About the Event
Because their work directly affects the health, safety, and welfare of the public, engineers and planners have a responsibility to adhere to the highest principles of ethical conduct. In this two-hour course, attendees reviewed 10 commonly encountered ethical dilemmas and their appropriate solutions. For example, the course explored the following scenarios:
- You are working for a public client and they direct you to take an action you do not believe is in the best interests of the public. What duties do you have to the public and to your client?
- You work for the county and your brother owns property in the adjoining county that will benefit from an action you will be involved in for your employer. What are your responsibilities?
Justin Weinberg is a shareholder at Briggs and Morgan PA. He is an attorney licensed in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa and has taught ethics-related courses for practitioners for the past 10 years.
To the best of our knowledge, this course met the continuing education requirements for 2.0 ethics-related Professional Development Hours (PDHs) as outlined in Minnesota Statute 326.107. Attendees are also eligible for 2.0 American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) Certification Maintenance credits.
For more information, please contact Katherine Stanley at email@example.com or 612-626-1023.