The ECSA Code Of Ethics In The Engineering Environment

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Ethics often refers to a set of values, principles or standards adhered to within an organisation or by individuals. Ethics can be classified under various categories such as: work ethics, religious ethics, business ethics, etc. These standards usually govern the way in which people are expected to conduct themselves and at times provides steps to be followed when certain tasks must be carried out.
2. Discussion
It is also essential to have work ethics specifically defined for the engineering environment. The engineering environment consists of a wide range of problem solving mechanisms, disciplines and careers. Engineering is also taught at different learning institutions, at distinct levels and in different countries. It is therefore necessary
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It describes how the engineer should work within their scope of expertise and experience, and to adhere to the norms of the profession.
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Workers should not work under environments that would compromise their ability to carry out allocated responsibilities. This includes engaging in acts of dishonesty, bribery or corruption. Members are also required to protect the employer’s internal data and avoid any conflict of interests in procurements, businesses engagements and administrative duties.

2.3 Public Interest
Members of the ECSA are required always to give priority to health, safety and the public interests. This also ensures that when members provide professional advice to employers or clients, they highlight the importance of health and safety of the public and highlight the consequences of not following such provided solutions.
2.4 Environment
The ECSA ethics code discusses how members in their work are required to avoid or minimise negative impact on the environment. Members are also required to ensure that while they meet present developmental needs; they do not compromise the ability for future generations to meet their needs.
2.5 Dignity of the

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