Mon, October 0511am-12pm ET
The National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) was established in 1934 as a non-technical organization dedicated to enhancing the quality and image of the engineering profession by addressing technical qualifications and ethical standards. The NSPE considers ethics and accountability with regard to public health, safety, and welfare to be an engineer’s highest value, above all other considerations ... but what does this mean? This webinar will explain the tenets of the NSPE Code of Ethics for Engineers and discuss practical examples with relation to public health, safety, and welfare.
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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.