The panel develops and promotes activities to support members’ understanding of ethics, ethical behaviour and whistleblowing.
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This new guidance is an essential read for any built environment professional developing new (or reusing existing) structures today. Across four principal sections it explains why the adoption of circular economy principles is critical.
A blog post written by Engineers Without Borders UK about how educators can advocate for change to reshape engineering education.
In a thought-provoking opinion piece, Mike Bather argues that the profession has a moral responsibility to thoughtfully reconsider its approach to business in the face of worsening climate breakdown – and to do this straight away.
Watch presentations from this year's conference, which focused on integrating sustainability, ethics, inclusion, and a sense of global responsibility into education through action.
This year the judges have introduced new judging criteria designed to ensure that the Structural Awards recognise and celebrate the immense skill structural engineers demonstrate across a vast range of structures.
Kristy MacDonald provides a summary of the key revisions to the Institution’s new Code of Conduct.
How should we approach working with old and historic buildings?
Hear from the engineer behind the Structural Award-winning Newquay Harper Footbridge project - and get into the mindset of only doing what is necessary.
Provides an overview of whistleblowing and how to raise a concern.
All members of the Institution of Structural Engineers should subscribe to the Statement of Ethical Principles.
The following example scenarios were designed to test your understanding of how to manage ethical issues.
In-depth analysis with extended discussions and study questions of case studies that are based on real work ethical situations.