the transition to clean, reliable and affordable energy in a timely fashion.

Code of ethics and guidelines on professional conduct
Engineers Australia | August 2022

Code of ethics

The Code of Ethics and Guidelines on Professional Conduct defines the values and principles that shape the decisions made, and provides a framework for members of Engineers Australia to use when exercising their judgment, in engineering practice and as members of Engineers Australia.

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Engineers Australia | February 2022

AGM questions 2021

This document details the questions asked at the 2021 Engineers Australia Annual General Meeting and the answers provided. 

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Engineers Australia | November 2021

Annual report 2020-2021

This annual report on Engineers Australia’s achievements and challenges for 2020–21 aims to inform members of measurable progress against our strategic priorities, ensure transparent and responsible reporting for governance best practice, summarise the main activities and financial performance of our organisation, and inform stakeholders, partners, media and government of our focus. 

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Engineers Australia | October 2021

Our position on climate change

Engineers Australia recognises the scale and urgency of the challenges presented by climate change, the disruptions it causes, and the pivotal role of engineering in enabling a socially just transition to a sustainable society.

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Engineers Australia | October 2021

Energy governance and the engineering voice

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Engineers Australia | December 2020

Queensland water policy: water governance for a resilient future

Engineers Australia has developed this water policy statement to suggest a way toward a prosperous, sustainable and resilient future.

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Engineers Australia | November 2020

Annual report 2019-2020

This annual report provides comprehensive information on our achievements for the 2019–20 financial year. It aims to inform members of measurable progress against our strategic priorities, ensure transparent and responsible reporting that meets governance best practice, provide members with information about the main activities and financial performance of our organisation, and inform stakeholders, partners, media and government of our areas of focus as the peak body for the engineering profession in Australia. 

Engineers Australia | December 2019

General Regulations

The Board of the Institution of Engineers Australia (Engineers Australia) has, by resolution, made the  following regulations under By‐Law 32 of the 2015 By‐Laws

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Engineers Australia | November 2019

Annual report 2018-2019

This annual report provides comprehensive information on our achievements for the 2018-19 financial year. It aims to inform members of measurable progress against our strategic priorities, ensure transparent and responsible reporting that meets governance best practice, provide members with information about the key activities of our organisation, and inform stakeholders, partners, media and government of our key areas of focus as the peak body for the engineering profession in Australia. 

Engineers Australia | November 2019

Spokespersons policy

In accordance with Engineers Australia’s mission to be recognised as a trusted source of information representing the profession, our spokespersons are expected to follow protocols to ensure consistency across our public messages and communications to protect our reputation and good standing.

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Engineers Australia | November 2018

Annual Report 2017-2018

This annual report provides comprehensive information on our achievements for the 2017–18 financial year. It aims to inform members of measurable progress against our strategic priorities., ensure transparent and responsible reporting that meets governance best practice, provide members with information about the key activities of our organisation, and inform stakeholders, partners, media and government of our key areas of focus as the peak body for the engineering profession in Australia.

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Engineers Australia | November 2017

Annual Report 2016-2017

Engineers Australia’s annual report aims to inform members of measurable progress against annual and long-term goals, ensure transparency in reporting, informed by contemporary approaches to corporate responsibility reporting, give due emphasis to the key sections of the Institution including the Divisions, Colleges and Special Interest Groups, to ensure members are adequately updated on all areas of the organisation, and ensure the annual report process encompasses principal reporting obligations flowing from the Charter and By-Laws for the Board, Congress, Divisions, Colleges and Technical Societies. 

Engineers Australia | February 2017

Conflict of interest policy

Engineers Australia seeks to ensure that the manner in which it operates, and the actions of employees, members, office bearers and other volunteers, conform to acceptable standards of integrity and good conduct.

Engineers Australia | February 2017

Travel management instruction

To ensure that Engineers Australia receives the best value from its travel dollar and to maintain transparency, the following procedures must be adhered to for all travel undertaken.

Engineers Australia | 2017

Diversity and inclusion action plan 2017 - 2020

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Engineers Australia | November 2016

Annual report 2015-2016

Engineers Australia’s annual report aims to inform members of measurable progress against annual and long-term goals, ensure transparency in reporting, informed by contemporary approaches to corporate responsibility reporting, give due emphasis to the key sections of the Institution including the Divisions, Colleges and Special Interest Groups, to ensure members are adequately updated on all areas of the organisation, and ensure the annual report process encompasses principal reporting obligations flowing from the Charter and By-Laws for the Board, Congress, Divisions, Colleges and Technical Societies. 

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