DAV™ Black Mountain Chapter #12 - Code of Ethics 2021
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width="298" DAV Black Mountain Chapter #12 - Code of Ethics set forth in this document, outlines the ethical principles that govern decisions and behavior at foundation, events, programs and our web site.

Promote trust and confidence in all facets of development of Web Sites, Products, Services, and Privacy Policies by upholding ethical management practices. Refrain from compromise in integrity in our ethics in any manner.


We welcome and support people of all backgrounds and identities. This includes, but is not limited to members of any sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, social and economic class, educational level, color, immigration status, sex, age, size, family status, political belief, religion, and mental and physical ability


Set the example in performance of duties by acting with integrity, honesty, impartiality, and in accordance with local and International law. Respect real and intellectual property laws, copyrights and patents.


Maintain the confidentiality of all sensitive and proprietary information and do not infringe upon the privacy of individuals encountered during the course of duty, unless required by the law or organizational regulations

Refrain from activities that may be a conflict of interest with the DAV Black Mountain Chapter #12 Guidelines / Content Policy and endeavor to avoid even the appearance of such


Uphold and promote the principles of this Code of Ethics. Not only is it important for all DAV Black Mountain - Chapter #12 and associates to adhere to the principles expressed in this Code, each person should encourage and support adherence by all other individuals who are involved with DAV Black Mountain - Chapter #12.

Violations of this code of ethics are inconsistent with DAV® Black Mountain - Chapter #12 guidelines set forth by same and will not be tolerated.

Did You Know?...

The 1948 Nuremberg Code is the first ethical code to establish the basic standards for when human beings may be enrolled in scientific studies, including informed consent, a balancing between plausible benefits to humanity and harm to individuals, and the individual's right to dis-enroll at any time.

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