Issues associated with compiling a register of engineers
The December 1996 issues paper by the Society's Working Party on Integrated Planning for Earthquake Preparedness  was widely circulated and received positive feedback from various sectors. As one of a number of follow up activities, the Ministry of Civil Defence asked the Society to investigate and report on the issues associated with establishing a register of engineering resources for post-earthquake response.
The investigation involved looking at aspects such as maintenance of the register, training of those involved and mobilisation and co-ordination mechanisms. This process was enhanced with positive input from other interested parties including the Earthquake Commission, the Insurance Council and the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand.
The project report as presented to the Ministry of Civil Defence in June 1998 is incorporated in full in this paper.
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