Engineers’ Moral Rights

Engineers’ moral rights fall into categories of human, employee, contractual and professional rights.

Professional rights:

The right to form and express one’s professional judgment freely

The right to refuse to carry out illegal and unethical activity

The right to talk publicly about one’s work within bounds set by confidentiality obligation

The right to engage in the activities of professional societies

The right to protect the clients and the public from the dangers that might arise from one’s work

The right to professional recognition of one’s services.

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