APWA Engineering Ethics Seminar & Lunch
On January 6, 2017, Governor Kasich signed House Bill 236 Into law. Effective January 1. 2018 Ohio's professional engineers and professional surveyors are required to complete two hours of the 30-hour biennial continuing professional development requirement in professional ethics or rules relevant to the practices of engineering or surveying.
The Central Ohio Branch Chapter of the American Public Works Association is pleased to Present Desmond Cullimore, P.E., BCEE. with The Cullimore Law Firm.
Desmond Cullimore has practical experience in construction having worked as a contractor before becoming a Professional Engineer, a Board Codified Environmental Engineer, and an attorney.
Desmond has more than 10 years of experience in the field of engineering prior to becoming an attorney, serving as a project manager in large scale construction projects and as an engineering manager for a public utility. He works with engineers and architects, construction managers, contractors, suppliers, and public and private owners on all phases of a construction project, utility service, development, and land use.
This seminar will present an independent overview of key ethics rules and regulations affecting professional engineers under Ohio law, with examples of what happens when things go wrong for professional engineers. Continuing education requirements for engineers will also be discussed.
Registration, Coffee and Donuts: 8:45-9:30 AM
Engineering Ethics Program: 9:30-11:30 AMLunch, City Barbeque: 11:30 - Noon
Event Date & Time:8/5/2021 9:30 AM - 8/5/2021 12:00 PM
Venue :Cardinal Sporting Clays Lodge
616 S.R. 61
Marengo , OH , 43334
Contact Person :Josh Ford
Email : email@example.com
Phone : (614) 459-2050
Company : Burgess and Niple
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