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As a member or licensee with Engineers and Geoscientists BC, the  Code of Ethics  applies to you personally, whatever type of employment or work you are engaged in. This means that in your employment with the company you are subject to the Code of Ethics as well as the corp...
Since the Code of Ethics applies to you personally and regardless of the type of employment or work you are engaged in, it is your responsibility and duty to ensure that your actions, choices and decisions are consistent with its general principles and specific duties and r...
To be in compliance with the guideline, members are required to complete an average of 80 hours per year (240 hours on a 3-year rolling total). Hours are accrued as professional development hours where 1 professional development hour equals 1 hour of relevant professional dev...
Declaration provides the association with a way to demonstrate to the public that its members are keeping up-to-date in their area of practice. As well, members who choose to declare compliance are recognized with a "Declared Continuing Professional Development Compliant" not...
As a professional engineer or professional geoscientist and a member or licensee with Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia, you must perform your work lawfully and according to the high standards of ethical conduct and integrity set out in the Code of Ethics . This m...
As a member or licensee with Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia, you are governed by the association’s  Code of Ethics . It is binding on you personally, whatever the type of employment or work you are engaged. The Code of Ethics establishes general and specific dut...
As a member or licensee with Engineers and Geoscientists BC, you must perform your work lawfully and according to the high standards of ethical conduct and integrity set out in the  Code of Ethics . In keeping with this, it is your responsibility to communicate your awareness...
Under the  Code of Ethics , professional engineers and geoscientists are expected to follow a professional development program. As the program is very flexible with regards to the ways in which a member achieves their professional development, the cost is controllable by the ...
No. Under the Continuing Professional Development Guideline all members are expected to accumulate the same minimum number of hours. The exception to this is members who hold the Struct. Eng. designation. These members must follow the more stringent requirements of the Str...
Professional reliance is a practice that’s formalized through many different government regulations that specify the use of qualified professionals, and it’s our view that this model has served the public well. It came under scrutiny after some high-profile issues in the med...
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