CE-186: Ethics for Practicing Engineers (Part #1) This seminar will review ethical obligations of licensees as outlined by the New York State Department of Education and licensure. Examples will be given from recent actions by the department against individuals along with analysis of where the licensee went wrong, and what could have been done to lessen risk and mitigate failings. Differentiations between mis-practice, malpractice and non-feasance will be discussed as well as methods to avoid each. A review of administrative actions against licensees will be undertaken so that participants will know how to respond to achieve the best results. A discussion of record keeping and proper practices will also afford participants an opportunity to improve procedures and hopefully better respond to inquiry if any. CE-187: Ethics for Practicing Engineers (Part #2) This seminar will review ethical obligations of licensees with an emphasis on other administrative bodies and their internal Licensing actions, and particularly actions against Professional Engineers and architects. A review of changes in Department of Building Requirements and new code changes in documentation and job filing procedures with the City of New York will be undertaken. Requirements of other agencies including the Fire Department and DEP will be discussed. A review of Federal Regulations as they relate to the practice of Engineering and Architecture as well as a discussion of contracting with Federal and State agencies will be undertaken. Discussion of legal liability to clients, statutes of limitation, inovation and the drafting of contracts and retainer agreements.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
The Club Quarters52 William StNew York, New York 10005212-859-2200
50 (38 remaining)
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