Ethics for Forensic Engineers - 1 PDH

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Mr Samuel Sudler, PE, IntPE, CFEI, CVFI

Mr. Sudler earned his Bachelor of Science degree in ectrical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. He specializes in analyzing the failure of electrical components and systems, electrical faults and malfunctions, as well as possible failure modes. Mr. Sudler has more than 10 years of experience relating to industrial and manufacturing facilities installing, commissioning, programming, troubleshooting, and repairing low-voltage to high-voltage electrical equipment. This combined experience gives Mr. Sudler the unique ability to conduct a Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) as it relates to equipment failures, electric shock/electrocution, electrical fires or industrial accidents. Furthermore, his distinctive background and “real world” experience has allowed him to successfully conduct investigations concerning numerous consumer and vehicle products produced by leading manufacture.rs in product liability litigation.


This Ethics Presentation will address the ethical challenges a Professional Engineer faces in the world of Forensics by addressing the following topics:

Ethics, specifically Engineering Ethics as defined by the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Code of Ethics.

Real-World examples of ethical challenges by reviewing the NSPE Board of Ethical Review cases

The Professional Engineer as a Forensic Engineer/Expert Witness challenged by other professions whose ethics are not in line with the NSPE Code of Ethics. 


    National Academy of Forensic Engineers

    The National Academy of Forensic Engineers and its members are committed to:

    Serving the public by advancing the ethical and professional practice of forensic engineering;

    Serving the jurisprudential system by certifying individuals having achieved expertise in forensic engineering;

    Serving Academy members and furthering the development of forensic engineers through education and the publication of peer-reviewed technical literature.