Therefore the Association, ever committed to being on the forefront of thanatology, provides a home for professionals from diverse backgrounds to advance the body of knowledge and to promote practical applications of research and theory.
Recognizing the impact that death education and/or grief counseling can have upon the lives and well-being of people, the following is the Code of Ethics of the Association for Death Education and Counseling, adopted by the membership of the Association, and subscribed to by all who hold membership in the Association.
Top All Covered Persons should protect the Company’s assets and ensure they are used for legitimate business purposes.
In those situations, Covered Persons should comply with the Code, even if the conduct would otherwise be legal under applicable local laws.
NAADAC has established a set of ethical best-practices that apply to universal ethical deliberation.
Further, NAADAC recognizes and encourages the notion that personal and professional ethics cannot be dealt with as separate domains.
The Company recognizes that this Section 8 is not applicable to Directors who do not also serve in management positions within the Company.
Top Top Each Covered Person should endeavor to deal fairly with the Company’s customers, suppliers, competitors and Covered Persons and not to take unfair advantage of anyone through manipulation, concealment, abuse of privileged information, misrepresentation of material facts or any other unfair dealing practice.