Resources from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
A list of resources recommended by the American Institute of Chemical Engineering.
The AIChE maintains the following resources relevant to professional ethics.
- AIChE Code of Ethics (https://www.aiche.org/about/code-ethics)
- Ethical Guidelines for Publications (https://www.aiche.org/resources/publications/ethical-guidelines)
These guidelines for suthors, editors, and reviewers apply to all AIChE and related technological societies' publications.
- Alan McDonald Discusses Challenger Shuttle Explosion and Ethics (https://www.aiche.org/chenected/2016/04/alan-mcdonald-discusses-challenger-shuttle-explosion-and-ethics) [video interview]
Allan J. McDonald addressed attendees at the 2016 AIChE Spring Meeting and 12th GCPS, delivering a lectured titled "Ethics Lessons Learned from the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster."
McDonald was the chemical engineer responsible for making sure the reason for the shuttle's explosion came to light.
He sat down with Emily Frangenberg of AIChE's CEP Magazine to share some of the main points of his talk with the ChEnected audience and also shared advice for young chemical engineers.
- Restoring Public Trust: Why Ethics and Transparency Are Vital to Business Success (https://www.aiche.org/academy/videos/conference-presentations/restoring-public-trust-why-ethics-and-transparency-are-vital-business-success) [video]
Special keynote address given by Alan L. Boeckmann, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Fluor Corporation, at the 2009 AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety. This keynote address was sponsored by AIChE's Fuels and Petrochemicals Division.