Engineering an AI framework for schools
Engineers Australia advocates for a balanced approach to the regulation and use of AI, to allow the benefits to be harnessed while safeguarding professionals, educators, students and the community.
AI in education submission to parliamentary inquiry
Engineers Australia’s submission provides feedback on the terms of reference focusing on how Generative AI tools will impact engineering education.
National Hydrogen Strategy Review: Engineers Australia submission
The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water are reviewing the National Hydrogen Strategy, first published in 2019. Engineers Australia's submission to the review includes information about the potential for hydrogen to be an important contributor to our transition to net zero through use in industry, transport, grid firming, chemicals and metals production.
An engineer’s guide to the conservation of Australia’s engineering heritage
This guide is designed to assist engineers working on a built item or its intangible heritage, to assess the significance of the item and its components and devise a course of action to achieve the conservation of the significance of the item.
Urban Transport Systems Report (August 2023)
This paper has been developed by Engineers Australia’s Transport Australia Society (TAs) to provide expert advice to governments, policy makers and other stakeholders with a role in policy, planning, operating and delivery of Australia’s urban transport systems.
Professional standards framework
The Engineers Australia Professional Standards Framework is the integrated system of policies, processes and resources that guide and support engineers to practice engineering ethically, competently and responsibly. It applies throughout their careers from pre-qualification through to advanced practice and executive management and leadership and is designed to set, uphold and enhance standards that protect the public and build resilience and trust in the profession.
National Framework for Recycled Content Traceability
Engineers Australia's response to the proposed National Framework for Recycled Content Traceability Discussion Paper.
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.
Responsible AI in Australia, an engineering perspective
Engineers Australia’s submission to the Safe and Responsible AI in Australia discussion paper.
Fundamentals of risk management for insurance purposes
A guide for engineering sole traders and small business engineering enterprises.
EHA Magazine, volume 4, edition 4
This edition includes the Duck Reach Hydroelectric Power Scheme, Harris Creek Railway Bridge, Catalina PBY Flying Boats and the Belconnen Naval Transmitter Station.
Victoria State Infrastructure Strategy Update
In this submission, Engineers Australia provides feedback to Infrastructure Victoria in response to the State Infrastructure Strategy Update. Engineers Australia broadly supports the principles and objectives defined in the Strategy and has provided responses and advice.
Engineers Australia annual plan 2023-24
Engineers Australia's annual plan 2023-24 outlines key outcomes the business is striving to achieve this year.
Setting, tracking and achieving Australia’s emissions reduction targets
Engineers Australia's response to the Climate Change Authority’s consultations on:
- Advice on emissions reduction targets for Australia’s next Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) under the Paris Agreement.
- Review of the Carbon Credits (Carbon Farming Initiative) Act 2011 (CFI Review).
- Review of the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Review).
Systems engineering deals with the interdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realisation of successful systems.
Clean energy workforce capacity study
The Australian Government has commissioned Jobs and Skills Australia (JSA) to undertake a capacity study on the workforce needs for Australia's transition to a clean energy economy. JSA is identifying the pathways to develop the required skills and training, the contribution of the migration program and how opportunities are shared across regions and incorporate diversity. Our submission draws on the work we have done in strengthening the engineering workforce in Australia, women in engineering and reducing the barriers for migrant engineers.
Guide for design engineers and building certifiers
This guide takes an in-principle approach, laying out best practice in terms of communication, problem solving, record keeping and teamwork, which design engineers and building certifiers will find helpful.
Managing building defects: roles, responsibilities and collaboration among owners, strata managers and engineers
This document is intended to provide high-level guidance on the obligations, responsibilities, and areas of expertise of owners, strata managers and engineers over the lifecycle of a building.
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