Legislation governing professional engineers and geoscientists in Manitoba is:
- The Engineering and Geoscientific Professions Act
- Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba By-laws
- Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba Code of Ethics
The Engineering and Geoscientific Professions Act
The Act is the legislation in Manitoba that empowers Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba to self-regulate. It names the Council as the body in charge of association affairs and sets out the broad framework for regulation. Changes to the Act are subject to public input.
Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba By-Laws
Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba may make, change, or revoke by-laws regarding the management of the business and affairs of the Association. Changes to the By-laws are subject to a vote by the membership.
Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba Code of Ethics
The Code of Ethics ensures that practitioners apply their specialized knowledge and skill at all times in the public interest, with honesty, integrity and honour, and conduct themselves in a spirit of fairness and tolerance when dealing with fellow professionals. As a general guide, the Code of Ethics outlines the spirit of Association practitioners's professionalism. Failure to follow this Code may be considered unskilled practice, professional misconduct, or both.