Code of Ethics

Members of  Electrical Safety New Zealand shall agree to the following:

Training:
Maintain ongoing training within their respective fields of work, and encourage all others working under their supervision to do likewise.

Compliance:
Comply with the requirements of the Electricity Act 1992, Electricity Regulations 1997, Codes of Practice issued under those Regulations and HSE Act 1992.

Responsibility:
Take all steps to ensure that their work or actions do not cause any unacceptable risk of safety to any person or property.

Competency:
Take all reasonable steps to ensure that persons working under their control are competent.

Safety:
Ensure that risks are identified and take all reasonable steps to ensure persons under their direct supervision or working within an area are made aware of such risks (HSE Act).

Integrity:
Do not make misleading claims or statements on the ability to carry out specific tasks or work outside particular areas of work or expertise and declare any such limitations to the client or employer as appropriate.

Promotion:
To actively promote the safe use of electricity, and the work of  Electrical Safety New Zealand.

Insurance:
Carry insurance against loss and professional indemnity as appropriate for the work undertaken.

Responsibility:
Take all reasonable steps to ensure that advice given to clients is free of bias.

Business Ethics:
Maintain commercial integrity and carry out all business in an ethical manner.

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