Implementing sustainability: principles and practice
This document provides guidelines on how to develop more fully the principles of sustainability and to enable them to be implemented in practice.
Victorian Building Authority Code of Conduct Protocol
Engineers Australia welcomes the development of the protocol and we further welcome the direction that the VBA is taking insofar as establishing frameworks and guides that will be available to consumers of services provided by Registered Building Professionals.
Accreditation framework for competent building certifiers
Engineers Australia's comments on the draft ‘Accreditation Framework’ that would outline the process by which industry schemes are deemed to provide ‘competent practitioners’ in NSW for building certifiers.
PPIR protocol for performance
This protocol documents the essentials of performance for Professional Engineers acting in a professional capacity.
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.
The Retirement of Coal Fired Power Stations
Engineers Australia submission to the Senate Standing Committee for Environment and Communications inquiry.
Skilled Occupation List, review for 2017-2018
Engineers Australia believes that all engineering occupations that are currently on the SOL should be retained and this submission is prepared on that basis. The pro-forma on-line questionnaire unduly limits the interests of peak organisations like Engineers Australia in this regard.
EHA Magazine, volume 2, edition 4
This edition explores the story of Barque “James Craig”, the Bairnsdale to Orbost Railway, trams in Australia, and Ferguson Tractors.
A Statutory Registration Scheme for Victorian Engineers
Engineers Australia would like to thank the Victorian Government for their leadership in advancing registration of engineers in Australia. Engineering is one of the few professions in Australia without a national approach to registration to ensure the qualifications and experience of all practitioners, both national and international, is at the appropriate level for the engineering service delivered.
Auditor General’s report on Flood Resilience of River Catchments
This paper outlines the views of Engineers Australia concerning flooding and the improvement of the flood resilience of Queensland communities to flooding, in response to the Auditor General’s report Flood resilience of river catchments.
Western Sydney Rail Needs Scoping Study
Engineers Australia strongly believes that infrastructure is the essential enabler of productivity growth and it is essential to preserve and improve our standards of living. It should be fit for purpose and the flow of these services should stay ahead of population and economic growth.
Victoria's Draft 30-Year Infrastructure Strategy
Engineers Australia has long called for the establishment of an independent body to advise government on critical infrastructure objectives to support long-term social, economic and environmental outcomes for our great state.
Draft Transport Access Strategy
Engineers Australia believes transport planning should be closely integrated with land use planning otherwise governments will be constantly in remedial mode, and there should be better separation between transport within population nodes (or centres) and between population centres.
Tasmania Energy Security Taskforce's Consultation Paper
Engineers Australia's submission in response to the Energy Security Taskforce’s consultation paper of August 2016.
Advancing Climate Action in Queensland
Engineers Australia's comments on the Queensland Government’s paper on ways to tackle climate change and transition to a low carbon future.
EHA Magazine, volume 2, edition 3
This edition looks at making connections in Western Australia, Jindalee Over-the-horizon Radar, Cremorne Railway Bridge, and provides and update from Engineering Heritage Queensland.
This position paper provides an overview of additive manufacturing as it relates to rehabilitation engineering and outlines its potential implications to the areas of application relevant to the National Committee on Rehabilitation Engineers.
Engineers Australia response to the Review of Environmental Factors for Newcastle Light Rail
Engineers Australia has examined the REF for the Proposed Newcastle Light Rail (NLR) and has concluded that the Proposal does not satisfy the key transport and urban design objectives for which it has been planned (the NTUPP), that it fails to deliver an integrated transport system and that alternatives are available which can meet these objectives and this integration.
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