The Engineering and Geoscientific Professions Act is the legislation in Manitoba that empowers the Association to self regulate. It names the Council as the body in charge of the Association's affairs, and sets out the broad framework for regulation. Changes to The Act are subject to input by the public.
APEGM has provided a link to an electronic version of The Act and its amendments that are protected by copyright law and not for redistribution or resale to third parties. For an official version, please refer to the Engineering and Geoscientific Professions Act, S.M. 1998, c.55. For redistribution or resale rights, contact email@example.com at Statutory Publications, Manitoba Government.
Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, enacts as follows:
[Assented to June 29, 1998; amendment to clause 16(2)(e) assented to July 17, 2002; amendments to clauses 3, 6(a), & 12(1)(aa) and the addition of clause 12(1)(z1, z2, z3 & z4) assented to June 10, 2004; and amendments as per Bill 7 assented to November 30, 2005]
The association may make, vary or revoke by-laws respecting the management of the business and affairs of the association. Changes to the By-Laws are subject to a vote by the membership.
The Code of Ethics of the APEGM ensures our 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. It is a general guide that outlines the spirit of our professionalism. Failure to follow this code may deem one guilty of unskilled practice, professional misconduct, or both.