notes_CHAPTER_08_duties_client_rev_2009-03

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Rev. 2009-03 © Concordia University, 2003 CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGR 201 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND RESPONSIBILITY PROFESSOR : REMI ALAURENT, ENG. CHAPTER 08 CODE OF ETHICS : DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS TOWARDS THE CLIENT Knowing one's limitations page 1 Information page 3 Integrity page 5 Availability and diligence page 7 Independence and impartiality page 8 Professional secrecy page 9 Records and documents page 10 Fees page 12 TOPIC 1 : KNOWING ONE'S LIMITATIONS 3.01.01. 1 Before accepting a mandate, an engineer must bear in mind the extent of his proficiency and aptitudes and also the means at his disposal to carry out the mandate. The engineer must secure the availability of enough intellectual and material resources to bring the project to fruition. 1 Unless otherwise noted, the Code of Ethics of Engineers is quoted
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