UNIT 11 2010-IV-01-2

UNIT 11 2010-IV-01-2 - ENGR 4760U Ethics Law and...

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Unformatted text preview: ENGR 4760U Ethics, Law and Professionalism for Engineers Unit 11 International Issues Unit 2010-IV-01 2010-IV-01 Dr. J. Michael Bennett, P.Eng., PMP UOIT Unit 11 International Issues Change Record s 2010-I-07 Initial Creation 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 11-2 Unit 11 International Issues Course Outline International Issues Ethics Engineering Law Intellectual and Industrial Property Conflict Resolution The Contracting Process Other Legal Issues for Professional Engineers Occupational Health and Safety Privacy Issues Legal Landmines in E-Commerce International Trade Environmental Laws and Regulations 11-3 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 Unit 11 International Issues Methods of Project Delivery: Introduction The nature of the project drives the choice of The project delivery model Transparency and fairness requirements for public Transparency projects may necessitate a tender process projects Labour and materials markets may influence the Labour choice of project delivery model choice s s s 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-4 Unit 11 International Issues The buyer and its consultant conceptualize The and design the project and s The buyer invites contractors to bid in open The or closed bid or s The buyer hires a general contractor to The build the project build s The consultant monitors the construction s The buyer pays for the project and puts it The into service into (Continued) s 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 Project Delivery: Design­Bid­ Build 10-5 Unit 11 International Issues Project Delivery: Design­Bid­ Build (Continued) 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-6 Unit 11 International Issues Project Delivery: Design­Build s The buyer pays for the project and puts it The into service into The buyer conceptualizes the project and The then hires a single party to design and build it it s The design-build deliver model offers the The buyer little control over the design process buyer s (Continued) 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-7 Unit 11 International Issues Project Delivery: Design­Build (Continued) 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-8 Unit 11 International Issues Project Delivery: Design­Build­ Operate s Similar to the design-build model, but the Similar design-builder also operates the project for a specified period specified s Adding the operation element ensures that Adding the design-builder has an incentive to ensure the project is well designed and constructed 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-9 Unit 11 International Issues Project Delivery: Design­Build­Operate­Finance Adds a financing element to the designbuild-operate model; the contractor is build-operate required to invest in the project which increases the contractor's risk increases Design-build-operate-finance projects that Design-build-operate-finance are partly government financed are called public-private partnerships (P3s) public-private (Continued) s s 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-10 Unit 11 International Issues Project Delivery: Design­Build­Operate­Finance (Continued) 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-11 Unit 11 International Issues Project Delivery: Construction Management The owner contracts directly with the trades The instead of hiring a main contractor instead The owner hires a construction manager to The manage the trades manage If difficulties arise, there is no single party the If owner can order to solve the problem. Rather, the owner must become involved in determining which of the trades are at fault, and to what extent which (Continued) 10-12 s s s 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 Unit 11 International Issues Project Delivery: Construction Management (Continued) 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-13 Unit 11 International Issues International and Interprovincial Trade Agreements Set rules for the transfer of goods and Set services services s May influence procurement and dispute May resolution processes resolution s International agreements: NAFTA, WTO s Interprovincial agreement: Agreement on Interprovincial Internal Trade (AIT) Internal s 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-14 Unit 11 International Issues International and Interprovincial Trade Agreements (AIT) General rules: Non-discrimination - Equal treatment for all Canadian persons, goods, services and investments. Right of entry and exit - Prohibiting measures that restrict the movement of persons, goods, services or investments across provincial or territorial boundaries. 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-15 Unit 11 International Issues International and Interprovincial Trade Agreements (AIT) No obstacles Ensuring each government’s policies and practices do not create obstacles to trade. Reconciliation - Providing the basis for eliminating trade barriers caused by differences in standards and regulations across Canada by harmonization, mutual recognition or other means. 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-16 Unit 11 International Issues International and Interprovincial Trade Agreements (AIT) Transparency - Ensuring information on each government’s measures is accessible to interested businesses, individuals and other governments. 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-17 Unit 11 International Issues International and Interprovincial Trade Agreements (NAFTA) Facilitate mobilization of goods across borders of Canada/US/Mexico Facilitate mobilization of professional labour across borders of Canada / US / Mexico Each state has own FE and PE examination process 2010-IV-01 ©Dr. M. Bennett , P.Eng., PMP Ethics, Law and Professionalism Winter 2010 10-18 ...
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