The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 80 (2002) > Issues > Issue 1 > Safety and ethics: the engineer’s responsibilities
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Safety and ethics: the engineer’s responsibilities

This paper discusses ethical aspects of decision-making, addressing the following: the duty of care implicit in being human; the nature of a profession; the qualities of the professional engineer; the role and responsibilities of the engineer in society; the role of the professional institutions; professional codes of practice; and the concept of the ethical auditing of projects. J. H. Armstrong OBE, FREng, BSc, CEng, FIStructE, FICE, HonDEng