This webinar will explore a professional engineer’s ethical and contractual obligations, as well as the legal issues that may arise if one fails to act in accordance with those obligations. The presentation will focus on issues pertinent to the steel industry and will include case studies of where an engineer’s ethical or contractual duties took center stage in a legal dispute.
This in-depth webinar is provided by the Steel Joist Institute (SJI) in partnership with Gordon Rees. Participation will earn you 2.0 PDHs. This webinar does not meet the Florida Ethics Continuing Education requirements. Check your state for final acceptance.
- Ethical duties established in regulations and codes published by various professional societies.
- Contract clauses impacting the engineer’s obligations.
- The standard of care applied in evaluating claims against engineers.
- Specific application of issues pertinent to the steel industry.
Who Should Attend This Webinar?
Structural engineers, fabricators, detailers and connection design firms that are responsible for steel joist and Joist Girder building designs and their connections. Those with very little design experience as well as those with many years of experience will find the course beneficial.
Professional Development Hours
Each participant will earn 2.0 PDHs and receive a certificate of completion from SJI.
NOTE: If you are licensed in North Carolina, please submit your license number to SJI at email@example.com as this is required to issue your PDH certificate. If you are registering for a site registration, we will need the license number for any attendee who is licensed in North Carolina.
Registration is $75 per person for individual and $300 for site registration.
NOTE: Individual registration provides unique links for login for each individual you register. You will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org the names and email addresses of the additional individuals you purchase an individual registration for so they can receive their unique link.
Site registration provides one link for login, allowing multiple people to view the webinar in one room.
Forms of Payment
Payments may be made online using a credit card. You may also pay by check, payable to SJI Webinars.
Webinar Day Schedule
Date: Wednesday, December 16, 2020
Webinar: 3:00–4:45 p.m. (EDT)
Q&A session: 4:45–5:00 p.m. (EDT)