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Disclaimer

Engineers Ireland provides the Engineers Ireland website (this website) as a service to its stakeholders, primarily its members.

Engineers Ireland is not responsible for, and expressly disclaims all liability for, damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, or reliance on any information contained within this website.

Engineers Ireland has used reasonable endeavours to ensure that material contained on this website is correct at the time the page was created and last modified. We do not guarantee that the information on this website is correct, complete and up-to-date. Engineers Ireland does not accept any liability, direct or indirectly, for any loss or damage which may result from any advice, opinion or information contained on this website. You are solely responsible for the actions you take in reliance on the content on or accessed through this website.

If a fault occurs in the service, we will attempt to correct the fault as soon as we reasonably can. Your access to the site may be occasionally restricted to allow for repairs, maintenance or updating.

Although the website and including its Engineers Journal may include links providing direct access to other internet resources, Engineers Ireland is not responsible for the accuracy or content of information contained in these sites.

Links published on this website including within its Engineers Journal do not constitute an endorsement by Engineers Ireland of the parties or their products or services. Views expressed in any article on this website - in an effort to facilitate open, informed debate on topical issues -  including within the Engineers Journal are the views of the authors and contributors individually and do not necessarily reflect the view of Engineers Ireland or its members.  Official policy positions of Engineers Ireland are identified as such.

Social Media Community Guidelines

Engineers Ireland participates on social media in order to update individuals and organisations on matters relating to our organisation and our work; on the work of other organisations that may have some relevance to, or implications for, our members; the work of our sectors (Regional branches, Engineering divisions and Engineering Societies); and the inspiring work of engineers and those involved in STEM-related activity (science, technology, engineering and maths). 

Our goal is to share ideas and information with as many individuals as possible.

We do not agree with or endorse every comment that individuals post on our social media page(s).  We are pleased that members and others engage with us and ask that any conversation remains respectful and constructive.

Engineers Ireland does not comment on matters outside of our core purpose as a professional body for engineers.