Engineering Ethics

According to the National Society of Professional Engineers’ code of ethics, the concurrence of engineer A with the chairman of the local city council to ‘grandfather' some specified buildings under construction within the older existing enforcement requirements and not the newer, more rigid requirements was not ethical (NSPE). First of all, the concurrence meant that the engineer violated the fundamental canons of the engineers’ code of conduct, which include holding paramount the safety, health, and welfare of the public, which the newer, more rigid requirements were introduced to take care of (Fleddermann 101). The engineer was also involved

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