Ethics in Engineering for Professional Pipeline Engineers
Author: Technical Toolboxes
Study time: 1 hour
Discover the ethical foundations underpinning engineering integrity in pipeline contexts.
Tailored for pipeline professionals, this course provides a comprehensive exploration of engineering ethics. It covers professionalism, ethical behavior, obligations, and decision-making.
Gain insights into codes of ethics, standards, and continuous learning. Delve into global project challenges and misconduct consequences. Equip yourself with the ethical framework for informed, responsible decisions that prioritize public safety, uphold engineering's honor, and contribute to ethical engineering practices.
Join us to enhance your ethical competence and foster a culture of ethical engineering.
Video time: 45 minutes
Exams: Knowledge Check
Corrosion Engineer and SME for Technical Toolboxes
ABOUT JON-MICHAEL BRAND
Jon-Michael Brand is a highly skilled corrosion engineer with extensive experience in cathodic protection, corrosion engineering, and project management. He possesses a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering and holds certification as a Cathodic Protection Specialist. Jon-Michael has demonstrated proficiency in both business management and corrosion management, achieving excellence in various professional roles, including his current role as the Lead Cathodic Engineer at Consumers Energy. Beyond his professional pursuits, he finds enjoyment in a diverse range of outdoor activities and home remodeling projects