Engineers and Geoscientists BC

Ethics in Practice: Reviewing the Work of Another Professional

Thursday, April 25, 2024
11:50 AM-12:00 PM Pacific time: Login
12:00 PM-1:00 PM Pacific time: Webinar

Eligible for 1 CE Hour of Ethical Learning

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Event Details


Tasha Booth | Continuing Education Coordinator
Direct: 604.558.6653
Toll Free: 1.888.430.8035 ext.6653
Email: [email protected]

Event Presenter(s)

Alice Kruchten, P.Eng.

Practice Advisor, Engineers and Geoscientists BC

Alice is a registered professional engineer and Practice Advisor with Engineers and Geoscientists BC. In her current role, Alice is responsible for managing the development of the organization's professional practice guidelines, engaging with various stakeholders to address professional practice concerns, and providing advice to registrants regarding practice issues. Alice is an environmental engineer with 8 years' experience in civil engineering and environmental consulting in BC. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (in Civil Engineering) and a Master of Engineering Leadership (in Integrated Water Management Engineering), both from the University of British Columbia.

About the Event

In engineering and geoscience work, technical reviews (Peer Reviews and Independent Reviews) are an important part of professional practice; however, confusion exists around the expectations and obligations of conduct related to these technical reviews. Engineers and Geoscientists BC's Professional Practice Guidelines on Peer Review and Quality Management Guides establish the various roles and responsibilities regarding technical reviews and clarify obligations of engineering and geoscience professionals who conduct reviews, or are subject to review, within any discipline or area of practice. In this webinar, we will discuss professional and ethical conduct, Peer Reviews, Independent Reviews, Expert Opinions, and Documented Checks.

Learning Objectives

Learn what your professional obligations are when completing a peer review, or when having your own work reviewed by another professional; considerations for registrant firms involved in peer reviews are also included.

Key Takeaways

Registrants will come away from this webinar with a clearer understanding of obligations when reviewing the work of another professional (or having their work reviewed) and expectations of professional conduct.