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Unformatted text preview: C5 AflRWG‘flW 4 Engineer A is the Chief Engineer within a large engineering firm, and affixes his seal to e of the plans prepared by registered engineers working under his general direction who do ot aflix their seals to the plans, At times Engineer A also seals plans prepared by non- registered, graduate engineers working under his general supervision. Because of the size of the organization and the large number of projects being designed at any one time, Engineer A finds it impossible to give a detailed review or check of the design. He believes he is ethically and legally correct in not doing so because of his confidence in the ability of those he has hired and who are working under his general direction and supervision. By general direction and supervision, Engineer A means—that—he is involved in helping to establish the concept, the design requirements, and review elements of the design or project status as the design progresses. Engineer A is consulted about technical questions and he provides answers and direction in these matters. Is it ethical for Engineer A to seal plans that have not been prepared by him, or which he has not checked and reviewed in detail? (use ASCE Code of Ethics to support your answer) I535, 55:15,, 573k? 55.1055 ,1 A5,,55954..,.£55l ,, ,d15,,,_zn§>ne¢ £55 . , mid/him! $145$£€rk>s «1’55 1A (it ,wghpW/S‘SIVLU 5 A55 55555555 5 555 £5.95..- 5 54555,, 55+ ca 55555, @ 5L ,LW («com/Nd 55%,: i £5A5551155-E5 £5,255.55 W07 -5 51.72.5501 445 63L, 45151.5. ,.-is1.$,..-,,5k{(7. ff, 5/0175. 55555.L @5054: haw/551:5 ...
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