ECE Laws, Contracts and Ethics

“Ignorance of the law excuses no one from compliance therewith.” – R.A.#: 386 of Article 3, New Civil Code of the Philippines

Course Outline

  1. Code of Ethics for Electronics Engineering Practitioners
    1. Relations with the State
    2. Relation with the Public
    3. Relations with Clients, Employer and Labor
    4. Relations with Engineers
    5. Relations to the Profession
  2. Standard and Guidelines for the Practice of an Electronics Engineers in the Philippines
    1. Introduction
    2. Scope of Professional Services
    3. Compensation
    4. Pledge of an Electronics Engineer
  3. Laws
    1. Republic Act # 9292 – “Electronics Engineering Law of 2004″
    2. Republic Act # 8792 – “The Philippines E-Commerce Law”
    3. Republic Act 3846 – “The Radio Laws of the Philippines”
    4. The National Telecommunication Commission
      • Different Permits Issued by the National Telecommunications Commission
      • Department Order # 11 – Establishment of Radio Stations
      • Department Order # 88 – ECE Services Required in Radio Installations
      • MC 11-89 – Radio Telephone Operator’s Exam
      • EO 109 – Policy to Improve the Provision of Local Exchange Carrier Services
    5. National Building Code in the Philippines
      • Amendment to Presidential Decree 1096 – National Building Code
      • Lecture Notes part 1, 2 and 3
    6. RA 7925 – Public Telecommunications Policy Act of the Philippines
    7. The Professional Regulations Commission
  4. Obligations and Contracts
    1. Article 1156 – Obligations Defined
    2. Article 1157 – Sources of Obligations
    3. Article 1158 – Responsibilities
    4. Article 1305 – Contract, Defined
    5. Article 1306 – Stipulations in the Contract
    6. Article 1308 – Mutuality of the Contract
    7. Article 1315 – Perfection of the Contract
    8. Sample of a Contract

References:

  1. P. R. Payumo, Philippines and International Radio Laws and Regulations: Telecommunications Laws and Regulations, 12th ed., Pablo R. Payumo: Navotas, 2000
  2. Republic Act No. 9292: Electronics Engineering Law of 2004, 3rd Regular Session, 12th Congress, Congress of the Philippines, Republic of the Philippines
  3. J. N. Nolledo, The Philippines Law on Obligations and Contracts Explained, National Bookstore: Manila, 1989
  4. C. E. Harris, et. al., Engineering Ethics: Concepts and Cases, Wadworth: California, 1995
  5. C. B. Fleddermann, Engineering Ethics, Prentice-Hall: New Jersey, 1999
  6. M. Davis, Thinking Like and Engineer, Oxford: 1998
  7. D. G. Johnson, Ethical Issues in Engineering, Prentice-Hall: New Jersey, 1991

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