The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 64 (1986) > Issues > Issue 1 > Standing Committee on Structural Safety. Sixth Report for the 3 Years Ending 30 June 1985
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Standing Committee on Structural Safety. Sixth Report for the 3 Years Ending 30 June 1985

Conspectus The fifth report of the Standing Committee, issued in June 1982*, referred to the decision made by the Presidents of the Institutions of Civil, Municipal and Structural Engineers to reconstitute the committee under a new Chairman, following the retirement of Lord Penney, who had been the committee’s Chairman for 6 years. Sir Derman Christopherson was subsequently appointed Chairman, and the new committee started its work in November 1983.