Tutorial EUT 440 Ethics BEM IEM

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Tutorial EUT 440 Ethics BEM IEM

  1. 1. TUTORIAL EUT 440: ENGINEERS IN SOCIETY COMPONENT ETHICS/BEM/IEM/GLOBALIZATION 2013 1) Board of Engineers Malaysia’s Guidelines for Code of Professional Conduct spells that: “A Registered Engineer shall undertake assignments only if he is qualified by education & experience in the specific technical fields in which he is involved.” And “A Registered Engineer shall act for each employer or clients as faithful agent or trustee.” a) Give your opinion on how engineers can play a significant role in fulfilling above statements when involved with work assignments. b) Speculate when an engineer’s shall face to the “conflict of personal interests” dealing with their assignments related to the above statements. 2) Engineer’s Act 1967 called for each engineering graduate to be registered with Board of Engineer Malaysia as Graduate Engineer after graduation. Describe why the registration is important and what are the benefits to the engineering graduates for enrolling with the registration. 3) The Institution of Engineer Malaysia (IEM) and Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) are two important bodies that govern the engineers in Malaysia. Explain the roles of these institutions and distinguish between them. 4) “Sustainable Development” means a development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. As an engineer, explain the challenges that involves with engineering environment and suggest the methods to overcome it. 5) The Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM) and Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) are two important bodies that govern the engineers in Malaysia. Distinguish the functions of these institutions and assess their contribution in national human resources development. 6) You are engineering graduate with a BEM accredited bachelor degree from recognized university. After five years of working in industry with proper guidance from professional engineer, decide the proper ways to become a professional engineer. In your opinion why you still have to attend the professional interview even though you already have reasonably sufficient industrial working experience. 7) “Ethical considerations are an integral part of making engineering decisions.” Defend your opinion.arkam@unimap.edu.my Page 1
  2. 2. TUTORIAL EUT 440: ENGINEERS IN SOCIETY COMPONENT SAFETY AND HEALTH 8) “Sustainable Development” means a development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. As an engineer, suggest measures that can be significant to achieve that vision in your engineering discipline. 9) The Institution of Engineer Malaysia (IEM) and Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) are two important bodies that govern the engineers in Malaysia. Explain the roles of these institutions and distinguish between them. 10) Engineer’s Act 1967 called for each engineering graduate to be registered with Board of Engineer Malaysia as Graduate Engineer after graduation. Describe why the registration is important and what are the benefits to the engineering graduates for enrolling with the registration. 11) Your friend is an engineering graduate with a BEM non-accredited bachelor degree from overseas university. He is intended to sit for Professional Exam entitled him as Professional Engineer in his discipline. Give your advice to him. 12) “A roof structure for newly handed over five stories office building partially collapsed and caused damages to the particular area and fatalities.” a) Speculate the flaws during design and construction period in terms of engineering ethics. b) Defend how a good engineering practice and strict adherence to the contract by all parties can avoid this incident and promoting a healthy working culture especially in construction industry. 13) Describe the Main Sections of Code of Professional Conduct for engineers that produced by the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM). 14) Sustainable Development is defined as the challenge of meeting human needs for natural resources, industrial products, energy, food, transportation, shelter and effective waste management while conserving and protecting environmental quality and the natural resource for future generations. Assess your responsibilities towards this statement after graduation. 15) Government subsidies for food and petrol/diesel should be revoked and divert to incentives for implementing sustainable development. Defend your opinion. PRACTICE “CORRECTLY” MAKES PERFECT!arkam@unimap.edu.my Page 2

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