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Chartered Professional Engineers of New Zealand Act 2002

Abbreviation
2002 No 17
Valid from
01/07/2002

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Parliamentary Counsel Office
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Parliamentary Counsel Office
Information type
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Description

The purpose of this Act is to reform the law relating to the registration of engineers and to establish the title of chartered professional engineer as a mark of quality; and, to those ends, this Act

  • (a) establishes a registration system for chartered professional engineers, under which persons who wish to be chartered professional engineers must meet minimum standards to be, and continue to be, registered:
  • (b) requires a code of ethics and a complaints and disciplinary process to apply to chartered professional engineers:
  • (c) requires a professional body to carry out the functions relating to the registration system, the code of ethics, and the complaints and disciplinary process, and establishes a statutory body to oversee aspects of those functions:
  • (d) repeals the Engineers Registration Act 1924.

Scope

This Act is referenced as a means of establishing competency to use verification method B1/VM1

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Chartered Professional Engineers of New Zealand Act 2002

Description

The purpose of this Act is to reform the law relating to the registration of engineers and to establish the title of chartered professional engineer as a mark of quality; and, to those ends, this Act

  • (a) establishes a registration system for chartered professional engineers, under which persons who wish to be chartered professional engineers must meet minimum standards to be, and continue to be, registered:
  • (b) requires a code of ethics and a complaints and disciplinary process to apply to chartered professional engineers:
  • (c) requires a professional body to carry out the functions relating to the registration system, the code of ethics, and the complaints and disciplinary process, and establishes a statutory body to oversee aspects of those functions:
  • (d) repeals the Engineers Registration Act 1924.

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Chartered Professional Engineers of New Zealand Act 2002
Description

The purpose of this Act is to reform the law relating to the registration of engineers and to establish the title of chartered professional engineer as a mark of quality; and, to those ends, this Act

  • (a) establishes a registration system for chartered professional engineers, under which persons who wish to be chartered professional engineers must meet minimum standards to be, and continue to be, registered:
  • (b) requires a code of ethics and a complaints and disciplinary process to apply to chartered professional engineers:
  • (c) requires a professional body to carry out the functions relating to the registration system, the code of ethics, and the complaints and disciplinary process, and establishes a statutory body to oversee aspects of those functions:
  • (d) repeals the Engineers Registration Act 1924.
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