Author: Nidhi Gupta

POLICY ID 2.2 (5A) 1.Purpose 1.1 The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland (“Board”) is responsible for protecting the public, maintaining confidence in the profession and upholding professional standards of registered professional engineers in Queensland (“RPEQs”). The Board’s regulatory compliance and enforcement function, of which the complaints...

PRACTICE NOTE ID: 4.6 (2 A) Effective: 8 August 2018 1.Rationale 1.1 A number of registered professional engineers (“RPEQs”) have made enquiries to the Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland (“BPEQ”) about the meaning of the term ‘prescriptive standard’as defined in the Professional Engineers PE Act 2002 (Qld)...

1. Rationale A number of registered professional engineers (“RPEQs”) have made enquiries to the Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland (“Board”) about the concept of ‘direct supervision’ of a person carrying out a professional engineering service,1 as contemplated by the Professional Engineers Act 2002 (Qld) (“Act”)....

Policy ID: 4.1 (2/A) (Practice note series) Status: Approved Issued: 25/08/141. Rationale The purpose of this practice note is to clarify the Board’s position on issues relating to project certification in the context of the Professional Engineers Act 2002 (the Act). 2. Introduction Clients or third parties may require professional engineering...

Delivered on 22 October 2013. This was a prosecution by the Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland (“Board”) against X (deidentified) in the Magistrates Court of Queensland (“Court”). Charges The Board alleged that X, in breach of section 115 of the Professional Engineers Act 2002 (“the Act”), carried...

Delivered on 12 December 2012. This was a prosecution by the Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland (“Board”) against S (deidentified) in the Magistrates Court of Queensland (“Court”). Charges The Board alleged that S, in breach of section 115 of the Professional Engineers Act 2002 (“the Act”) carried...