CPD Event Code: IS20.16 DM2
CPD Points: 1 Survey Practice
Surveying is fundamental to the provision, delimitation, maintenance and enhancement of the economic, physical and social environments that support society. Surveyors therefore have an ethical responsibility that extends to the public, in addition to their clients, employers, employees and peers. This presentation will look at ethics in a professional setting, discuss the ethical requirements of registered surveyors, and set out a frame work of ethical values and principles that can be used to guide your professional activities. The BOSSI Ethics and Code of Conduct documentation will be highlighted, along with a number of case studies.
Dr Lloyd Pilgrim is a Senior Lecturer at The University of Newcastle. He is the Program Convener for the Bachelor of Surveying undergraduate Degree programs at The University of Newcastle.
He is a member of the Institution of Surveyors NSW (ISNSW), a previous recipient of the John Haydon Cardew Award from ISNSW and current ISNSW Hunter Manning Group Surveyor of the Year (2020).
He holds a Bachelor of Surveying (Hons 1) and a Doctor of Philosophy (Surveying) from The University of Newcastle.
Dr Pilgrim has extensive experience in both the private and public sectors of the surveying profession, including the management of a consulting survey practice in Sydney. He has also held academic appointments at The University of Sydney and The University of Newcastle. Prior to his current academic appointment Dr Pilgrim was the Corporate Risk Manager for an international surveying and spatial information organisation.
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