Fri, May 2111am-12pm ET
This is a live, repeat presentation of a webinar that was originally offered on 07/27/2020 and 01/08/2021. Attendees of the previously offered presentations, SKU #RV-W072720 and RV-W010821, will not receive CEU for attending the 05/21/2021 presentation.
The practice of engineering is defined and regulated by a number of different agencies. Individual states create and enforce licensing laws, as well as adopt construction codes that define an engineer’s scope of responsibility. Non-governmental agencies and societies publish standards of practice based on the work of highly qualified committees, subject to public review and approval, in an effort to clarify an engineer’s responsibilities. Expectations of ethical conduct are also published and promoted by licensing agencies and public societies, but there can be some misunderstanding as to how ethical standards can truly be enforced in any given situation. This webinar will seek to clarify ethical codes of conduct with relation to legally enforceable expectations of licensed professional engineers.
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Dave Adams has been practicing structural engineering since graduation from the University of California, San Diego in 1990. He is currently a Principal Associate with BWE in San Diego, CA, and continues to serve as a subject matter expert for the California engineer's licensing board (BPELSG). He regularly designs and details structures of all materials and collaborates with other engineers and draftspersons. Dave also investigates structural failures or damage for a variety of building types and has written comprehensive reports to summarize findings and retrofit recommendation. Mr. Adams is actively involved in the engineering community through committee membership, paper publication, and student mentoring.