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Unformatted text preview: Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Change Recor d s 2010-I -07 I nit ial Cr eat ion 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-1 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Cour se Out line 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. T he Engineer ing Pr ofession Et hics Engineer ing L aw I nt ellect ual and I ndust r ial Pr oper t y Conflict Resolut ion The Cont r act ing Pr ocess Ot her L egal I ssues for Pr ofessional Engineer s Occupat ional H ealt h and Safet y Pr ivacy I ssues L egal L andmines in E-Commer ce I nt er nat ional Tr ade Envir onment al L aws and Regulat ions ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-2 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1 The Engineer ing Pr ofession 1.1 H ist or y of Engineer ing 1.2 St r uct ur e of t he Associat ions 1.3 L icensing det ails 1.4 Pr ofessional misconduct 1.5 The Accr edit at ion Pr ocess 1.6 Bir t h of a New Br anch of 1.6 Engineer ing: Soft war e Engineer ing E ngineer 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-3 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.1 H ist or y of Engineer ing s s s s s What I S engineer ing? “ A n engineer is a per son who can build for a An dime, what any damn fool can build for a dollar ” dollar E ngineer s BUI L D t hings t hat people want Engineer t o use Emphasis of ut ilit y, economy, safet y Compar e Soft war e Engineer ing wit h Compar Comput er Science Comput ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-4 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession H ist or y of Engineer ing s Ver y old s Romans had super b engineer s, who Romans mar ched wit h t heir ar mies m ar s Gr eeks t oo (Gr eek fir e) s Per sians could build gr eat br idges Per (H ellespont in 480 BC) (H 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-5 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession H ist or y s “ engineer ” comes fr om t he L at in engineer i ngeni um = clever ness, int elligence, genius genius s Fir st engineer s wer e civil engineer s s Then naval engineer s s T hen milit ar y engineer s (ar t iller y, Then et c) et 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-6 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession I ndust r ial Revolut ion s Fueled by engineer s in t he 19t h cent ur y cent s B ut t he concept of r egulat ion became But v er y cr it ical as people wer e being k illed by bad engineer ing (cf: medicine) m edicine) 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-7 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 20 Cent ur y th s L aur ier got it wr ong s “ The 20t h cent ur y belongs t o Engineer s” E ngineer s I magine what life would be like wit hout engineer ? w it 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-8 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 21 Cent ur y st s E ngineer s have been t oo focused on t he Engineer const r uct ion of t he immediat e end pr oduct pr s H ave not consider ed L ife Cycle cost s s For example, aut omobiles s A ll of t he pollut ion has been cr eat ed by All US! U S! s N ow we ar e concer ned about et hical Now st ewar dship, P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law anding in engineer Professionalism Winter 2010 1-9 st 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Regulat ing Engineer s s 2 w eeks ago I kundn’t spail engineer weeks and now I ar e one (old car t oon) and s As t he 19t h cent ur y pr ogr esses, mor e public pr essur e t o r egulat e t he ar ea public s A ny damn fool could hang up a sign Any saying she was an “engineer ” saying s CF aut omobiles in 1915 or soft war e CF t oday 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-10 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Case St udy 1: H igh Pr essur e B oiler s s L ow-pr essur e boiler s s 40,000 deat hs in t he 19t h cent ur y s L ed t o t her modynamics s Also bet t er met allur gical engineer ing s By 20t h cent ur y, no mor e deat hs 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-11 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Fir st St ep s Appr ent iceship pr ogr ams s T oo slow, did not scale well, no qualit y Too cont r ol cont 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-12 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Case St udy 2: Qu ébec Br idge s Galvanized Canada int o r egulat ing Galvanized engineer ing engineer 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-13 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession A Tale of Two (Canadian) B r idges s The Québec Br idge s The Confeder at ion Br idge s Bot h wer e t he Biggest in t heir class 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-14 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Québec Br idge s W as t o br idge St L awr ence at L évis, Was just sout h of Québec Cit y j ust s H ad t o be a cant ilever design because of sea t r affic up t he St . L awr ence of s F ir t h of For t h br idge (Scot land) had Fir been built ear lier so design sound been s Planned st ar t dat e 1905; finish dat e Planned 1908 1908 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-15 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Det ails s Picked Cooper , an Amer ican engineer Picked f r om NYC (best br idge-builder in t he wor ld) w or s No Canadians please s D eck design was 8 million pounds t oo Deck light l ight s Tr ouble seen in small bendings s Cooper never saw t he sit e s Cr ashed 29August , 1907, killing 75 Cr 2010-I-07 ©Dr. wor ker s M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 w or 1-16 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Sad det ails 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-17 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession H appy Det ails Today! 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-18 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Confeder at ion Br idge s Fixed link fr om PEI t o NB s 1993-1997 s Four year s, 1 $Gig s On-t ime, on-budget , on-qualit y s L ongest span over ice-cover ed wat er s in t he wor ld (12.9 ki) in 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-19 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession t oday 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-20 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession PEI -NB 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-21 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Aft er mat h of QB s Realizat ion t hat engineer ing needed Realizat t o be r egulat ed. s Began a 30 year pr ocess t owar ds p r ofessionalization 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-22 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Definit ion of Pr ofession Pr “ a self-select ive, self-disciplined gr oup self-select of individuals who hold t hemselves out t o t he public as possessing a special skill der ived fr om t r aining and educat ion and ar e pr epar ed t o exer cise t hat skill in t he int er est s of ot her s” ot 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-23 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession M ust also be a L aw s I t is illegal t o pr act ice engineer ing u nless you ar e “cer t ified” by t he pr ofession pr s N ow it is nor mally t he case t hat you Now m ust be a gr aduat e of an accr edit ed engineer ing pr ogr am at a univer sit y engineer 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-24 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Why do we need r egulat ion? s Pr ot ect ion of t he public s Need t o guar ant ee qualit y s Not a guar ant ee t hat we never fail 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-25 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession I n Fact @ ! s E ngineer s lear n fr om FAI L URE! Not Engineer success. success. s Tacoma Nar r ows Br idge for example s Challenger disast er 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-26 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Whenever a Plane cr ashes…. s I n t he old days, some Aer o eng scr ewed up scr s T oday, some soft war e engineer Today, scr ewed up scr s Example of ear ly Air buses s Chinese got it r ight in Y2K . The SEs Chinese w er e in Chinese air cr aft at t he millennium I N TH E AI R! m illennium 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-27 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Never For get s D oct or s kill t heir pat ient s one at a Doct t ime s Engineer s kill t hem by t he t housands! 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-28 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Quot e “ T o er r is human, but t o r eally foul To t hings up, you need a comput er ” Paul Ehr lich E hr 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 29 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession So H ow Ar e We Doing? s A pr il, 2006. 3,874 US soft war e Apr pr oject s r epor t ing pr s 47% wer e x Tr oubled x Tr oubled and r ecover ed x Tr oubled and failed s Answer : BAAAAAAAAD! ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 30 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Top 5 Sympt oms of Tr oubled Pr oject s 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Cr it ical issues in meet ing milest ones/complet ing Cr deliver ables deliver H igh r isk t hat pr oject will not deliver ant icipat ed r esult s Pr oject for ecast ed t o be unaccept ably lat e Pr oject I S unaccept ably behind schedule now Cr it ical t echnical issues wit h t he pr oject Cent er for Business Pr act ices “Tr oubled Pr oject s, Apr 2K 6” [PM N Aug 2K 6] 2K 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 31 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Top Reasons for Poor Pr oj P1. for manceon t he t eam, employees ar en’t er When ser ving 2. 3. 4. 5. When ser ving on t he t eam, employees ar en’t r elieved of r out ine r esponsibilit ies………………….…....84% E mployees do not r eceive PM Employees t r aining……....80% T eams ar en’t given enough Teams r esour ces..............69% Pr oject t eams t hr oughout t he Or ganizat ion fail Pr t o follow a st andar d PM met hodology……………...….62% m et The r ight ©Dr. M. Bennett ar en’t on t heandeam…….. 2010 32 people , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law t Professionalism Winter 2010-I-07 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Engineer ing Failur e (“Success has a hundr ed fat her s; Failur e is an or phan” Count Ciano) s Pr oject failur e x Schedule over r un x Cost over r un x Cancellat ion s Pr oduct failur e x Deat h and injur y x Expensive r ecalls x L egal liabilit ies x Or ganizat ional embar r assment 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 33 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Some Recent Schedule D isast er s (NB Schedule Over r uns nor mally go wit h Cost Over r uns!) s B ost on’s Big Bost Dig............................196% so D ig............................196% s H umber Br idge UK ......................175% s Bost on-NY-Washingt on r r .......130% s Gr eat Belt r ail t unnel DK ...........110% s Shinkansen Br idge JP................100% s Chunnel.............................................80 % s Ør esund access links DK ............70% 2010-I-07 s Gr eat©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 34 Belt Gr Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Spect acular Pr oject s c Spect acular COs s Suez Canal..............................1,900% s Sydney Oper a H ouse..........1,400% s Concor de.................................1,100% s Panama Canal (USA)..............200% s Br ooklyn Br idge......................100% s Fir ear ms........................1,000,000% s Picker ing A Rehab…..……….300% s Confeder at ion Br idge.................0% 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 35 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession A nd of Cour se, Canadian E xamples s M ont r eal x We JUST Olympics [1976]! finished paying for it ! x N ot e t hat t he L A Olympics M ADE Not $100M ! $100M x Vancouver ??? s OPG Picker ing A Unit 1Rehab (300% OPG CO, 2 year s lat e) N ot e what happened t o Chair man, CEO,©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 CEO, CFO! 2010-I-07 36 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Deadly Pr oject s s Quebec Br idge s Cher nobyl s Challenger , Columbia disast er s 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 37 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession All Thr ee! s F ir st Panama Canal (200% over r un, Fir did not finish, 20,000 men died) did 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 38 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession I SH 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-39 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession E mbar r assing Oper at ional E xamples s TM I 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 40 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession St r at egic Failur es (building somet hing no one want s) I r idium s $5 billion spent s Way lat e (12 year s) s N eeded 400,000 subscr iber s t o br eak Needed even; had 10,000 when it chapt er edeven; 11ed s Bought for $25M ! s M assive st r at egic misalignment ! 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 41 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Deadly Engineer ing s H yat t -Regency walkways collapse (114 dead) dead) s Ocean Ranger sinking (88 dead) s Thr esher sinking (129 dead) 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 42 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Viabilit y depends on Est imat ed ROI Pr oject Denver Air por t 200 H umber Br idge 175 Chunnel 80 Balt imor e M et r o 60 Por t land M et r o 55 Buffalo M et r o 50 Par is Nor d 25 2010-I-07 CO(%) Act uals/For ecast s (%) 50 25 18 40 45 30 25 43 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Why? s Polit icos L I E s Need t o get t he big ones done s N ot e t hat t he pr oject ed usage NEVER Not even comes CL OSE t o t he act uals even s T hey do NOT calculat e t he t ot al life They cycle cost of t he pr oject (i.e. t he effect on t he envir onment !) on 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 44 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Some M egaPr oject s t o Wat ch s China’s Thr ee Gor ges Dam s H ong K ong’s Chek L ap K ok air por t s Thailand’s 650 km M yanmar Thailand pipeline 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 45 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession The Nor t h Amer ican SW Repor t CarYd dan r epor t s t hat 25% of lar ge s Your our pr oject s NEVER finish and t he aver age M I S pr oject is one year lat e and 100% over budget . and s St andish Gr oup (Chaos Repor t ) St r epor t s t hat (1995) 31.1% pr oject s will be canceled befor e 31.1% complet ion complet 3 51.5.7% of t hem will aver age 189% over r uns 3 only 16.2% ar e complet ed on-t ime, on-budget 3 for For t une 500, 9% will do so 3 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 46 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Some Ver y Cost ly SW Pr oject s s AAT/CAATs s CONFI RM s Allst at e, Denver Air por t s TAURUS s CA DM V s M ar s Pr obes s Ar iane V r ocket s H er shey melt down 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 47 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Some Ver y SW Deadly Pr oject s s Ther ac 25 s The Pat r iot M issile s The L AS Debacle s Sever al Air Bus disast er s 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 48 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession M or e SW Cher nobyl Awar ds (M . M ische; “Reengineer ing” Auer bach) B adly managed pr oject s wit h t er r ible Badly consequences consequences s F lor ida’s Welfar e Syst em Pr oject ; Flor $100M $100M s I RS “Aut omat ion Effor t ” x $3.3Gs wast ed x Not a single line of code x cf: Canada Revenue Agency 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 49 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession The Audit or-Gener al’s Repor t Report to Parliament, October 1995 Chapter 12 analyzed 4 major IT projects, with a total cost (to date of $500,000,000). PSCS (PWGSC) $61M spent when cancelled ISPR (HRC) needs continual corrective action CDFS (PWGSC) used by 1 of 20 users!(95) IDFS (TC) descoped to remain on target 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 50 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Big 3 Reasons s Poor pr oject planning s Weak business case s L ack of t op management suppor t 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 51 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession And The Usual Suspect s s Used new/unpr oven t echnologies s Vendor s did not meet commit ment s Poor est imat es s L ack of r equir ement s definit ion s N o r isk management No 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 52 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Successes s Confeder at ion Br idge ($1G, on-t ime) s M illau Gor ge Br idge ($600M , 5 year s) 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 53 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Fr ance’s M illau Gor ge B r idge 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 54 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession H oover ’s Quot e I t is a gr eat pr ofession. There is t he sat isfact ion of wat ching a fi gment of t he imaginat i on emer ge t hr ough t he ai d of science t o a pl an on paper . Then it moves t o r eal izat ion i n st one or met al or ener gy. Then it br ings j obs and homes t o humans. Then i t el evat es t he st andar ds of l iving and adds t o t he comfor t s of life. That i s t he engineer 's hi gh pri vilege. T hat T he gr eat l iabi li t y of t he engineer compar ed t o people of ot her pr ofessions i s t hat hi s wor ks ar e out in The t he open where al l can see t hem. H er act s, st ep by st ep, are i n hard subst ance. H e cannot bur y hi s m ist akes in t he gr ave li ke t he doct or s. She cannot ar gue t hem int o t hi n ai r or blame t he judge like t he l awyer s. H e cannot , like t he ar chit ect s, cover his fail ur es wi t h t r ees and vines. She cannot , l ike t he pol it icians, scr een her shor t comi ngs by blami ng his opponent s and hope t hat t he peopl e wil l for get . The engineer si mply cannot deny t hat he di d it . I f her works do not wor k, she is damned. That is t he phant asmagor ia t hat haunt s hi s night s and dogs hi s days. She comes fr om t he job at t he end of t he day r esolved t o calculat e it again. H e wakes i n t he ni ght i n a cold sweat and put s somet hi ng on paper t hat l ooks si lly in t he mor ni ng. Al l day she shi ver s at t he t hought of t he bugs whi ch wil l inevit ably appear t o jolt her smoot h consummat ion. j olt On t he ot her hand, unli ke t he doct or , her s is not a l ife among t he weak. U nli ke t he soldi er , dest r uct ion i s On n ot his purpose. U nli ke t he lawyer, quar r els ar e not her dai ly br ead. To t he engineer falls t he job of clot hing t he bar e bones of science wit h life, comfor t and hope. clot N o doubt as year s go by peopl e for get which engineer di d it , even if t hey ever knew. Or some poli t i ci an No put s her name on i t . Or t hey cr edi t it t o some pr omot er who used ot her people’s money wit h which t o f inance it . But t he engineer hi msel f looks back at t he unending st r eam of goodness t hat fl ows fr om his successes wit h sat isfact ions t hat few pr ofessions may know. And t he ver dict of her fellow pr ofessionals is all l t he accolade she want s. a - H erber t H oover The Pr ofessi on of Engi neer i ng (fr om hi s memoi r s) 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-55 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Defn of Pr ofessional E ngineer ing s Any act of x designing, designing, composing, evaluat ing, advising, r epor t ing, dir ect ing or super vising wher ein t he safeguar ding of l ife, healt h, pr oper t y or public welfar e and t hat r equir es t he applicat ion of engineer ing pr inciples. (DCEARDS) engineer 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-56 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Examples of Pr ofessions s Doct or s s Nur ses s L awyer s 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-57 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Examples of Non-Pr ofessions s Comput er science s Nat ur al science in gener al s Pr ofessional at hlet es s Gar bage collect or s (“sanit at ion Gar engineer s”) engineer s H ousewives (“home engineer s”) 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-58 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Aut hor it y s M andat ed by L aw in each of t he 62 legal Nor t h Amer ican jur isdict ions s I s in pr ovincial/st at e jur isdict ion s I n Ont ar io, x Pr ofessional Engineer s Act . Chpt P.28 x Regulat ion 941 (as mandat ed by above) 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-59 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Canadian Accr edit ed Pr ogr ams s s s s s s s Aer ospace Agr icult ur al Agr icult ur al+Bior esour ce Biological Bio-r esour ce Building Cer amic 2010-I-07 s s s s s s Chemical Chemical + Chemical Biochemical B iochemical Civil Communicat ions Comput er Comput er Syst ems ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-60 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Eng Pr of cont . s s s s s s s s Elect r ical Elect r onic Syst ems E ngineer ing Engineer Chemist r y Chemist Engineer ing Physics Engineer ing Science E ngineer ing Engineer Science+Comput ing Science+Comput Envir onment al E nvir onment al Envir Syst ems Syst s s s s s s s s s Ext r act ive M et allur gy For est Geological Geomat ics I ndust r ial I ndust r ial Syst ems I nt egr at ed M anufact ur ing M at er ials 1-61 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession And M o! s s s s s s s M at hemat ics+Eng M echanical M et allur gical M ining M ining and M iner al Pr ocess Pr M et als and M at er ials Ocean and Naval Ocean Ar chit ect ur al Ar 2010-I-07 s s s s s Pet r oleum Oil and Gas Soft war e Syst ems Design Plus management Plus opt ions in most plus Fr ench ones t oo (Génie L ogicial) ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-62 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Evolut ion of L icensing L aws s 1887 – CSCEs meet s M or phed int o Engineer ing I nst it ut e of Canada in 1918 Canada s I nit ially engineer s wer e appr ent iced s E I C led char ge t o get it int o EI Univer sit ies U niver s W yoming fir st t o r egulat e engineer ing Wyoming in 1907 in 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-63 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession “ Closing” of t he Pr ofession s Began in 1922 s Finished in Ont ar io in 1937 s M ust be L icenced t o call your self an “engineer ” “ engineer s CS coder s ar e NOT soft war e CS engineer s! engineer 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-64 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Regulat ion is a Pr ovincial M at t er s 12 in Canada s 50 in t he USA s Rest of t he wor ld is ver y sket chy! s W hy your cab dr iver might be an Why engineer fr om Elbonia (Dilber t , Dude) engineer 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-65 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Canadian L icencing Bodies Associat ion of Pr ofessional Engineer s and Geoscient ist s of Br it ish Columbia (APEGBC) Associat ion of Pr ofessional Engineer s, Geologist s and Geophysicist s of Alber t a (APEGGA Engineer s and Geoscient ist s New Br unswick Associat ion of Pr ofessional Engineer s and Geoscient ist s of Saskat chewan (APEGS) Engineer s Nova Scot ia Engineer s PEI Associat ion of Pr ofessional Engineer s of Yukon (APEY) Or dr e des ingénieur s du Québec (OI Q) Pr ofessional Engineer s and Geoscient ist s of Newfoundland and L abr ador (PEGNL ) Pr ofessional Engineer s Ont ar io (PEO) Associat ion of Pr ofessional Engineer s and Geoscient ist s of t he Pr ovince of M anit oba (APE Nor t hwest Ter r it or ies and Nunavut Associat ion of Pr ofessional Engineer s and Geoscient i 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-66 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession All Act s cont ain at least t his: s s s s s s s s Pur pose of t he Act L egal definit ion of an engineer Pr ocedur e of est ablishing t he Associat ion St andar ds for admission Pr ocedur es for est ablishing r egulat ions Pr ocedur es for est ablishing bylaws t o Pr gover n t he Associat ion gover Code of Et hics Disciplinar y pr ocedur es ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-67 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Relevant Engineer ing Bodies s PEO s OSPE s engineer scanada (EC) business name engineer of CCPE (Canadian Council of Pr ofessional Engineer s) Pr s CEAB (Canadian Engineer ing CEAB Accr edit at ion Boar d) A ccr 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-68 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession A lar ge major it y (82%) of st udent s cor r ect ly ident ified t hat PEO is t he or ganizat ion r esponsible for licensing engineer s, while t wo-t hir ds (65%) named PEO t he body t hat r egulat es t he pr act ice of pr ofessional engineer s. Only one-in-four k new t hat PEO issues cer t ificat es of aut hor izat ion t o companies offer ing engineer ing ser vices (39%) and t hat OSPE advocat es on behalf of t he engineer ing pr ofession (37%). T hr ee-in-t en (27%) final year engineer ing st udent s cor r ect ly named Engineer s Canada as t he or ganizat ion t hat accr edit s Univer sit y engineer ing pr ogr ams. Or ganizat ional Responsibilit ies 82% (n=740) Which Or ganizat ion is Responsible for Each of t he Following PEO OSPE Engineers A ct ivit ies Don't know / Unsure Canada (EC) ? PEO 82% 65% (n=592) PEO 65% PEO 39% OSPE 37% 39% (n=352) 39% (n=352) CEAB 37% (n=338) 27% 30% (n=269) 24% 18% 12% 4% (n=38) (n=108) (n=159) (n=216) 29% (n=260) 27% 28% (n=254) (n=142) 14% (n=127) 16% 9% (n=83) (n=144) 9% 8% (n=85) (n=71) 8% (n=76) 2% (n=21) Licences P.Eng. Regulates practice of Eng. Issues Certificates of Authorization Advocates on behalf of Eng. profession Accredits University Eng. programs 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 Q9. Please indi cat e t he or ganizat i on r esponsi bl e for each of t he act ivit ies/ procedures list ed below. Base: All r espondent s 2009, n=907; not asked in 2008 1-69 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.2 Our Vehicle: The Associat ion (PEO) s Who: any L icenced member s W hy: it s pr inciple object is t o r egulat e Why: t he pope and gover n it s member s so pope t hat t he public int er est may be ser ved and pr ot ect ed and s pope = pr ofessi on of pr ofessi onal engi neer i ng 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-70 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Addit ional Object s s E st ablish, maint ain and develop Est st andar ds of knowledge and skills among member s s E ,m,and d st andar ds of qualificat ion E,m,and and st andar ds of pr act ice for t he pr ofession of engineer ing pr s E ,m and d st andar ds of pr ofessional E,m et hics s Pr omot e public awar eness of PEO 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-71 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession POPE s “ m eans any act of designing, means composing, evaluat ing, advising, r epor t ing, dir ect ing or super vising w her ein t he safeguar ding of life, h ealt h, pr oper t y or public welfar e is concer ned and t hat r equir es t he applicat ion of engineer ing pr inciples, but does not include pr act icing as a nat ur al scient ist ” n at 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett s DCEARDS , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-72 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession P.Eng. Seal s I ssued by Pr ov Assoc s M ust sign, dat e and affix t he seal 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-73 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Cer t ificat e of Aut hor izat ion s M ust be a P.Eng. + have a Cer t ificat e of Aut hor izat ion t o per for m POPE of s T he C of A is acquir ed by t he The Cor por at ion which Cor x I dent ifies t he P.Eng. who is r esponsible for t he wor k AND f or x Obt ains liabilit y insur ance s M or e t o K um ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-74 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession The Pr oblem wit h Ar chit ect s s Dut ies descr ibed in new Act s Client can chose eit her as pr ime Client consult ant consult s Joint Pr act ice Boar d liaises 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-75 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Council s Gover ning body of PEO s Shall manage and administ er it s Shall affair s affair s Council appoint s CEO and Regist r ar Council (Roger Bar ker ) and Deput y Regist r ar s (Roger s A lso a secr et ar y gener al Also 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-76 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession PEO’s Five Regions s W est er n (west of TO, P Cr edit , West Niagar a) N iagar s West Cent r al (west TO t o Algoma) s E ast Cent r al (east TO t o “, East Pet er bor ough) Pet s East er n (Pet er bor ough east ) s N or t her n (Algoma, M anit oulin Nor t h Nor and WestBennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-77 2010-I-07 and ©Dr. M. ) Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Composit ion s The eight een x3 elect ed at lar ge x 2 fr om each of t he 5 r egions s T wo elect ed by M ember s as P-E and a Two VP VP s T hr ee mor e, pr esident , vice-pr esident Thr (fr om council or at gener al meet ing), past -pr es. past 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-78 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession M ajor Commit t ees s Nominat ing s Execut ive s Fees M ediat ion s Regist r at ion s Academic Requir ement s s Exper ience Requir ement s s Consult ing Engineer ing Designat ion 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-79 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Nominat ing Commit t ee s PPP, I PP, P 2 ot her M ember s s Suggest names s Run t he elect ions 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-80 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Execut ive Commit t ee s P, P-E, I PP, 2 VPs, 1 or mor e Council P, member s as appoint ed m ember s A ct s for Council in emer gencies but Act must r epor t m ust s Act as appoint ed by Council s M ay advise CEO on mat t er s of policy s M ay make plans, r eviews for ecast s et c s Repor t s t o CCPE 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-81 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Fees M ediat ion Commit t ee s M ember s appoint ed by Council s Adjudicat es complaint s s M anages complaint s 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-82 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Regist r at ion Commit t ee s n lt 2 member s of Council appoint ed nlt by L GO by s nlt 3 member s appoint ed by Council s Adjudicat es licence applicat ions 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-83 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Academic Requir ement s Comm. s Assesses t he ARs s M akes r ecommendat ions t o r egist r ar s D ecides on what examinat ions must Decides be t aken by applicant be 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-84 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Exper ience Requir ement s Comm. s Checks out t he licence applicat ion (3 Checks t ypes) s Can r equest int er view s Can demand English compet ency 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-85 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.3 L icensing s Full s Tempor ar y (for non-r esident s) s Pr ovisional (under t he super vision of a Pr P.Eng.) P.Eng.) s L imit ed 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-86 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Pr ovisional L icence s s A pr ovisional licence may be issued t o an applicant for a pr pr ofessional engineer (P.Eng.) licence who has sat isfied all of PEO’s l icensing r equir ement s except for t he minimum 12 mont hs of v er ifiable and accept able engineer ing exper ience in a Canadian j ur isdict ion, under t he super vision of a pr ofessional engineer L icenced in t he jur isdict ion in which t he wor k was under t aken T o qualify for a pr ovisional licence, a P.Eng. licence applicant will To have: h ave: x x x sat isfied PEO’s academic r equir ement s for licensing; sat passed PEO’s Pr ofessional Pr act ice Examinat ion; and passed demonst r at ed t o PEO’s sat isfact ion at least 36 mont hs of accept able and ver ifiable demonst engineer ing exper ience out side of Canada (for applicat ions r eceived aft er June 30, 1998). 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-87 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession L imit ed L icence s s Scope of Pr actice: T eaching cour ses t hat ar e Scope pr imar ily engineer ing science and engineer ing design and doing engineer ing-r elat ed r esear ch wit h a univer sit y. u niver M ust have t hese r equir ement s: 1. M ust have a t ot al of 13 year s of exper ience in engineer ing wor k, 1. i ncluding t he year s spent in obt aining t he post -secondar y academic t r aining; 2. M ust have at least one year of such exper ience under t he super vision and dir ect ion of a licence holder aut hor ized t o pr act ise pr ofessional engineer ing in t he pr ovince or t er r it or y in Canada in w hich t he exper ience was acquir ed; 3. M ust have at least t he last t wo year s of t he exper ience in t he 3. ser vices wit hin t he pr act ice of pr ofessional engineer ing wit h r espect t o which t he limit ed licence is t o apply. 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., Pr Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-88 4. M ust pass t he Pr ofessionalPMPact ice Examinat ion Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Consult ing Engineer ing D esignat ion s M ust have 5 year s as a P.Eng. s Et c et c et c 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-89 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession M ember ship; a nat ur al per son w ho s I s a Canadian cit izen (or per m r esident ) s Not less t han 18 s H as appr opr iat e Academic qualificat ions plus PEO exams if mandat ed m andat s H as complet ed t he exper ience r eqs (4 year s) y ear s M ust be of good char act er 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-90 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession L icencing Pr ocess Application received by PEO Licence Awarded Evaluation of Academic Qualifications Professional Practice Examination Evaluation of Engineering Experience Approval by PEO Registrar 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-91 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Exper ience s Gener ally must have 4 year s Gener exper ience exper s H as t o be in an engineer ing ar ea, pr efer ably under a P.Eng. pr s Exper ience needs t o be cur r ent 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-92 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Qualit y of Exper ience 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Applicat ion of t heor y Pr act ical exper ience M anagement of engineer ing Communicat ions skills Social implicat ions of engineer ing 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-93 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Exper ience Cr edit s s M ust have at least 12 mont hs under a P.Eng., i n Ca na da ! s Can count 12 mont hs for post gr aduat e Can wor k w or s Can also claim under gr aduat e wor k Can exper ience if r elevant (up t o 12 mont hs) m ont 1-94 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Gr ey Ar eas: consult t he PEO s Teaching s Sales and mar ket ing s M ilit ar y ser vice s Pr oject management s Oper at ions and maint enance s Comput er engineer ing s Soft war e engineer ing 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-95 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Cer t ificat e of Aut hor izat ion s A Cer t ificat e of Aut hor izat ion i s a licence issued by Cer PEO t o allow individuals and business ent it ies t o offer and pr ovi de pr ofessional engineer ing ser vices offer t o t he publ i c, as dist inct fr om a L icence issued t o publ as i ndividuals t o pr act ise pr ofessional engineer ing. Section 12(2) of the P r ofessional Engineer s A ct states: " No per son shall offer t o t he public or states: engage in t he business of pr oviding t o t he public ser vices t hat ar e wit hin t he pr act ice of pr ofessional engineer ing except under and in accor dance wit h a cer t ificat e of aut hor izat ion ." cer ." ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-96 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Ar e you pr actising P r ofessional Engineer ing? s I f what you do meet s all t hr ee of t hese t est s, you ar e pr act ising pr ofessional engineer ing and must be licenced by t he associat ion. be 1. any act of designing, composing, evaluat ing, advising, any r epor t ing, dir ect ing or super vising; 2. w her ein t he safeguar ding of life, healt h, pr oper t y or t he 2. wher public welfar e is concer ned, and 3. t hat r equir es t he applicat ion of engineer ing pr inciples, 3. but does not include pr act ising as a nat ur al scient ist . 1. 1. 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-97 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession You need a CofA if you pr oviding PE ser vices t o t he public out your shingle"; adver t ise and pr omot e your self I f you "hang s s s eit her per sonally or t hr ough a legal ent it y such as a company or par t ner ship - as offer ing pr ofessional engineer ing ser vices, a C of A i s r equir ed. I f you pr ovide pr ofessional engineer ing ser vices t o t he public t hr ough t he sale of a pr oduct t hat is cust om-designed or an or iginal (as opposed t o an off-t he-shelf pr oduct ), a C of A is r equir ed. I f you wor k for ot her s, but offer pr ofessional engineer ing ser vices dir ect ly t o t he public on a par t -t ime, moonlight ing, or volunt eer basis, you must hold a C of A. Under t hese cir cumst ances, you should also, as a mat t er of pr ofessional cour t esy, infor m your employer t hat you ar e under t aking such wor k, so as t o avoid pot ent ial conflict s of int er est . I n addit ion, you should pr ovide your client wit h a wr it t en st at ement of t he nat ur e of your st at us as an 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 employee and t he at t endant limit at ions on your ser vices t o t he1-98 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession You may NOT need a CofA if you pr oviding PE Ser vices t o Boss, y our self , if t he fir m r equir ing your engineer ing exper t ise offer s H owever s s s s s s s a cont r act for ser vice, a Cer t ificat e of Aut hor izat ion will likely be r equir ed. You ar e likely wor king under a cont r act for ser vice and would t hus r equir e a C of A if: your cont r act indicat es an i ndependent cont r act or r elat ionship, or t he fir m pur chases y our t ime fr om an agency; y ou ar e fr ee t o pr ovide your business ser vices t o mor e t han one you f ir m; y ou invoice t he business for your t ime; you y ou ar e not paid if ser vices ar e not per for med; you y ou ar e not cover ed by t he fir m's pr ofessional liabilit y you i nsur ance; y ou ar e not r est r ict ed as t o hour s of wor k; you you r eceive no vacat ion pay or bonuses. 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-99 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession I f your fir m hir es you out and ... s s s s s s y ou ar e fr ee t o pr ovide your business ser vices t o mor e t han you one fir m; y ou invoice t he business for your t ime; you y ou ar e not paid if ser vices ar e not per for med; you y ou ar e not cover ed by t he fir m's pr ofessional liabilit y you i nsur ance; y ou ar e not r est r ict ed as t o hour s of wor k; you you r eceive no vacat ion pay or bonuses. s You 2010-I-07 likely need a CofA ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-100 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession CofA Requir ement s s P.Eng. s 5 y r s of pr ofessional exper ience (aft er yr degr ee) degr s Cost $693.00 Renewable at $346.50 s Penalt y (sec 40) up t o $25K for fir st Penalt offence, up t o $50K for subsequent s offence, 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-101 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.4 Pr ofessional M isconduct s N egligence (“ an act or omission in t he Negligence car r ying out of t he wor k of a pr act it ioner t hat const it ut es a failur e t o maint ain t he st andar ds t hat a r easonable and pr udent pr act it ioner w ould maint ain in t he cir cumst ances”) cir 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-102 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession PM means a) Negligence (as just defined) b) Failur e t o make r easonable b) pr ovision for t he safeguar ding of life or pr oper t y of a per son who may be affect ed by t he wor k affect c) Failur e t o act t o cor r ect or r epor t a c) sit uat ion t hat t he pr act it ioner believes may endanger t he safet y or welfar e of t he public w elfar 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-103 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession PM cont . d) Failur e t o make r easonable d) pr ovisions for complying wit h applicable st at ut es, r egulat ions, st andar ds, codes, by-laws and r ules in t he wor k e) Signing (sealing) a r epor t , final e) dr awing, specificat ion, plan or ot her document not act ually pr epar ed by t he pr act it ioner 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-104 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession PM cont . f ) Failur e t o pr esent clear ly t o t he f) employer , consequences t o be expect ed fr om a deviat ion pr oposed in t he wor k, if he is over r uled by a nont echnical aut hor it y wher e he is t he t echnical aut hor it y g) Br each of t he Act , ot her t han an act g) t hat is solely a br each of t he code of et hics et 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-105 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession h ) Under t aking wor k t hat he is not h) compet ent t o per for m by vir t ue of his t r aining and exper ience ii) Failur e t o make pr ompt , volunt ar y ) and complet e disclosur e of any conflict of int er est t o t he public, employer or client client 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-106 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Specific Conflict s of I nt er est ii1) accept ing compensat ion in any for m 1) for a ser vice fr om mor e t han one par t y f or ii2) submit t ing a t ender or act ing as a 2) cont r act or on any wor k t hat he is engineer ing engineer ii3) par t icipat ing in t he supply of 3) m at er ial or equipment t o be used by employer or client employer 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-107 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession M o Conflict s ii4) cont r act ing in his own r ight t o 4) per for m pr ofessional ser vices for ot her t han his employer ii5) expr essing opinions or making 5) st at ement s about t he pr act ice of engineer ing of public int er est wher e t he opinions ar e inspir ed or paid for by ot her int er est s by 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-108 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession PM jj) Any act t hat would be r easonably r egar ded ) by t he pr ofession as disgr aceful, dishonour able or unpr ofessional dishonour k ) Failur e t o abide by t he t er ms, condit ions of k) t he licence, t emp licence or cer t ificat e ll) Failur e t o supply document s r equest ed by ) an invest igat or under sect ion 34 of t he Act an m ) Assist ing anyone who is not a P.Eng. in m) t he pr act ice of P.Enging 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-109 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1 Discipline Commit t ee (S 28) a) b) c) H ear and det er mine allegat ions of PM when dir ect ed by t he Council PM H ear and det er mine under sect ions 24,27 or 37 24,27 Per for m such dut ies as assigned by Per C 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-110 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 2) The DC can find for PM if a) b) H e is guilt y of an offense r elevant t o suit abilit y t o pr act ise suit H e is guilt y of PM in t he DC’s opinion as per t he definit ions pr evious pr 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-111 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 3) DC can declar e him i ncompet ent if a) b) L ack of knowledge, skill, judgment or lack of welfar e for t he public in car r ying t he PE wor k (t his is cover ed under sect ion H of PM pr evious) pr Physical or ment al condit ion making Physical i t desir able t o r est r ict or pr ohibit him fr om pr act ising P.Eng. h im ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-112 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 4) DC can t hen do 11 t hings a) b) c) d) e) Revoke t he licence (or CA, TL , L L ) Suspend for up t o 24 mont hs A ccept his wor d t o limit t he Accept pr ofessional wor k t o a specified ext ent ext Requir e him t o t ake specified Requir cour ses cour I mpose licence r est r ict ions ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-113 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession L icence Rest r ict ions i) ii) iii) iv) E ngage PE only under t he per sonal Engage super vision of a M ember super Requir e him t o “not alone engage” Requir e per iodic inspect ions by t he Requir DC or designee DC Requir e him t o r epor t t o t he DC or Requir it s designee it ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-114 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession M or e Possible DC Act ions f ) Requir e t hat he be r epr imanded, f) admonished or counselled and t hat t his may be r ecor ded on t he Regist er f or a st at ed or unlimit ed per iod of t ime g) Revoke t he designat ion of specialist g) or CE or h) I mpose a fine of up t o $5,000 i) Publish t he case 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-115 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession M or e j) For ce him t o pay cost s k) Suspend t he penalt y imposit ion unt il i) complet ion of a cour se iii) pr esent at ion of pr oof t hat handicap i) has been over come h as 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-116 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 5) Publish t he Result s T he DC shall cause an or der of t he The Commit t ee, wit h or wit hout r easons, t o be published in t he official publicat ion of t he Associat ion wit h t he name of t he member . n ame 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-117 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Gover ning Relat ionships Provincial Government Professional Engineering Act Council election Professional Assoc of PEs licence member CCPE CEAB Admission Communication Discipline Professional Development 2010-I-07 Licenced Engineer member Engineering Societies CEQB ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-118 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession CCPE s Est ablished in 1936 s F eder at ion of all pr ovincial and Feder t er r it or ial associat ions t hat licence engineer s engineer s T r ies t o coor dinat e all engineer ing Tr act ivit ies in Canada act 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-119 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession engineer scanada (EC) s “ Br and name” of CCPE [2009] s Coor dinat es 12 pr ovincial bodies s Coor dinat es accr edit at ion of all Coor engineer ing pr ogr ams in Canada engineer s D oes t his in t he for m of an Does accr edit at ion visit accr 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-120 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession CEQB s D eals wit h mat t er s concer ning Deals qualificat ions for ent er ing t he engineer ing pr ofession engineer s Par t icular ly impor t ant for evaluat ion Par for eign applicant s f or 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-121 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Canadian Academy of E ngineer s s Elit e body of no mor e t han 250 s Fellows ar e elect ed s Gener ally pr omot es t he pr ofession 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-122 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Demogr aphics (152K M , 8K F) YT SK QB PEI ON NS NWT NF NB MA BC AB 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 70,000 Male Female 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-123 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5 The CEAB Accr edit at ion Pr ocess 1.5.1 Genesis 1.5.2 Cur r ent St at us 1.5.3 The Accr edit at ion Assessment 1.5.4 Rough Timelines 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-124 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5.1 Genesis s Est ablished in 1965 by t he CCPE s Role is t o “t est and evaluat e Role u nder gr aduat e engineer ing pr ogr ams offer ed at Canadian univer sit ies and t o awar d r ecognit ion t o pr ogr ams which meet t he r equir ed st andar ds” w hich 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-125 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession St r uct ur e of CEAB s Composed of 15 pr ofessional engineer s Composed f r om pr ivat e, public and academic sect or s sect s M ember s ar e volunt eer s s Repr esent differ ent par t s of t he Repr count r y and differ ent engineer ing disciplines disciplines s T er ms of Refer ence ar e defined in t he Ter CEAB Policy St at ement s2010-I-07 st anding , subcommitandee of t he 2010 1-126 I s a ©Dr. M. Bennett P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law t Professionalism Winter Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Cur r ent CEAB M ember ship (2010) CH AI R M EM BERS J acint a O’Br ien, P.Eng. Paul Amyot t e, FEC, P.Eng. Paul VI CE-CH AI R VI Svet lana Br ezv, P.Eng. René Rochet t e, P.Eng. M ichel Cout ur ier, P.Eng. PAST-CH AI R PAST-CH Guy Gendr on, ing. Guy G. Ross Pet er s, FEC, Rosamund H yde, P.Eng. Rosamund P.Eng. Dick K ind, P.Eng. D ick SECRETARY SECRETARY Gér ar d L achiver, ing. Gor don Gr iffit h, P.Eng. Gor J im L ee, P.Eng. EC Boar d Repr esent at ives EC Dave Ennis, P.Eng. D ave Wayne M acQuar r ie, P.Eng. Dave Chalcr oft P.Eng. D ave M alcom J. Reeves, P.Eng. SECRETARI AT K . Chr ist opher Wat t s,P.Eng. L ynn Villeneuve, L L .B. M ar ia Ar r iet a M . S. Sc. 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-127 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5.2 Cur r ent St at us s 36 univer sit ies have at least 1 36 cer t ified pr ogr am cer s We ar e t he 37t h s T her e ar e 96 accr edit ed pr ogr ams Ther alr eady alr 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-128 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Accr edit ed pr ogr ams s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s AGRI CU LTURAL ENGI N EERI NG s AGRI CU LTURAL AND BI ORESOU RCE AGRI s ENGI N EERI NG E NGI BI OL OGI CAL ENGI N EERI NG s BI O-RESOURCE ENGI N EERI NG s BI OSYSTEM S ENGI NEERI NG s BU I L DI NG ENGI NEERI NG s CERAMI C ENGI N EERI NG CERAMI C ENGI N EERI NG & M ANAGEMEN T s CERAMI C ENGI N EERI NG AND SOCI ET Y s CH EM I CAL & BI OCH EMI CAL CH ENGI N EERI NG E NGI s CH EM I CAL AN D BI OL OGI CAL CH s ENGI N EERI NG E NGI s CH EM I CAL AN D M ATERI AL S CH s ENGI N EERI NG E NGI s CH EM I CAL ENGI N EERI NG s CH EM I CAL ENGI N EERI NG & CH s M ANAGEM EN T CH EM I CAL ENGI N EERI NG AND SOCI ETY s s CI VI L ENGI N EERI NG s CI VI L ENGI N EERI NG & COM PUTER CI s SYSTEM S SYSTEM CI VI L ENGI N EERI NG AN D ENGI NEERI NGs CI M ECH ANI CS CI VI L ENGI N EERI NG AN D SOCI ETY COM M UNI CATI ONS ENGI NEERI NG COM PU TER ENGI NEERI NG COM PU TER ENGI NEERI NG AN D COM M ANAGEM EN T COM PU TER ENGI NEERI NG AN D SOCI ETY COM PU TER SYSTEM S ENGI NEERI NG EL ECTRI CAL ENGI NEERI NG E L ECTRI CAL ENGI NEERI NG AN D EL M ANAGEM EN T EL ECTRI CAL ENGI NEERI NG AN D SOCI ETY E L ECTRONI C I NFORM ATI ON SYSTEM S EL ENGI N EERI NG E NGI EL ECTRONI C SYSTEM S ENGI N EERI NG ENGI N EERI NG CH EM I STRY ENGI N EERI NG AND M ANAGEM ENT ENGI N EERI NG M ATERI AL S ENGI N EERI NG PH YSI CS ENGI N EERI NG PH YSI CS AN D M ANAGEM EN T ENGI N EERI NG PH YSI CS AN D SOCI ETY ENGI N EERI NG SCI ENCE ENGI N EERI NG SYSTEM S AN D COM PUTI NG EN VI RON MENTAL ENGI N EERI NG EN VI RON MENTAL SYSTEM S ENGI N EERI NG EXTRACTI VE M ETAL LU RGI CAL ENGI NEERI NG 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-129 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Accr edit ed pr ogr ams cont . s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s EXTRACTI VE M ETAL LU RGY FOOD ENGI NEERI NG FOREST ENGI NEERI NG FUEL S AN D M ATERI AL S ENGI NEERI NG GÉNI E AGROEN VI RONNEM ENTAL GÉNI E DE L A CONSTRUCTI ON GÉNI E DE L A PRODU CTI ON GÉNI AUTOM ATI SÉE AUTOM GÉNI E DES M I NES GÉNI E DES M I NES ET DE L A GÉNI M I N ÉRALURGI E GÉNI E DES SYSTÈM ES GÉNI ÉL ECTROM ÉCANI QUES ÉL GÉNI E ÉL ECTROM ÉCAN I QUE GÉNI E ET GESTI ON DE L A GÉNI CONSTRUCTI ON CONSTRUCTI GÉNI E MÉCAN I QUE M ANU FACTURI ER GEO-ENGI N EERI NG GEOL OGI CAL AN D M I N ERAL GEOL ENGI N EERI NG E NGI GEOL OGI CAL ENGI NEERI NG GEOL OGI CAL ENGI NEERI NG AN D GEOL APPL I ED EARTH SCI ENCE A PPL GEOL OGI CAL ENGI NEERI NG GEOL (GEOPH YSI CS) (GEOPH GEOMATI CS ENGI NEERI NG I N DU STRI AL ENGI NEERI NG s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s I NDUSTRI AL SYSTEM S ENGI NEERI NG I NTEGRATED ENGI NEERI NG M ANU FACTU RI NG ENGI NEERI NG M ANU FACTU RI NG ENGI NEERI NG AND M ANAGEM EN T M ANU FACTU RI NG ENGI NEERI NG AND SOCI ETY SOCI M ATERI AL S AND M ETAL LURGI CAL ENGI N EERI NG E NGI M ATERI AL S ENGI N EERI NG M ATERI AL S ENGI N EERI NG AN D M ANAGEM EN T M ATERI AL S ENGI N EERI NG AN D SOCI ETY M ATH EM ATI CS AN D ENGI N EERI NG M ECH AN I CAL ENGI NEERI NG M ECH AN I CAL ENGI NEERI NG AND M ANAGEM EN T M ECH AN I CAL ENGI NEERI NG AND SOCI ETY M ETAL LURGI CAL ENGI N EERI NG M ETAL LURGI CAL ENGI N EERI NG AND M ANAGEM EN T M ETAL LURGI CAL ENGI N EERI NG AND M ATERI AL S SCI ENCE M ETAL LURGY AND M ATERI AL S SCI ENCE M ETAL S AND M ATERI AL S ENGI NEERI NG M I NERAL ENGI NEERI NG 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-130 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Accr edit ed pr ogr ams cont . s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s M I N ERAL PROCESS ENGI N EERI NG M I N I NG AND M I NERAL PROCESS ENGI NEERI NG NAVAL ARCH I TECTU RAL ENGI N EERI NG OCEAN AN D NAVAL ARCH I TECTU RAL ENGI NEERI NG OCEAN OI L AN D GAS ENGI N EERI NG OI PETROL EU M ENGI N EERI NG PETROL PETROL EU M SYSTEM S ENGI N EERI NG PETROL REGI ONAL SYSTEM S ENGI N EERI NG REGI REGI ONAL EN VI RON M ENTAL SYSTEM S ENGI N EERI NG REGI SH I PBU I L DI NG ENGI NEERI NG SH SOFTWARE ENGI N EERI NG SOFTWARE ENGI N EERI NG AND M ANAGEMENT SOFTWARE ENGI N EERI NG AND SOCI ETY SURVEYI NG ENGI NEERI NG SURVEYI SYSTEM S DESI GN ENGI NEERI NG SYSTEM SYSTEM S ENGI NEERI NG SYSTEM WATER RESOU RCES ENGI N EERI NG WATER 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-131 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5.3 The Accr edit at ion A ssessment 1.5.3.1 1.5.3.2 1.5.3.2 1.5.3.3 1.5.3.3 1.5.3.4 1.5.3.4 1.5.3.5 1.5.3.5 1.5.3.6 1.5.3.6 1.5.3.7 1.5.3.7 2010-I-07 Select ion of Visit ing Team Select Pr epar at ion for t he Visit Pr A ccr edit at ion Visit Accr V isit ing Team Repor t Visit A ccr edit at ion Decision Accr F or mal Review For Publicat ion Publicat ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-132 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5.3.1 I nit iat ion & Timing of A ccr edit at ion Visit s I t is not mandat or y t o have an act ual visit ; somet imes a r epor t will suffice v isit s But for us, no way! s F or a new pr ogr am, visit must t ake For place when st udent s ar e in t heir L AST year of st udies s Bit of a cat ch-22 sit uat ion 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-133 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession M anE, NE Schedule 20052007 Fall 2K5 Winter 2K6 Spring 2K6 Summer 2K6 Third Year CurrRev Ask for Visit Trial Visit VT Sel PEO noted VT OKed Final Docs prepared Docs 2 EC Fall 2K6 Winter 2K7 Spring 2K7 Fourth Year VISIT Fine Tune Decision YES 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-134 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession M ech 2006-2008 Fall 2K6 Winter 2K7 Spring 2K7 Summer 2K7 Third Year CurrRev Ask for Visit Trial Visit VT Sel PEO noted VT OKed Final Docs prepared Docs 2 EC Winter 2K8 Winter 2K8 Spring 2K8 Fourth Year VISIT Fine Tune Decision YES 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-135 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession AE, EE, SE 2007-2009 Fall 2K7 Winter 2K8 Spring 2K8 Summer 2K8 Third Year CurrRev Ask for Visit Trial Visit VT Sel PEO noted VT OKed Final Docs prepared Docs 2 EC Fall 2K8 Winter 2K9 Spring 2K9 Fourth Year VISIT NE, ME rq Fine Tune Decision YES 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-136 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5.3.2 Select ion of Visit ing T eam s s Composit ion x Team chair x Vice-chair x One or mor e pr ogr am visit or s x One or mor e gener al visit or s x Obser ver s or ext r a visit or s ar e r equir ed Team M ember s ar e x Senior engineer s, academic and non-academic x H ave a high st anding in t he pr ogr am pr ofession x H ave t he abilit y t o assess moder n engineer ing cur r icula in t er ms of over all object ives cur ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-137 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Visit ing Chair s s s s s s s Select ed by CEAB, usually fr om t he pr esent or Select pr evious member ship pr H as over all r esponsibilit y for t he visit Select s t he r est of t he t eam member ship Assigns dut ies t o each member M ust be familiar wit h r esult s of pr evious visit s I s r esponsible for logist ics, especially t iming (in consult at ion wit h t he Dean) I s r esponsible for t he final r epor t ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-138 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Vice-Chair s s s s s M andat or y if mor e t han 3 pr ogr ams ar e being assessed Evaluat es common cor e pr ogr ams Backup t o t he chair Should eit her be fr om CEAB (past or pr esent ) Should or be a member of t he Nat ional Council of D eans of Engineer ing and Applied Science (NCDEAS) (NCDEAS) I f number of pr ogr ams is less t han 4, select an A lt er nat e Chair fr om t he t eam member s 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-139 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Pr ogr am Visit or s s A r e r esponsible for t he evaluat ion of Ar t he pr ogr am s M ay have mor e t han one for new or uncommon pr ogr ams u ncommon s M ust under st and t he subject mat t er well w ell 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-140 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Gener al Visit or s s s s s Ar e exper ienced pr ofessional engineer s St r ess t he educat ional needs of t he St pr ofession and make sur e t hat t hese ar e cover ed in t he cur r iculum cover Select ed fr om t he PEO (mm) Especially look for x x x x L icence issues St udent int er views Occupat ional healt h and safet y issues Suppor t depar t ment s and facilit ies ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-141 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Obser ver s, et c s A r e appoint ed as necessar y by EC Ar w it h t he agr eement of t he Chair and t he Dean s E xample; for eign visit or s t hinking of Example; adopt ing our pr ocedur es adopt s Washingt on Accor d 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-142 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5.3.2 Pr epar at ion for t he V isit 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Dean wr it es t o EC r equest ing a visit – fall CEAB appoint s Team Chair , sends document s t o CEAB inst it ut ion. i nst TC and Dean agr ee on a t ime for t he visit (fall next yea TC select s t he t eam and for war ds names t o Dean Dean may ask for a r eplacement A ll document s ar e for war ded by t he Dean t o t eam All member s and EC 6 weeks befor e t he visit m ember Dean and TC set up schedule; TC makes ar r angement s Dean makes available Cour se Document s 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-143 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Cour se Document s s s s s s s s Recent examinat ion, midt er m paper s (good, bad, Recent ugly) u gly) L abor at or y inst r uct ion sheet s St udent t r anscr ipt s St udent r epor t s and t heses Anyt hing built by t he st udent s Text books Teaching assignment list s 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-144 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5.3.3 Accr edit at ion Visit s Nor mally spans 3 days (Sun, M on, Tues) s I nt er views wit h senior univer sit y officials (Pr esident , Deans, H ead L ibr ar ian, Regist r ar ) Regist s I nt er views wit h all facult y and st aff s I nt er views wit h st udent s s I nt er views wit h ser vice depar t ment per sonnel per s T our s of lab facilit ies, libr ar ies, comput ing Tour facilit ies f acilit ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 s 1-145 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Typical Visit Schedule s s Evening befor e x Team meet s and looks at all mat er ials x Set s up assignment s for all t eam member s x Set s up game plan for visit , special t hings t o wat ch out Set for f or M or ning of t he Fir st Day x I nt r o meet ing wit h t eam and dean and depar t ment heads, confir ming schedule h eads, x T eam member s st ar t wor k on t heir assignment s, Team beginning wit h Dean/depar t ment lead. TC visit s pr esident pr 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-146 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Visit cont . s s s L uncheon M eet ing, Fir st Day x M et wit h pr esident , senior officials Aft er noon of t he Fir st Day x Team member s pr oceed wit h t heir assignment s Evening of t he Fir st Day x Team assembles alone over dinner x D iscusses st r engt hs and weaknesses, especially Discusses point s t o be pr obed/clar ified point x Need t o cr oss-check difficult ies 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-147 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Visit cont . s M or ning of t he Second Day x Team complet es t heir assignment s x Cr oss-checking ident ified complet ed s L uncheon of t he Second Day x Pr ivat e for t he t eam x M ember s discuss findings, st r engt hs and weaknesses w eaknesses x M ember s complet e t heir accr edit at ion r epor t x Chair synt hesizes all for t he exit int er view s Aft er noon of t he Second Day x Team meet s wit h Dean and Depar t ment L eads x Pr eliminar y findings ar e r epor t ed wit hout Pr 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. commentBennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-148 comment Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5.3.4 Visit ing Team Repor t s E ach t eam member , wit hin 2 weeks of Each t he visit , submit s t heir for mal r epor t t o t he Team Chair s T eam chair pr epar es t he final r epor t Team w it hin 4 weeks of t he visit and submit s it t o EC submit 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-149 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5.3.5 Accr edit at ion D ecision s s s s s s E C edit or checks t o make sur e r epor t is EC wit hin t he mandat e of EC w it I f so, is sent t o t he Dean D ean may comment on act ions being t aken Dean t o cor r ect ident ified deficiencies EC cr eat es a Accr edit at ion Decision Dossier Copy sent t o t he dean B ig meet ing at t he beginning of June and Big r esult s ar e announced t her e ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-150 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Possible Decisions s No accr edit at ion s One year (r eally bad) s Two year (new ar ea) s Thr ee year (new pr ogr am) s F our -Five year (alignment wit h ot her Four pr ogr ams) pr s Six year (maximum t hat can be given) 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-151 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5.3.6 For mal Review s Result s of t he decision ar e Result communicat ed in wr it ing t o t he Dean and t he r easons t her ein and 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-152 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5.3.7 Publicat ion s Posit ive r esult s ar e post ed on EC websit e and in subsequent paper sit document s document 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-153 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.5.5 What M ust Pr ofs do? s s s s s s s M ake sur e t hat t he specified AUs ar e act ually cover ed in all of t heir cour ses cover Collect cour se document at ion K now and show cour se policies and pr ocedur es Split out design and safet y issues Split out labor at or y exper ience Split out comput er /soft war e exper ience H elp in t he document at ion of all FEAS policies and pr ocedur es. Also know t hem and be able t o give examples of when t hey wer e execut ed. ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-154 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession M or e Requir ement s s s s s s Pr of must have P.Eng. OR be in t he pr ocess of Pr get t ing it get T H I S I S CRI TI CAL TH I f Pr of does not have 4 year s of exper ience yet , is declar ed an EI T is I f Pr of has ext er nal cer t ificat ion but NOT t he PEO P.Eng, t hen she must apply for it . N ot e t hat out -of-pr ovince cer t ificat ion is Not fr owned upon. H as t o be PEO-accept ed! fr 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-155 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession AU 101 s s s s s Cour ses ar e quant it at ively evaluat ed in Cour t er ms of Accr edit at ion Unit s (AUs) One 50 minut es lect ur e = 1AU 1 h our of labor at or y or t ut or ial wor k = 0.5 hour AU AU E xample: FOO 101 has 3 lect ur e hour s per Example: w eek and 1 lab hour . Cour se r uns 12.4 weeks w eeks AU = (3+0.5)x12.4 = 43.4 AUs ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-156 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession All Engineer ing is divided i nt o 5 s s s s s s M at hemat ics at at Nat ur al Science at x M inimum of 420 M and NS Engineer ing Science at Engineer ing Design at x M inimum of 900 ES and ED Complement ar y St udies AU AU E nt ir e pr ogr am must have at Ent at least 195 AU least 195 AU least 225 AU least 225 AU at least 225 at least 1950 AU 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-157 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession The 10% Rule s W e want t o be at least 10% over each of We t he 5 cat egor ies s T her e will always be some fr ict ion about Ther t he number s, especially over basic science and engineer ing science and s T r y t o keep t he number of cat egor ies in Tr an individual cour se as low as possible. M at h and NS ar e nor mally easy 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-158 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession The M inimum Pat h s I n calculat ing t he t ot al number of AUs, w m ust use t he M inimum Pat h, even if no one st udent ever t akes it s B e ver y car eful in giving cr edit s fr om Be n on-UOI T sour ces 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-159 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession M at hemat ics s I ncludes st andar d mat h such as x Differ ent ial and I nt egr al calculus (mandat or y) x L inear algebr a x Differ ent ial equat ions x Discr et e mat h x Pr obabilit y x St at ist ics x Numer ical analysis x Advanced calculus x Advanced engineer ing mat hemat ics ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-160 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Nat ur al Science s M ust cont ain basic physics and chemist r y s Ear t h sciences s L ife sciences s A ny t hing t hat r elat es t o t he Any u nder st anding of nat ur al phenomena and r elat ionships t hr ough t he use of analyt ical and/or exper iment al t echniques s N ot e: subsect ions of many cour ses can Not 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-161 cont r ibut e her e cont Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Examples of Subcomponent s of Nat ur al Science s Elect r onics – solid st at e physics s N et wor king – physics of t r ansmission Net media m edia s Ther modynamics – Car not cycle s H uman Comput er I nt er facing – psychology psychology s Oper at ing syst ems – insect populat ion Oper disper sion disper s2010-I-07 is©Dr. M. Bennett ,L Y PMP Ethics, Lawant in Soft war1-162 This REAL P.Eng., impor t and Professionalism Winter 2010 e Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Non-accept able Examples s A L L r epeat AL L of Comput er Science AL i s consider ed ED and ED NOT BS or M s Side-effect of t his t hat all CS cour ses Side-effect should be t aught by P.Eng.’s. should 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-163 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Engineer ing Science s s s s H as it s r oot s in BS and M but car r ies knowledge f ur t her by st r essing cr eat ive applicat ions t o help out societ y. out M ay involve t he development of mat hemat ical or numer ical t echniques n umer M ay use modelling, simulat ion, exper iment al t echniques A pplicat ion t o t he ident ificat ion and solut ion of Applicat pr act ical engineer ing pr oblems is t o be st r essed pr 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-164 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession ES includes applied aspect s of: s s s s s s s St r engt h of St mat er ials m at Fluid mechanics Ther modynamics E lect r ical and Elect elect r onic cir cuit s elect Soil mechanics Aut omat ic cont r ol Aer odynamics s s s s s M at er ials science Geoscience Comput er science E nvir onment al Envir st udies st Plus ot her s 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-165 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession ES cont s A ll of t he pr evious (except Comput er All Science) cont ain element s of BS. Pr of m ust keep t hem separ at e and be able t o ident ify t hen. i dent s I n doing par t ial count s, must keep t r ack of how many hour s ar e spent on t he n at ur al science component s and how m any on engineer ing design and engineer ing science. engineer 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-166 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Engineer ing Design s s s s s I s r eally st r essed M ust not only separ at e out design but we have t o h ave a special sect ion descr ibing all of t he design act ivit ies in t he pr ogr am design Pr ogr am must end wit h a Capst one Pr oject N eed t o st r ess t eamwor k and pr oject Need management m anagement A gain split out component s in each cour se and Again st at e wher e t his is done st 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-167 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Applicat ions of Comput er s s A ppr opr iat e cont ent r equir ing t he Appr applicat ion of comput er s, har dwar e, soft war e and net wor king must be split out fr om t he ED and ES component s. component 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-168 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Complement ar y St udies s M andat or y ar e x Engineer ing economics x I mpact of t echnology on societ y x Subject mat t er cover ing cent r al issues, Subject m et hodologies and t hought pr ocesses of humanit ies and social sciences (L SE) h umanit x Communicat ion skills x Et hics, aw and Pr ofessionalism s For eign languages ar e excluded ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 2010-I-07 1-169 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Design & Safet y Pr ocedur es s M ust list all on a cour se-by-cour se basis as appr opr iat e basis 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-170 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession The Winds of Change: OBA Out comes-Based Assessment 1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. A k nowledge base for engineer ing engineer P r oblem analysis Pr I nvestigation D esign U se of engineer ing tools t ools I ndividual and t eam wor k w or Communication sk ills 8. Pr ofessionalism 9. I mpact of engineer ing on society and the envir onment envir 10. Ethics and equity 11. E conomics and pr oject Economics management m anagement 12. L ife-long lear ning 7. 2010-I-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng, PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-171 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession 1.6 Soft war e Engineer ing s Fir st “aut hor ized” in Texas in 1998 s PEO in 2000 s Quebec, Alber t a and BC now 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-172 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession The M emor ial Disast er s CS wit h soft war e engineer ing CS designat ion designat s Big fight s N & L wit hheld cer t ificat ion of AL L N& engineer s in 2000 engineer s Dr aw s UWO posit ion 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-173 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Canada s I n 2001, Ot t awa, UWO, M cM ast er fir st 3 f ir s N ow t her e ar e 11 (Car lt on, Concor dia, Now E cole Polyt echnique, Calgar y, L akehead, Wat er loo, L aval) s And of cour se, UOI T! 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-174 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Remember ! s Only a L icenced engineer can Only engineer engineer s CSs ar e NOT engineer s 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-175 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession New Br anches? s Biological engineer ing s Net wor k engineer ing 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-176 Unit 1 The Engineering Profession Cur r ent UOI T St at us s N E, M anE, M echE, AE, EE, SE NE, appr oved appr s Nuk and M an on second r ound now s M echE next year s AE, EE, SE year aft er t hat 2010-I-07 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 1-177 ...
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