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ICE news

ICE news

lCE Council has formally approved the Royal Academy of Engineering Guidelines for Warnings on Preventable Disasters, first drafted in 1991 by the late ICE president Edmund Hambly. The guidelines set out the appropriate course of action for engineers who give warnings to the public, or receive information about preventable disasters. They were recommended to engineers in the 13th Report of the Standing Committee on Structural Safety (SCOSS), published in 2001.

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