We provide resources to assist our stakeholders in understanding our regulatory role and how we protect the public interest.
As part of its regulatory mandate, PEO establishes, maintains and develops: standards of knowledge and skill; standards of practice for the profession; standards of professional ethics; and promotes public awareness of its role. The following are resources to assist PEO stakeholders--licence holders, applicants, and the public--in understanding their roles and responsibilities and the regulator’s work protecting the public interest.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why does my vote matter?
· Self-regulation of engineering in Ontario is a privilege - not a right.
· By voting in the Council elections, you’re doing your part to ensure that we, as professional engineers, are in a strong position to continue regulating our own profession to protect the public interest and promote the integrity of engineering in Ontario.
· In the 2017 Council elections, 16.38 per cent of eligible voters participated.
Why should I run for Council?
· Engineering Dimensions article: Animating members to a greater governance role
Testimonial from Past President Annette Bergeron, P.Eng., MBA, FEC:
"Serving as President of Council was a tremendous leadership opportunity. Our Council now needs diversity and I encourage all P.Engs to consider ‘real change’.”