Member Code of Ethics
COMPETENCE: Obtain and maintain a level of competence, and ensure that no misrepresentation of qualifications or competence occurs.
INTEGRITY: Conduct all professional practices honestly, fairly, in good faith, with integrity, & with due care – do not consciously associate with any report, statement, or representation known to be false or misleading.
CONFIDENTIALITY: Hold in strict confidence, except as required by law, all information concerning the business and affairs of the employer/client/stakeholder acquired in the course of the professional relationship, and do not use this information for personal gain.
CONFLICT OF INTEREST: Remain aware of any real, perceived, or potential situations in conflict of interest with the employer/client/stakeholder. Disclose any influence, interest, or relationship that impairs professional judgment or objectivity.
PUBLIC CONFIDENCE: Endeavor to enhance the dignity and reputation of both the profession and the Council.