Engineering Ethics Training Session

The Tuesday morning Training Session will feature a presentation on Engineering Ethics. CEU’s will be available for those that register and attend.

Topic:  Engineering ethics presentations typically involve a recital of the regulations and laws pertaining to the engineering profession (usually read directly from an overcrowded screen full of text).  Not only do these lectures bore me, but it may actually be unethical for me to claim (PDH or CEU) credit for attending these mind-numbing presentations.  As a registered professional engineer, I am already required to have a “working knowledge” of the applicable rules and laws.  In 2018, I began researching engineering rule violations and ethics infractions to present to engineering colleagues around the world.  These case studies offer constructive insights to guide engineers toward the ethical high ground.  And – you will not need coffee to stay awake.

Bio:  Mr. Darnell is a registered professional electrical engineer and is certified by the National Association of Fire Investigators as a fire and explosion investigator. His international engineering, design and construction experience includes utility, petrochemical, oil & gas, marine and industrial projects. His fire and explosion investigation experience includes electrical incident investigation, equipment failure analysis and fire investigation.

Mr. Darnell is a member of the ANSI US National Committee of the IEC, Senior Member of IEEE, Chair of the IAS Baton Rouge, LA Chapter and holds memberships in the IEEE Industry Applications Society, the IEEE Power and Energy Society, the IEEE PES Insulated Conductors Committee and sits on the Executive Subcommittee for the IEEE IAS Petroleum and Chemical Industry Committee.

Mr. Darnell has authored several technical papers on cable restraint and is the recipient of US and international patents. Among them is a cable restraint device incorporating a high-strength interlocking frame to simultaneously enclose cables and a support rung. Mr. Darnell founded Talon Products, a US cable restraint manufacturer.

0.1 CEUs available for those who register and attend.