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Lesson 8: Ethics [Part 3]

On the Job Training and Ethics Employers are required by law and by the company‘s own ethical code to provide employees with opportunities for on-the-job training in specific job-related ethical concerns. Some of these training opportunities are considered to be a part of employee professional development. A few examples of on-the-job ethical training: Training programs […]

Lesson 7: Ethics [Part 2]

How Ethical Decisions Are Made Ethical decisions are made by business leaders based on these considerations: How can employees feel fulfilled professionally? How can customers be satisfied? How can profit be assured for stakeholders or shareholders? How can the community be served? Many pressures affect business leaders. Ethical considerations are sometimes difficult for business leaders when they […]

Lesson 6: Ethics [Part 1]

Like finance and marketing, ethics has become an essential business function. But why? In this lesson, we shall explore the main reasons why business ethics is important for companies as well as budding business professionals. What Is Business Ethics? By definition, business ethics refers to the standards for morally right and wrong conduct in business. […]

Lesson 5: Administrative Rules [Part 3]

Fees (a) Inspector Registration Fees.(1) Original application–$50(2) Renewal application–$50(3) Revised/Duplicate registration card–$25(b) Certificate of Compliance Filing Fees.(1) Filing fees submitted within 30 days of the equipment inspection date: $20 per unit of equipment, along with a copy of the inspection report.(2) Late filing fees: $10 per unit of equipment for 30 day period if the […]

Lesson 4: Administrative Rules [Part 2]

Responsibilities of the Department (a) The certificate of compliance issued by the department will include the following information:(1) building number;(2) decal number;(3) building name;(4) inspector’s registration number;(5) date of the last inspection;(6) due date of the next inspection; and(7) contact information to report a violation to the department.(b) The department will use the following procedures […]

Lesson 3: Administrative Rules [Part 1]

Authority The sections in this chapter are promulgated under the authority of the Texas Health and Safety Code, Chapter 754 and Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 51. Definitions The following words and terms, when used in this chapter, shall have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise. (1) The Act–Texas Health and Safety Code, […]

Lesson 2: Texas Health and Safety Code [Part 2]

Sec. 754.019. DUTIES OF OWNERS. (a) The owner shall:(1) have the equipment inspected annually by a registered elevator inspector, unless the equipment has been removed from service in accordance with commission rules;(2) obtain an inspection report from the inspector evidencing that all equipment in a building on the real property was inspected in accordance with […]

Lesson 1: Texas Health and Safety Code [Part 1]

Welcome to the course! At the end of the course you will be asked to enter your license number. This license number will be reported as having completed its continuing education requirement to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. There is a timer in the background, and you’ll need to spend at least 5 […]