Chapter 4 – British Columbia Engineering Failures

Disciplinary Actions against BC Engineers and Geoscientists – details

The Engineers and Geoscientists Act authorizes Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia to regulate the practice of professional engineering and professional geoscience in British Columbia. The Provincial Government has given this authority to the association to protect the public.

In order to protect the public, the association investigates complaints against members and licensees for failure to meet their professional and ethical obligations as set out in the Act, the association Bylaws, and the Code of Ethics. Further information on members’ and licensees’ ethical obligations may be found in the Code of Ethics Guidelines.

The BC association of Engineers and Geoscientists maintains a list of disciplinary actions against its members.  You can find the details here.



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