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Ontario Society of Professional Engineers speaks out

"We have concluded that PEO, with the enormous responsibility given by Ontario's legislators to regulate our profession, should never advocate on behalf of the professional and economic interests of engineers, but rather, should fulfill its...

April 17, 2012   Canadian Consulting Engineer

“We have concluded that PEO, with the enormous responsibility given by Ontario’s legislators to regulate our profession, should never advocate on behalf of the professional and economic interests of engineers, but rather, should fulfill its role in setting entrance to profession requirements, standards of practice and disciplining members who violate the code of conduct and standards of practice. Further, we believe that PEO must always be neutral when it protects the public. PEO sure cannot claim to be judge, jury and an advocate.”

–From an article, “What has the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers been doing for Engineers?” Along with Many Other Things, Advocacy, That’s What!” by Robert A. Goodings, P.Eng. and William D. Goodings, P.Eng. in Engineering Dimensions, March-April 2012, page 31.

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