New York Industrial and Ethics 18 PDH Discount Package 1
Courses in this Package
Process Controls for Industrial Facility Systems (D05-001)
Planning and Design of Hydroelectric Power Plants (S04-002)
Radiological Control: Conduct of Radiological Work (N04-002)
Radiological Control: Radioactive Materials (N02-005)
Radiological Control: Radiological Standards (N02-004)
Ethical Issue: Deciding if Something is a Gift or a Bribe (LE1-007)
This online engineering PDH course provides a basic understanding of instrumentation and control necessary for safe operation and maintenance of energy facilities and their support systems. In particular, this course describes the principles of operation for control systems used in evaluating and regulating changing conditions in a process.
This 5 DH online course is applicable to industrial and nuclear engineers, construction and design personnel, technical staff and facility operators who are interested in gaining a better understanding of process controls.
- Principles of control systems
- Control loop diagrams
- Types of control systems
- Valve actuators
In this professional engineering CEU course, you need to review Module 7, "Process Controls" of the Department of Energy Publication DOE-HDBK-1013/2-92, "Instrumentation and Control".
This online engineering PDH course presents a discussion of the general, architectural and structural considerations applicable to the design of hydroelectric power plant structures. It is intended for guidance on establishing minimum criteria in the planning and design of such structures.
The engineering of hydroelectric projects is a highly specialized filed, particularly the engineering design and operational activities.
This 4 PDH online course is applicable to civil, structural and geotechnical engineers, as well as design and construction personnel involved with the planning and design of hydroelectric power plant structures.
- Location selection criteria of powerhouse and switchyard
- Types of powerhouse structures and type selection criteria
- General arrangement of powerhouse and location of main transformers
- Installation of powerhouse and switchyard equipment
- Interior and exterior architectural design
- Determination of structural requirements
In this professional engineering CEU course, you need to review the US Corps of Engineers Publication EM 1110-2-3001, "Planning and Design of Hydroelectric Power Plant Structures".
This online engineering PDH course presents information about the conduct of radiological work in accordance with the department of energy regulations. The sections in this course focus on planning and preparation of radiological work, entry and exit requirements, radiological work controls, evaluation performance, special applications, as well as design and control.
DOE regulations for occupational radiation protection require written authorizations to control access to and work in radiological areas. The level of detail included in such authorizations is dependent upon facility hazards and the nature of the work force. Technical requirements for the conduct of work, including construction, modifications, operations, maintenance, and decommissioning, should incorporate radiological criteria to ensure safety and maintain radiation exposures as low as reasonably possible.
This 4 PDH online course is applicable to engineers, design and construction personnel, and other technical professionals who are interested in gaining a better understanding on the conduct of radiological work.
- Planning and preparation for radiological work
- Establishing entry and exit provisions
- Controlling radiological work
- Evaluating the performance of radiological work
- Establishing design criteria and control procedures
This online engineering PDH course provides guidance for implementing specific controls over radioactive materials in accordance with the department of energy regulations DOE-STD-1098-2017.
The information presented in this course focuses on radioactive material identification, storage, control, release, transportation, and waste management. These measures should be implemented by affected line managers, workers, and support staff to ensure proper fulfillment of their radiological control responsibilities.
This 2 PDH online course is applicable to engineers, design and construction personnel, and other technical professionals who are interested in gaining a better understanding on the handling of radioactive materials.
- Learning about identification, storage, and control of radioactive material
- Familiarization with the control measures of releasing and transporting radioactive material
- Familiarization with the control measures for sealed radioactive source
- Understanding the requirements and steps involved in solid radioactive waste management
- Familiarization with the control measures of radioactive liquids and airborne radioactivity
This online engineering PDH course, organized into three parts, presents information about the U.S. Department of Energy’s radiological standards.
Part 1 – Administrative Control Levels and Dose Limits. To accomplish DOE's objective of maintaining individual doses well below regulatory limits, challenging numerical administrative control levels should be established below the regulatory limits to administratively control and help minimize individual and collective radiation dose. These control levels should be multi-tiered with increasing levels of authority required to approve higher administrative control levels.
Part 2 – Contamination Control and Control Levels. Control of radioactive contamination is achieved by using engineered controls and worker performance to contain contamination at the source, reducing existing areas of contamination, and promptly decontaminating areas that become contaminated.
Part 3 – Posting. Radiological postings are intended to alert individuals to the presence of radiation and radioactive materials and to aid them in controlling exposures and preventing the spread of contamination. The types of postings required vary based on the application.
This 2 PDH online course is applicable to industrial engineers, design and construction personnel, and other technical professionals who are interested in gaining a better understanding of radiological standards.
- Understanding administrative control levels and dose limits
- Understanding contamination control and control levels
- Understanding posting provisions and standards
This online engineering PDH course will establish, through the presentation of many examples, the principles of distinguishing between a gift and a bribe.
The federal government has formulated detailed rules covering gifts given to executive-branch employees in many situations. The rules are published in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and are illustrated through many examples. Even though the examples are intended for government employees (many of whom are engineers), they also apply to private-sector engineers in similar situations. This course presents selected CFR examples that furnish guidance on the ethics of gift giving in situations that are especially relevant to engineers.
This 1 PDH online course is intended for engineers seeking guidance on distinguishing between ethical gift-giving and bribery.
- Familiarizing with definitions of a bribe and a gift
- Knowing the bribe status of a gift based on a personal relationship
- Understanding the conditions under which gifts to spouses are acceptable
- Knowing the need to avoid even the appearance of a gift being a bribe
- Recognizing when gifts involving free attendance at meetings and conferences are acceptable
- Understanding the importance of the cumulative effect of receiving even small gifts on a periodic basis
- Learning the importance of gifts received when on assignment rather than outside of work