Engineering Ethics Audit

RAEng ethics audit


Opportunity to share your views and experience on ethics in UK engineering

If you are a UK engineer or technician, the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) wants to hear about your views on ethical engineering practice. As part of the audit, you have the chance to share your opinion and experience of ethics in engineering in an online survey:

Part 1 contains questions about your own behaviours and motivations.

Part 2 contains questions about how your workplace affects your behaviours and motivations.

Part 3 contains questions about the values and behaviours that in practice seem important in your workplace.

By taking part, you will be contributing to an unprecedented benchmark for views on engineering ethics, one which will inform many activities in the coming months and years. This audit is part of the work coming from the new report Engineering Ethics: Maintaining society’s trust in the engineering

Take the Royal Academy of Engineering ethics audit – survey of UK engineers and technicians now.

You can read more about the Academy’s work on ethics on the RAEng website.