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ICE in action

ICE in action in intended to inform members what the Institution is doing on their behalf.

An agreement of co-operation with the South African Institute of Chartered Engineers was signed on 16 October.

Deputy Secretary John Whitwell attended a meeting of SEFI (a pan-European organisation involved in co-ordinating the training of engineers) in Brussels on 24-25 October. On 31 October and 1 November he visited Cyprus to meet, on behalf of the European Council for Civil Engineers, the Cyprus Council for Civil Engineers.

On 30 October, Sir Alan Cockshaw met members of the Institute of Engineers of Bangladesh who were visiting ICE on a training mission.

ICE President Roger Sainsbury visits Glasgow and West of Scotland and East of Scotland association on 23-26 November and Northern Ireland local associations on 2 and 3 December.

Director General & Secretary Roger Dobson has been nominated to sit on the Engineering Council's Activity Review Group.

AME has produced new briefing sheets on: Bringing Britain together - a national strategy for neighbourhood renewal; road safety engineering - cost effectiveness in local safety schemes; Rethinking construction - the report of the Construction Task Force. To obtain copies send an A4 sized sae to: AME office, 1 Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA. Alternatively, briefing sheets are available on ICE's website: http:// www.ice. org.uk.

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