STATUS INSPECTION & DESIGN ®
Conducts its real estate inspection service
Following The Code Of Ethics Of
The New Brunswick Society Of
Certified Engineering Technicians
And Technologists ( NBSCETT
Duty To The Public
Duty To Employer
Members shall protect, to the fullest extent, the interests of their employers
and provide protection for the public's welfare.
Members will not deliberately misrepresent qualifications or abilities
or lay claim to qualifications they do not possess to further their own ambitions at the
expense of employer, clients or colleagues.
Members shall undertake only such work as they are competent to perform
by virtue of their training and experience.
Members shall, at all times, discourage exaggerated or untrue statements
concerning any project for which they are a part.
Members shall always endeavor to return full value for remuneration received
and strive constantly for increased knowledge and improvement within the
bounds of their field of practice.
Members of the Society agree to uphold these ethical standards, known as
the "Code of Ethics", and also encourage, by advice and example, others
to adhere to these standards.
Duty To Society
Members shall disclose to an employer or client the possibility of a conflict
of interest, if such conflict could be detrimental to the interests of either party.
Members will not directly or indirectly use any information, confidential
or otherwise, which is adverse or detrimental to the interests of the employer or
Members shall not disclose confidential information concerning the business
affairs or the technical processes of their present or former employers without their
Members or persons attempting to obtain membership will not, by word or
deed, deliberately and maliciously attempt to injure the reputation of the
Society or its members.
Members will endeavor to co-operate with others and agree to the dissemination
of new methods and technical knowledge, providing they are not placed in violation
of any part of the Society's "Code of Ethics".