Professional Engineers Of North Carolina

SPR 2014

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7 Spring 2014 the Professional Engineer • Communications Strategy & Support • Media Relations • Afordable Web Design & Build • Social Media Strategy & Management • Public Afairs & Advocacy • Grassroots Coalitions and Campaigns (919) 572-4685 Designing Tomorrow's Infrastructure & Communities Raleigh/Durham n Charlotte (800) 733-5646 4 Engineering ethics This action group will investigate the common infractions made by NC licensed engineers and develop methods of prevention. The group will also develop a strategy to encourage licensure within fi rms and industry as a risk prevention measure. Finally, we've already noticed a lot of enthusiasm for participating in the Action Groups so, if you're not already involved, I encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity as soon as possible. Your participation will not only build your leadership skills but also establish professional connections while accomplishing something meaningful in the process. Email me at: Our website: Its missions are: ■ Using data from the NCBELS, determine the common infractions made by North Carolina licensed engineers ■ Develop prevention strategies for common offenses to NCBELS rules ■ Review the NSPE Board of Ethical Review mission and determine if PENC should establish a state-level BER ■ Promote PE licensure to engineering fi rms by providing tools and resources to share with their employees ■ Provide resources and training for engineers to develop understanding of ethics • Provide training New Engineer webinars Brown-bag Lunches Conference/workshop tracks • Educate fi rm principals and management on how to promote ethical culture in the workplace • Educate government engineers on NSPE Code of Ethics and responsibilities of PEs in Government • Recognition ceremonies for new PEs • Order of Engineer Ceremonies at chapter meetings and other events FromExecDir_Spring14.indd 7 3/27/14 12:06 PM

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