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In general, ethics related considerations and or issues arise every time that you make a choice or decision that has implication or consequences that potentially affects others.  The  Code of Ethics  is your primary resource. In addition to the statement of general principle...
The  Code of Ethics  is your primary resource. In addition to the statement of general principles that govern member and licensees conduct, the Code of Ethics sets out specific duties that are owed in dealings and relationships with others, such as clients, colleagues, and em...
In general, ethics related considerations and/or issues arise every time that an action, choice or decision has implications or consequences for others. Ethics is primarily about proactively seeking to do what is right, not just what is required: it involves making good decis...
Complying or operating in conformity with laws and regulations is the first step in ethical practice, but merely asking “what is necessary to comply with the law or regulation” is not the same as asking the ethics question “what is right?” Ethical standards go beyond what is...
It is important that those you work for and with are aware that you are an accredited professional. The ‘professional’ accreditation with Engineers and Geoscientists BC is an important one. It signifies a level of knowledge, education and experience that qualifies you to perf...
There are two essential aspects of being an accredited professional engineer or professional geoscientist through membership or license with a professional association such as Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia. The first is the ability to assure the public that by...
As a member or licensee with Engineers and Geoscientists BC, you are governed by the  Code of Ethics  that requires you to act at all times with fairness, courtesy and good faith to your associates, employers, employees and clients and with fidelity to the public needs. The ...
As a member or licensee with Engineers and Geoscientists BC, you are governed by the  Code of Ethics . It is binding on you personally, whatever the type of employment or work you are engaged in. When you qualified as a professional engineer or geoscientist, you made a perso...
Compliance with the  Continuing Professional Development Guideline  is recommended but not mandatory. Under the  Code of Ethics , members are responsible for undertaking professional development that is relevant to their practice. The guideline outlines expectations with resp...
Members who comply with the  Continuing Professional Development Guideline  will have this noted in their record and it will be published in the public Online Member Directory. Members who choose not to report compliance will not be declared compliant in their public member r...
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