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I thought it was interesting, a little funny and a little ridiculous. Being familiar with licensing laws, and being an engineer, I agree with the city.
I can see how easily a lay person could buy the spin, though.
Mike Mc Cann, PE, SE (WA) sorry, I missed that, but it's still very restrictive and open to interpretation.
Presumably, since "sanitation engineer" is not specifically referenced in section 6732 of the California code, one could claim to be a sanitation engineer without getting into trouble. So there were two examples from politicians, one published by the government in the form of the Voters Pamphlet.
Late in my career one supervisor would not let the new engineers use the term "Engineer" on their cards or emails because of his strict interpretation of the State's position.
I felt the restriction should be on PE not engineer in its generic definition.
gjc He lost out because Oregon has no industrial exemption: https:// v=BKor P55Aqvg FAQ731-376: Forum Policies forum1529: Translation Assistance for Engineers Entire Forum list other examples in the article sound even worse.
Seemed to me that he was blatantly pushing the envelope. v=BKor P55Aqvg FAQ731-376: Forum Policies forum1529: Translation Assistance for Engineers Entire Forum list I missed that, but it's still very restrictive and open to interpretation. One guy just mentions his past work as an engineer in a political add, which he was, albeit in an exempt industry, and they opened an investigation. He /said/ he's an engineer, but was he "practicing" engineering without State registration? He /commented/ on what should be done, and showed his research.