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Indiana Engineering Laws
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In Indiana Engineering Laws, Rules and Ethics (Revised for 2020), you'll learn ...
- The most pertinent rules of the Board affecting Indiana professional engineers
- Sanctions that the Board can impose for violation of the Rules
- Plan stamping and how to determine if you are in “responsible charge” of a project
- Why engineers must avoid even the “perception” of a conflict of interest
Credit: 2 PDH
Length: 23 pages
The Indiana State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers requires for every biennial renewal cycle that engineers earn 1 PDH studying engineering ethics and 1 PDH in the study of the Indiana Laws and Rules for Engineers. This course is specifically designed to cover both the ethics requirement and the laws and rules requirement.
The course is divided into two sections. The Laws and Rules portion of the course includes excerpted sections from the January 2014 booklet, “A Compilation of the Indiana Code and the Indiana Administrative Code” published by the Board that most directly pertain to the practice of engineering.
The Ethics portion of the course covers the Rules of Professional Conduct in the aforementioned booklet. Additionally, examples are provided to demonstrate real life scenarios where engineers have faced ethical dilemmas in professional practice related to the Indiana Board’s Rules of Professional Conduct.
Who should attend?
Certificate of Completion
You will be able to immediately print a certificate of completion after passing a multiple-choice quiz consisting of 10 questions. PDH credits are not awarded until the course is completed and quiz is passed.
This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Review of the Indiana laws that concern the practice of engineering
- The state engineering board's make up, its rights and its duties
- Current information on the required engineering seal and its proper use
- How complaints against engineers are handled
- Grounds for disciplinary actions against a professional engineer
- The engineer’s obligation to protect the safety, health, and welfare of the public
- What is plan stamping and why engineers get in trouble over plan stamping
- The difference between a conflict of interest and an apparent conflict of interest
- Proper qualification to undertake an assignment
- Ethical concerns when acting as an expert witness
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