As NAADAC moves toward final revision of its Code of Ethics
in 2011, addiction professionals are well-advised to familiarize themselves with the new code and seek to apply its provisions consistently in their daily practices.
However, in today's security industry a uniform code of ethics
that offers behavioral guidelines does not exist.
The Civil Nuclear Constabulary is supporting the launch of the Code of Ethics
nationally, we welcome a code that will help professionalise the police service further.
The Healing Touch Charlotte's displayed Code of Ethics
is a summary statement of the standards of conduct that define ethical behavior for the massage therapist.
In general, a code of ethics
increases public trust in the profession's integrity.
Based on it, Mr McCraw will offer recommendations for a Bahrain Journalists Code of Ethics
for consideration tomorrow.
Chuck Lowen, CPM, taught an adapted version of the Ethics 800 course for the program, starting with a side-by-side comparison of the Federal Code and the IREM Code of Ethics
Practically speaking, instigating a rigorous enforcement of a newly revised MTNA Code of Ethics
, by setting up a redundant ECC to do that very thing, will probably, in time, only serve to bring numerous legal complications, endless ramifications and undesired consequences upon a completely overwhelmed ECC.
Our recently revamped Code of Ethics
was incorporated in the Sarbanes-Oxley legislation.
A written code of ethics
is the highly prized and flowery statement of absolute altruism prominently posted in many locations and shared liberally with the public in advertising copy.
The International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) issues an exposure draft of a revision to its Code of Ethics
for Professional Accountants.
If no one is leading by example, you can't set or adopt a code of ethics