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The Structural Engineer

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Many organisations are actively striving to improve their safety performance for ethical, humanitarian, economic and other business reasons. Obtaining sustainable, long-lasting improvement, requires a breakthrough in culture with safety ‘in the bloodstream’ of the organisation. This paper provides some views and practical suggestions on how this might be achieved based on what are termed ‘the 7 Cs of safety improvement’ – commitment, compliance, challenge, conservative decision-making, competence, communication and clarity about priorities. R. H. Taylor, PhD, DIC, FIEE, FinstP, CEng Head of Environment, Health and Safety, Policy and Strategy, BNFL

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The Structural Engineer

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This paper discusses ethical aspects of decision-making, addressing the following: the duty of care implicit in being human; the nature of a profession; the qualities of the professional engineer; the role and responsibilities of the engineer in society; the role of the professional institutions; professional codes of practice; and the concept of the ethical auditing of projects. J. H. Armstrong OBE, FREng, BSc, CEng, FIStructE, FICE, HonDEng

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