Regulation No. 22 of 1999
Engineering Occupation Practice Regulation
Article 1: Regulation name and effect
This Regulation shall be cited “Engineering Occupation Practice Regulation of 1999” and shall come into force as of the date on which it is published in the official gazette.
Article 2: Definitions:
The following words and expressions, wherever stated herein, shall have the meanings given to them below unless the context implies otherwise:
Ministry: Ministry of Public Works & Housing.
Minister: Minister of Public Works & Housing.
Association: Jordanian Engineers Association.
Law: Engineers Association Law.
Board: Association Board.
Member: Association member.
Engineering company: the engineering company or consultation company officially registered in accordance with the provisions of the applicable Companies Act and the Engineering Offices Regulation.
Contractor: the natural or legal person liable to the client for providing materials, services or implementing works; and the engineer contracted to provide studies or supervise the implementation or consultations is not considered a contractor.
Contract or Agreement: a commitment to which the contractor and contracting entity is engaged; and the contracting of the engineering consultation works such as studies, supervision, consultations and project management services are not considered a contract or agreement.
Occupation practice: to carry out any engineering work within the field of the engineering occupation practice in any of the engineering sections or branches provided for in the Law, including the provision of engineering consultation or carrying out the study & research works, engineering designs or schemes preparation, setting the specifications to be executed, the execution of the said schemes or the supervision of anyone assigned to execute, maintain or operate the same.
Engineering specialization: the field of the engineering work practiced by the member, office or engineering company in one of the main engineering sections or branches in which it is registered with the Association.
Contest: a means to get the best engineering solutions of any idea, subject or engineering project by making a public invitation or limited to engineers, offices or engineering companies at the national, Arab or international level.
Authority: the Offices & Engineering Companies Authority as defined in the Offices & Engineering Companies Authority Regulation.
Article 3: Engineering works occupation practice fields
The engineering works occupation practice fields include:
Article 4: Association competency to regulate the engineer occupation practice
The Association shall have the competency to regulate the engineer occupation within the engineering fields set forth in Article 3 hereof including:
Article 5: Engineering contests:
Article 6: Engineering works occupation practice conditions
The occupation practice is subject to the following provisions, principles and conditions:
Article 7: Regulation provisions enforcement
The Board shall make the instructions necessary for enforcing the provisions of this Regulation.