Engineering Ethics In Engineering

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Introduction

Engineering ethics are important for in daily life of engineers. Undoubtedly, a perfect start to understand them is with the definition of engineering ethics, in addition to illustrating the impact on society.
Ethics is the study of the characteristics of morals, and involves the moral choices made by individuals as they interact with other persons. Engineering Ethics is the rules and standards governing the conduct of engineers in their role as professionals. Engineering ethics encompasses the more general definition of ethics, but applies it more specifically to situations involving engineers in their professional lives. [1]
Engineering ethics have significant impact on the engineers especially in situation involves decision-making
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Act for each employer or client as faithful agents or trustees. 4 4 4
Avoid deceptive acts. 5
Engineers shall uphold and enhance the honor, integrity and dignity of the engineering profession, and shall discharge their duties in a manner that foster and consolidate these values in the local community or worldwide 3
Engineers shall associate only with reputable persons or organizations. 6
Table (1) items related to the project

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The ASME Fundamental Principle number 1, and its correspondences in SCE roll number 1 as well as NSPE Fundamental Principle number 6 says in meaning that Engineers shall hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of the public in the performance of their professional duties. Based on that it necessary to make clear that project serves the society in several areas including: high-mast outdoor lighting for the large area lighting of airport aprons, roadways and car parks, ground lighting for runways, stadiums, and port container terminals. The high elevation mounting of luminaires at altitudes above twenty meters has significant value for society through their ability to improve visibility in the city routes as well as ensuring the safe driving by widen the lighted
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Indeed, team members ' interactions whether between themselves or with the client are based on mutual trust. All the team members bear responsibility to carry out his assigned tasks in required quality to achieve the client satisfaction.

The third item states that engineers shall avoid any deceptive acts. In fact the team is committed in front of Almighty Allah before being committed to these rules to avoid and reject any deception because it deprecated and unacceptable at all in Islam. For instance, there are rules impose the raise the safety level of some components to ensure the safety of people who are dealing with the project. Thus, team will never try to reduce the cost of the project at the expense of safety, efficiency of the product or rule and instructions.

The fourth item states that Engineers shall uphold and enhance the honor, integrity and dignity of the engineering profession, and shall discharge their duties in a manner that foster and consolidate these values in the local community or worldwide. Each member is keen to understand or apply these standards to himself and those around him and then to the community in order to progress and raise

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