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Engineers Australia | November 2015

Annual Report 2014-2015

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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Engineering Heritage Australia | October 2015

EHA Magazine, volume 1, edition 8

This edition looks at 150 years of mechanised transport in Tasmania, Hobart’s floating bridge, the “Sons of Gwalia” goldmine, and the trams of Hong Kong.

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The Warren Centre | October 2015

PPIR: a program for professional performance

The Professional Performance, Innovation and Risk Program (PPIR Program) is an industry initiative undertaken by The Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | June 2015

EHA Magazine, volume 1, edition 7

This edition explores the Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence, the Great Melbourne Telescope, Stawell Water Supply, and John Monash’s earliest pier and girder concrete bridge.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | March 2015

EHA Magazine, volume 1, edition 6

This edition covers Lake Burley Griffin on the Molonglo River, the Mullumbimby NSW Hydro–Electricity Scheme, the construction of Melbourne’s sewerage system, and Hong Kong's Tai Tam Waterworks Heritage Trail. 

Women in Engineering | 2015

Action plan for mitigating gender bias

Women in Engineering | 2015

Creating effective workplaces for now and in the future – flexible workplace strategies

Engineers Australia | 2015

Royal Charter and By-laws

Engineers Australia has operated under a Royal Charter since 1938. It also operates under a set of by-laws to ensure appropriate regulation and fair processes for governing boards and members alike.

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