The Iem Pi Questions

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Question 1: If you were a consulting engineer and were submitting Turnkey tender on behalf on a Turnkey Contractor, would you consider a conflict of interest between the role of a consulting engineer and contractor? Enlarge on the ethics of this subject. Question 2: Identify the areas in which conflict between the Resident Engineer’s staff and contractor’s staff can develop and give your views as to whether good relationship can be achieved without infringing on the code of ethics. Question 3: It is clear to you that an Engineer engaged in a particular project (implement at the taxpayer’s account) is not maintaining professional standards, i.e. professional competence and integrity are lacking. What would be your reaction? Will you report the above incident to the Board of Engineers, Malaysia or bring this to the attention of the client, or will you maintain silence and watch substandard work being completed? Question 4: Every Engineer shall at all time so order his conduct as to uphold the dignity and reputation of his profession, and to safeguard the public interest in matters of safety and herein and others. He shall exercise his professional skill and the judgment to the best of his abilities in discharging his professional responsibilities. He shall also act with firmness and integrity towards all people with whom his work is connected. Discuss your responsibilities and obligations in the event that, due to building operations under charge, adjacent buildings have been damaged beyond repair. Question 5: “Professional Engineer should be allowed to practice as consultants and as contractor at the same time”. Do you agree with this statement? If so, give your reason objectively for supporting it: if not also give reasons for appeasing it. Question 6: Under normal circumstances, a consulting engineer should not supplant the work of another
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