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E – 1756 Engineering Ethics and Responsible Charge

Intended Audience: All Engineers

PDH UNITS: 1

3 STUDENTS ENROLLED

The term “responsible charge” refers to the extent of control that a PE is required to exercise, while maintaining their independent control and direction of PE services or design work, and to the engineering decisions which can be made only by a “responsible” PE. This course provides an overview of the responsibilities of being in responsible charge, and the ethical considerations faced by a licensed engineer who is in that position. Each state board has its own definition as to what constitutes responsible charge, so PE’s should know the rules for the state(s) in which they are licensed PE’s

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:
  • Responsible charge
  • Engineer of record and delegated engineers
  • Making responsible decisions
  • A simple 3-part test to determine responsible charge
  • Responsible charge for part of a project
  • Supervision, review and change procedures
  • Delegation and responsible charge
  • Quality assurance protocols
  • Examples of aiding and abetting in violations of responsible charge
  • Area of competence
  • Preliminary investigations for pond planning
  • Sealing documents and responsible charge

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