Lecture 11

Lecture 11 - Outline 1. Announcements 2. PEO Code of Ethics...

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Outline 1. Announcements 2. PEO Code of Ethics 3. Safety 1. Ford Pinto 2. Volvo SCC 3. ABS Nov. 24 & 29 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 11 2
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ANNOUNCEMENTS Nov. 24 & 29 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 11 3
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Tuesday, December 7 th from 10 AM to 12:30 PM in ETB 223 Poster Presentations of top eight from 10 AM to noon Pizza Lunch noon Are you going to attend? Nov. 24 & 29 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 11 4 Engineering 1 Showcase
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Would you buy a T-Shirt with the “My role as an Engineer” Fireball on it for $10 to $15? A – YES! B – Maybe… C – No. Nov. 24 & 29 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 11 5
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If you were to buy one, what size would you get? A - Extra-small B - Small C - Medium D - Large E - Extra-Large Nov. 24 & 29 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 11 6
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What should you take notes on related to the PEO Code of Ethics? 1. Sources of responsibility 2. Definitions 1. Code of ethics 2. Maximalist vs. minimalist ethics 3. Professional vs. personal ethics 4. Breach of standards, professional misconduct, whistleblowing, conflict of interest, Chinese wall, etc. 3. Paragraphs of the PEO Code of Ethics 1. To whom does a PEng have a duty to? 2. Ethical dilemmas associated with each. Nov. 24 & 29 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 11 7
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What should you take notes on related to safety? 1. Definitions of risk, safety, acceptable risk 2. Model of risk 3. Ford Pinto 1. Cost-benefit analysis 4. Volvo SCC 5. ABS 1. Definition of risk homeostasis Nov. 24 & 29 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 11 8
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Sources Professional code of ethics Specific legislated duties Contractual duties Code of ethics Being a professional carries certain legal and ethical responsibilities Recognizing ethical dilemmas and determining actions to address them are important skills for professionals Your professional colleagues can assist you to make ethically sound decisions Nov. 17 & 22, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 10 9 Responsibilities of a Professional Engineer
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Code of Ethics – A set of principles or rules that guide human behaviour. Minimalist Ethics – Minimum needed to be ethical. Maximalist Ethics – Requires one to go beyond minimal requirements and provide the most ethical solution. Professional Ethics – Such as PEO Code of Ethics. Personal Ethics – Individual morays, values, etc. Nov. 17 & 22, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 10 10 Definitions
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Codifies the responsibilities of the engineer to the public, clients, and employers Addresses Personal integrity/professionalism Regard to duty to the public as paramount Protecting the profession Conflict of interest Whistle-blowing Contributions Nov. 17 & 22, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 10 11 PEO Code of Ethics
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Section 77 of the Professional Engineers Act, Ontario Codifies the responsibilities of the engineer to the public, clients, employers, the engineering profession, and other professions Nov. 17 & 22, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 10 12 PEO Code of Ethics
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It is the duty of a practitioner to the public, to the
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Lecture 11 - Outline 1. Announcements 2. PEO Code of Ethics...

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