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The Design for Prevention addresses the issues of system design that comprise compliance to the various fitness-for-duty laws that apply to the professional engineer. Contemporaneous compliance to the fundamental canon of professional engineering holding paramount the health, safety and welfare of the stakeholders involves understanding the drivers of the institutional context at least as well as the technological challenge. The principles of engineering design respecting the legal Standard of Care are connected completely and scrutably to the laws of nature. The engineering principles derived directly from natural law do not need assistance from case histories and stories to support the theses. The Standard of Care is not based on particular empirical experience but on the verity that natural law is the law of all experience. The prime beneficiary of assimilating the Design for Prevention is the individual. No panacea is suggested for changing corporate culture. There are no obligations to promote beneficial change to the institution. By understanding the natural laws that take the lead in shaping which experience, the individual is empowered to make incontrovertible assessments of project status and of its future trajectory. Of all the professions, only the engineer is legally bound to deliver outcomes fit for service in the application. While he is not obliged to accept the engagement, when he does he takes responsibility for delivering on the mission profile. Responsibility for consequences always includes safeguarding the stakeholders. The book describes how this responsibility, unique to the engineering profession, is met by leveraging engineering principles. Outcome responsibility is always an amalgam of social system and technical system competency. The book describes how the same natural laws that determine technical system dynamics apply just as well to institutional behavior. The message in the book is that the principles that apply to engineering design apply to problem solving at any scale; to all institutional behavior past, present and future. Know the force that universal law brings into play and you can understand error-free why your operational reality acts as it does. Once acquired, this competency is self-validated all day, every day. It has inherited several natural law attributes including omnipresence. While the book is not a quick read, it is loaded with insights that serve well in the daily grind.
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