As a professional member of the American Society of Safety Professionals, Safety Priority ascribes to the ASSP Code of Professional Conduct. ASSP membership evokes a duty to serve and protect people, property and the environment. This duty is to be exercised with integrity, honor and dignity.
Serve the public, employees, employers, clients, the Society, and the profession with fidelity, honesty and impartiality.
In all professional relationships, treat others with respect, civility, and without discrimination.
Abstain from behavior that will unjustly cause harm to the reputation of the Society, its members and the profession.
Continually improve professional knowledge, skills, competencies, and awareness of relevant new developments through training, education, networking and work experiences.
Consider qualifications before undertaking any professional activity and perform only those services that may be handled competently.
Make informed decisions in the performance of professional duties that adhere to all relevant laws, regulations and recognized standards of practice.
Inform all appropriate parties when professional judgment indicates that there is an unacceptable level of risk of injury, illness, property damage or environmental harm.
Maintain the confidentiality of information acquired through professional practice that is designated or generally recognized as non-public, confidential or privileged.
Accurately represent professional qualifications including education, credentials, designations, affiliations, titles and work experience.
Avoid situations that create actual, potential or perceived conflicts between personal and professional interests, and if a potential conflict of interest arises disclose all applicable facts to potentially affected parties.