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Engineering Heritage Australia | September 2014

EHA Magazine, volume 1, edition 4

This edition looks at an unusual concrete bridge in Queensland, a great Australian invention, the B–24 Liberator Bomber and the Werribee Hangar, and the Sydney Harbour control tower.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | June 2014

EHA Magazine, volume 1, edition 3

This edition covers the dawn of early railways in Australia, a report on the EHA Heritage Recognition Program, and Roman concrete. 

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Society of Fire Safety | April 2014

Tenability criteria in building fires

This practice note has been prepared as a guide to practitioners on tenability criteria in building fires, for the purpose of enhancing consistency in the fire engineering industry.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | March 2014

EHA Magazine, volume 1, edition 2

This edition includes the Great Ocean Road - the world's largest war memorial, 2000 years of stone bridges in Provence, the The Electrolytic Zinc Co. of Australasia Ltd., and the Port of Clarence. 

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Engineers Australia | March 2014

CPD types and conditions

CPD can be taken in many ways including formal, structured learning as well as private study. Engineers Australia has conditions around the types of CPD you complete towards your continued membership.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | 2014

Evaluation of engineering heritage

The purpose of this practice note is to provide engineers and others with essential background information on the assessment of the engineering heritage significance of an item or work.

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Risk Engineering Society | 2014

Safety case guideline

Clarifying the safety case concept to engineer due diligence under the provisions of the model Work Health and Safety Act 2011. 

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Engineers Australia | 2014

Energy security for Australia: crafting a comprehensive energy security policy

This report makes a series of recommendations aimed at implementing a comprehensive approach to energy security policy through a series of initiatives. 

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Engineers Australia | 2014

Our FLNG future: engineering opportunities and challenges

The introduction of Floating Liquefied Natural Gas facilities (FLNG) into the Western Australian gas industry marks a major step change in the way natural gas fields can be developed.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | December 2013

EHA Magazine, volume 1, edition 1

This edition includes Edward Barton and the Barton White & Company Power Station and Factory, the National Steam Centre, Scoresby, Ord River Diversion Dam, Overland Telegraph and the Phoenix Foundry in Ballarat. 

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Engineers Australia | November 2013

Annual report 2012-2013

Summary of key outcomes for Engineers Australia for financial year 2012-2013. 

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The Warren Centre | July 2013

PPIR protocol for engagement

This protocol informs and guides companies and public sector entities operating as clients, suppliers or employers on the essentials in making effective use of the knowledge and experience of Professional Engineers to achieve optimum outcomes and value for money in considering and undertaking an engineering task. 

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Environmental College | April 2013

The DYD stakeholder consultation process

This guide was prepared to enable education institutions and industry organisations to use the Define Your Discipline (DYD) Stakeholder Consultation Process to develop practitioner-authenticated graduate capability frameworks for the programs in their discipline

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Environmental College | March 2013

A graduate capability framework for environmental engineering programs

This guide is designed to inform environmental engineering stakeholders about the profession’s expectations regarding the capabilities of graduates during their first two or three years of practice. It is expected that each group of stakeholders will use the guide in different ways

Engineers Australia | February 2013

National generic stage 1 competency standards 2011

This document provides an overview and history of the development of the entry-to-practice or stage 1 competency standards.
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Engineers Australia | 2013

Survey of working environment and engineering careers

A report on a survey of Engineers Australia members undertaken in 2012.

Engineers Australia | June 2012

Stage 2 competency standard for professional engineers

The Stage 2 Competency Standards are the profession's expression of the knowledge and skill base, engineering application abilities, and professional skills, values and attitudes that must be demonstrated in order to practise independently or unsupervised.

Engineers Australia | June 2012

Stage 2 competency standard for engineering technologists

The Stage 2 Competency Standards are the profession's expression of the knowledge and skill base, engineering application abilities, and professional skills, values and attitudes that must be demonstrated in order to practise independently or unsupervised as an engineering technologist.

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