Sessional Lecturer, Faculty of Engineering - Deans Office
Contracts; specifications; tenders; bonds; construction contract forms; Public Works Act; building trades; company law; the engineer as an expert witness; patents; trademarks; copyrights; negligence; arbitration. Note: Restricted enrolment. Credit will not be granted for both ENGG 420 and B LAW 301.
Ethics and professional practice covers management ethical issues within the legal, regulatory, and social context, ethical issues of communication and consultation facing OHS Professionals, and ethical decision-making in the context of corporate and personal responsibilities. The course provides students with theoretical background (models and frameworks), practical skills (assessment, deliberation and communication), and professional tools (codes of conduct and legal frameworks). Theses outcomes enable the OHS Professional to understand analyze, negotiate, and act in accordance with international, national, corporate, and personal standards.