The Ethics Of A Civil Engineer

795 WordsDec 10, 20164 Pages
We first deal with the ethical implication of ASCE preparing the report card and the benefit, which benefits the engineers. The implication of the ASCE should be about moral neutral group of people to prepare to the report card. Civil engineers should have Presence and obligations to the public as they should in any other places .so a person who can be swayed by political corruption and bribery, shouldn 't be involved with any activates, Now if ASCE prepare to the report card, the ratings given could be changed to reflect the need of the economic situation. In case lower rating will be more jobs available to workforce .If rating are higher few jobs will be needed for infrastructure development. The primary concern of a civil engineer should always be the safety, health, and welfare of the public. Working in any field should never compromise on moral principles at work. for example if a project takes place in an area prone to natural disasters should not be used as an excuse to cut concerns when it comes to safety. An engineer should make every effort to complete it to their client’s full satisfaction; an engineer should make every effort to complete it to their client’s full satisfaction; however they have to know where to draw the line when it comes to matters of safety. So engineers should keep their obligations regardless of the cost, knowing the limits of their knowledge and abilities, and determining what an adequate level of safety is. How might ASCE’s role

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