problem1. Ethics is generally understood as the discipline or field of study dealing with moral duty or obligation. This typically gives rise to a set of governing principles or values which in turn are used to judge the appropriateness of particular conducts or behaviours. These principles are usually presented either as broad guiding principles but clearly constitute a specific set of rules couched in legalistic or imperative terms to make them more enforceable.
Discuss the need and content of a code of professional ethics for engineer.
problem2. Alpha Company Limited has retained your services as an engineer for the installation of the communication system in a Cyber Tower. One of the conditions of the contract is that materials should be supplied by Beta Electronics. During the process of installation, some materials were not available and you decided on your own to buy from an alternative supplier. Alpha Company feels frustrated and has stopped payments for the work in progress. Preliminary negotiations have failed.
Discuss the essence of Arbitration as a substitute to litigations.