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Contributii ISPE privind siturile contaminate din Romania
Transcript of Contributii ISPE privind siturile contaminate din Romania
Division Energy & Environment Pachet de lucru 3 - Aplicatiile/ documentaţia pentru 3 proiecte de investiţii pentru reabilitarea siturilor selecţionate pregătite în vederea obţinerii finanţării din Fonduri Structurale PHASE II ESA....... The Code of Ethics is a basic guide to professional conduct and imposes duties on the practising professional engineer, with respect to:
•society; employers; clients; colleagues, including employees and subordinates; the engineering profession; and
Section 77 of Regulation 941 states that "it is the duty of a practitioner to the public, to the practitioner's employer, to the practitioner's clients, to other licensed engineers of the practitioner's profession, and to the practitioner to act at all times with,
i. fairness and loyalty to the practitioner's associates, employers, clients, subordinates and employees,
ii. fidelity to public needs,
iii. devotion to high ideals of personal honour and professional integrity,
iv. knowledge of developments in the area of professional engineering relevant to any services that are undertaken, and
v. competence in the performance of any professional engineering services that are undertaken".
Through the Code of Ethics, professional engineers have a clearly defined duty to society, which is to regard the duty to public welfare as paramount, above their duties to clients or employers. Their duty to employers involves acting as faithful agents or trustees, regarding client information as confidential and avoiding or disclosing conflicts of interest. Their duty to clients means that professional engineers have to disclose immediately any direct or indirect interest that might prejudice (or appear to prejudice) their professional judgement.
Like medical or legal professionals, professional engineers are licensed, and are accountable for their work. Their duty is to serve and protect the public welfare where engineering is concerned. Professional engineers subscribe to a strict code of ethics and practice standards. The practice of the profession is regulated by Professional Engineers Ontario.
In Canada, the title "professional engineer"; is restricted by law. In Ontario, only those individuals who have demonstrated that they possess the necessary qualifications and have been licensed by PEO can use the title, which is often abbreviated as "P.Eng."