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Engineers Australia | June 2012

Stage 2 competency standard for engineering associates

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 associate.

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Society of Fire Safety | March 2012

Fire and life safety in existing buildings during construction

This practice note provides guidance for the development and implementation of the fire safety strategy where continued occupation of an existing building is permitted while construction or refurbishments works proceed. 

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Engineering Heritage Australia | 2012

Assessment of engineering heritage items

The purpose of this practice note is to provide engineers and others with a process for assessing engineering heritage significance.

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Engineers Australia | 2012

Annual report 2011-2012

Summary of key outcomes for Engineers Australia for financial year 2011-2012. 

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Society of Fire Safety | 2012

Design fires

This practice note is a supplement to the International fire engineering guidelines for fire safety engineers to derive design fires and design fire scenarios in a consistent manner. 

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Women in Engineering | 2012

Industry blueprint of successful in-house professional women’s programs

This paper has been developed following a round table discussion with industry partners. It looks at programs proven to encourage and retain women in the engineering profession including issues to consider, some of the key messages to achieve success and some lessons learnt.

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Engineers Australia | 2012

Government as an informed buyer

How the public sector can most effectively procure engineering-intensive products and services. 

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Engineering Heritage Australia | 2012

Conserving a wheeled steam engine

The purpose of this practice note is to provide engineers and others with essential background information on the appropriate process for conserving a wheeled steam engine.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | 2012

Assessment and conservation of movable heritage

The purpose of this practice note is to provide engineers and others with essential background information on the assessment and conservation of a movable heritage item.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | 2012

Assessment and conservation of a timber building

The purpose of this practice note is to provide engineers and others with essential background information on the assessment and conservation of a timber heritage building. 

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Engineering Heritage Australia | 2012

Assessment and conservation of an industrial heritage item

The purpose of this practice note is to provide engineers and others with essential background information on the assessment and conservation of an industrial heritage item.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | 2012

Assessment of an industrial site

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 industrial site.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | 2012

Conservation of engineering heritage items

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Engineers Australia | November 2011

Annual report 2010-2011

Summary of key outcomes for Engineers Australia for financial year 2010-2011. 

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Women in Engineering | 2011

Women in Engineering: National Committee position statement

The Women in Engineering National Committee is committed to improving gender diversity in the engineering profession. It supports the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) and the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), Women’s Empowerment Principles and encourages organisations in the engineering profession to take a lead and sign up to the Principles.

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National Committee on Rehabilitation Engineering | December 2008

Developing a national disability strategy

The NCRE strongly supports the primary aim of the discussion paper to create a more “socially inclusive Australia for people with disability”. It is the opinion of the NCRE that to achieve this worthwhile outcome, it is essential to provide appropriate assistive technology  to Australians with disabilities, including those who are acquiring disability through ageing.

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National Committee on Rehabilitation Engineering | August 2008

Standards testing of assistive technology

This guide covers common questions about the standards testing of assistive technology in Australia. 

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National Committee on Coastal and Ocean Engineering | 2000

Research priorities for coastal and ocean engineering in Australia

This document is designed as a point of reference for researchers in project selection and for funding bodies when deciding which projects to support. It should also be useful for industries as a check for where research effort is to be applied.

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