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ENGINEERING PREAMBLE 4.

) Engineers shall not disclose, without consent,


Engineering is an important and learned profession. As confidential information concerning the business affairs
members of this profession, engineers are expected to exhibit or technical processes of any present or former client or
the highest standards of honesty and integrity. Engineering employer, or public body on which they serve
has a direct and vital impact on the quality of life for all -ewiz, hindi dapat dalhin sa iba
people. Accordingly, the services provided by engineers -ang natutunan sa previous employer ay bawal gayahin
require honesty, impartiality, fairness, and equity, and must directly
be dedicated to the protection of the public health, safety, 5.) Engineers shall not be influenced in their professional
and welfare. Engineers must perform under a standard of duties by conflicting interests.
professional behavior that requires adherence to the highest -don’t receive suol hindi included ang bonuses
principles of ethical conduct. -financial issue
Fundamental Canons 6.) Engineers shall not attempt to obtain employment or
Engineers, in the fulfillment of their professional duties, advancement or professional engagements by
shall: untruthfully criticizing other engineers, or by other
1. Hold paramount the safety, health, and welfare of the improper or questionable methods.
public. -superiority, below the belt ang pagmamaliit, paninira sa
2. Perform services only in areas of their competence. previous employer.
3. Issue public statements only in an objective and truthful -wag maliitin yung bagong emplayado
manner. -paalam kung mag papartime job
4. Act for each employer or client as faithful agents or -paalam muna bago kunin. (ex: car company) but no conflict
trustees. if along the way yun isasabay mo
5. Avoid deceptive acts. -ginagamit ang pera at work for personal need since hind pa
6. Conduct themselves honorably, responsibly, ethically, and need ng company
lawfully so as to enhance the honor, reputation, and -company a->b same product Brand A = misinformation
usefulness of the profession -hindi tatanggap ng bribery
II. Rules of Practice 7.) Engineers shall not attempt to injure, maliciously or
1.) Engineers shall hold paramount the safety, health, and falsely, directly or indirectly, the professional
welfare of the public. reputation, prospects, practice, or employment of other
engineers. Engineers who believe others are guilty of
2.) Engineers shall perform services only in the areas of their unethical or illegal practice shall present such
competence. information to the proper authority for action
-Report problems immediately
3.) Engineers shall issue public statements only in an -budget : ginamit sa tuition dahil may problem sa salary.
objective and truthful manner. Dapat magpaalam sa boss
-iniwan ang job sa company A, QA ka din sa comp B.
4.) Engineers shall act for each employer or client as faithful -company A: 15k salary B: 20K C:25k
agents or trustees. DOLE- regeion4A salary pantay lang
15k dahil provided ang benefits
5.) Engineers shall avoid deceptive acts. 20k dahil no allowance, shuttle, cost benefit analysis
-sales
8.) Engineers shall accept personal responsibility for their
PROFESSIONAL OBLIGATIONS professional activities, provided, however, that
engineers may seek indemnification for services arising
1.) Engineers shall be guided in all their relations by the
out of their practice for other than gross negligence,
highest standards of honesty and integrity.
where the engineer's interests cannot otherwise be
protected.
-so that nobody will be harm, be responsible enough
2.) Engineers shall at all times strive to serve the public
-law abiding, follow rules and regulations
interest.
9.) Engineers shall give credit for engineering work to those
to whom credit is due, and will recognize the
proprietary interests of others.
3.) Engineers shall avoid all conduct or practice that
-copyright, give credits
deceives the public.
-avoid infringements
"Sustainable development" is the challenge of meeting (4) AUTONOMY ON WORKPLACE
human needs for natural resources, industrial products, – REALITY: Professionals often have an unusual degree of
energy, food, transportation, shelter, and effective waste autonomy in the workplace.
management while conserving and protecting environmental – ADVANTAGE: the professional who has sufficient
quality and the natural resource base essential for future knowledge to determine the appropriate professional
development. services in a given situation
STANDARD FOR A PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY – DISADVANTAGE: may also increase to easily promote their
ROLE MORALITY: Carry the special obligations prerogatives – economic self-interest
obligation as an individual (5) CLAIM TO ETHICAL REGULATION
1. Professional: Engineers from mining –Two functions: altruistic (humane) and self-interest.
Obligation as employee to the company: Implement Activity
Professions as Social Practices
for Profit
–aims or goods that are especially associated with it or
Obligation as Citizen: Protect the health of the community
‘‘internal’’ to it.
2. Professional : Lawyers
A Socratic Account of Professionalism
Obligation to the client: Defend client whom they believed to
1.A profession cannot be composed of only onemperson. It is
be guilty.
always composed of a number ofmindividuals.
Professional Obligation: Give the client the best possible
2. A profession involves a public element. One must openly
defense before the law.
‘‘profess’’ to be a physician or attorney, much as the
5 EDUCATION IN PREVENTING ETHICS
dictionary accounts of the term ‘‘profession’’ suggest.
1. STIMULATE THE MORAL IMAGINATION
3. A profession is a way people earn a living and is usually
ENGINEERS IMAGINATION IS NECESSARY MUST IMAGINE
something that occupies them during their working hours. A
POSSIBLE ALTERNATIVES AND THEIR LIKELY CONSEQUENCES
profession is still an occupation (a way of earning a living)
2. RECOGNIZE ETHICAL ISSUES ENGINEERS
even if the occupation enjoys professional status.
MAKES CRITICAL DECISION
4. A profession is something that people enter into
DECISION MUST RECOGNIZE: HONESTY ; FAIRNESS;INTEGRITY
voluntarily and that they can leave voluntarily.
3. DEVELOP ANALTICAL SKILLS
Much like advocates of the social practice approach, a
IN REALITY
profession must serve some morally praiseworthy goal.
YOU ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO USED TECHNICAL IN ANALYZING
6. Professionals must pursue a morally praiseworthy goal by
MORAL ISSUES.
morally permissible means.
YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO THINK CLEARLY
7. Ethical standards in a profession should obligate
ABOUT UTILITY, JUSTICE, RIGHT, DUTIES,
professionals to act in some way that goes beyond what law,
AND RESPECT FOR PERSON. market, morality, and public opinion would otherwise require.
4. ELICITING A SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY TWO MODELS OF PROFESSIONALISM
5. TOLERATING DISAGREEMENT AND AMBIGUITY -CODE ( 1 ) BUSINESS MODEL
WILL NOT PROVIDE ANY READY MADESOLUTIONS TO ALL - Ultimate goal : Selling in market place for profit
MORAL PROBLEMS. ( 2 ) PROFESSIONAL MODEL
-NO CODE IS SELF INTERPRETING “Social Contract” - A trust relationship to a larger public
“PROFESSIONALISM” SAFETY, HEALTH, WELF ARE OF THEPUBLIC
• PROFESSION referred to a free act of commitment to a way
of life. –behavior of being professional and expertise.
5 Sociological Analysis of Professionalism
(1) EXTENSIVE TRAINING -at least a bachelor’s degree
(2) VITAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS-A society that has a
sophisticated scientific and technological base is especially
dependent on its professional elite
Physicians to protect us from disease and restore us tohealth.
Lawyer has knowledge vital to our welfare if we have been
sued or accused of a crime
Accountant’s knowledge is also important for our business
successes or when we have to file our tax returns
(2) CONTROL OF SERVICES
Personal Ethics
SET OF MORAL BELIEFS THAT A PERSON HOLDS. –belief on
your own.
Common Morality
MORAL BENEFITS SHARED BY EVERYONE DESIGNED TO
PROTECT INDIVIDUALS FROM VARIOUS TYPES OF VIOLATIONS
OR INVASION.- Act that is common to the society. (ex. Sexual
harassment, killings, racism, stereotype, drug phibition)
-protecting from violence
Professional Ethics
-SET OF STANDARDSADOPTED AS ACTING PROFESSIONALS.
–set of rules
Morality- distinguish what is right and wrong
Values- capability na pumili kung ano importante sa buhay
mo
Values+personal ethics=vary because you know the values
Conduct-Performing Values
Virtue- pinili ang highest moral standard
“HISTORY OF THE CODE OF ETHICS”
-May 1935: The first reference to a Society
Code of Ethics is found.
1946: The Board approved the Canons of Ethics for Engineers
January 1947: Canons of Ethics for Engineers was published
September 1948: adopt revised Canons of Ethics for
Engineers
June 1952: The Board adopted 15 Rules of Ethical Conduct
February 1961 The Board approved a change in the
Rules of Professional Conduct
July 1964: The Board adopted the NSPE Code of Ethic
January 1965 section 11(c) of the Code of Ethics was
amended to add the word “engineering" prior to "services
June-July 1965 - The Board approved the addition of Section
3(e)
January 1966- Board approved amendments to Section 8(c)
January 1968- The Board approved the deletion of the last
sentence of Section 11(c), pertaining to overseas engineering
("When in Rome" clause).
July 1968: The Board approved changes in Section 3(a)
January 1969: The Board approved a revision of Section 11(d)
of the Code pertaining to contingent contracts.
January 1971 - The Board approved a revision of
Section 3, pertaining to advertising.
July 2007: The NSPE House of Delegates approved the
following revisions to NSPE Code sections III.2.a., III.2.c., and
III. 2.d.
July 2018: The NSPE House of Delegates approved