Ethical Conduct definition

Ethical Conduct means conducting yourself with others, including SIC members, employees, contractors, clients, the public, and others using the principles of honesty, integrity, fairness, and good-faith.
Ethical Conduct means doing the right thing.
Ethical Conduct means doing the right thing right.

Examples of Ethical Conduct in a sentence

  • By the acceptance of a USAID personal services contract as an individual, the contractor will be acknowledging receipt of the “Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch,” available from the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, in accordance with General Provision 2 and 5 CFR 2635.

  • We undertake to adhere by the Code of Ethical Conduct for Persons Participating in Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Activities in Kenya, copy available from during the procurement process and the execution of any resulting contract.

  • Good Faith and Commitment to Ethical Conduct ...................................................................6.

  • See Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research for further information.

  • We undertake to adhere by the Code of Ethical Conduct for Suppliers, Contractors and Service Providers, copy available from (specify website) during the procurement process and the execution of any resulting contract.

  • None of the principals is a HUD/FmHA employee or a member of a HUD/FmHA employee's immediate household as defined in Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch in 5 C.F.R. Part 2635 (57 FR 35006) and HUD's Standard of Conduct in 24 C.F.R. Part 0 and USDA's Standard of Conduct in 7 C.F.R. Part 0 Subpart B.

  • You act in accordance with the values of the Gospel as defined in the Code of Ethical Conduct.

  • The Contractor further agrees to conform to the Code of Ethical Conduct as adopted by the Associated General Contractors of America, Inc., with respect to Contractor-Subcontractor relationships.

  • This project will be carried out according to the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007).

  • Responsible and Ethical Conduct of ResearchRefer to Part II, D for more information.

Related to Ethical Conduct

  • Sexual conduct means vaginal intercourse between a male and female; anal intercourse, fellatio, and cunnilingus between persons regardless of gender; and, without privilege to do so, the insertion, however slight, of any part of the body or any instrument, apparatus, or other object into the vaginal or anal cavity of another. Penetration, however slight, is sufficient to complete vaginal or anal intercourse.

  • Unprofessional conduct means the same as that term is defined in Sections 58-1-501 and 58-17b-502 and may be further defined by rule.

  • criminal conduct means conduct which—

  • Detrimental Conduct means, as determined by the Company, the Participant’s serious misconduct or unethical behavior, including any of the following: (a) any violation by the Participant of a restrictive covenant agreement that the Participant has entered into with the Company or an Affiliate (covering, for example, confidentiality, non-competition, non-solicitation, non-disparagement, etc.); (b) any conduct by the Participant that could result in the Participant’s Separation from Service for Cause; (c) the commission of a criminal act by the Participant, whether or not performed in the workplace, that subjects, or if generally known would subject, the Company or an Affiliate to public ridicule or embarrassment, or other improper or intentional conduct by the Participant causing reputational harm to the Company, an Affiliate, or a client or former client of the Company or an Affiliate; (d) the Participant’s breach of a fiduciary duty owed to the Company or an Affiliate or a client or former client of the Company or an Affiliate; (e) the Participant’s intentional violation, or grossly negligent disregard, of the Company’s or an Affiliate’s policies, rules, or procedures; or (f) the Participant taking or maintaining trading positions that result in a need to restate financial results in a subsequent reporting period or that result in a significant financial loss to the Company or an Affiliate.

  • Ethics means a set of principles governing the conduct of all persons governed by these rules.

  • Code of Ethics or Code shall mean this Code of Ethics.

  • Medical condition means either of the following:

  • Code of Conduct means an agreement or set of rules not imposed by law, regulation or administrative provision of a Member State which defines the behaviour of traders who undertake to be bound by the code in relation to one or more particular commercial practices or business sectors;

  • Serious Medical Condition means a condition which, in Our opinion, constitutes a serious medical emergency requiring urgent remedial treatment to avoid death or serious impairment to Your immediate or long-term health prospects. The seriousness of the medical condition will be judged within the context of Your geographical location, the nature of the medical emergency and the local availability of appropriate medical care or facility.

  • Professional Conduct Committee means the professional conduct committee established by the Council in terms of section 12(2)(b);

  • Reckless Conduct means conduct where the supplier of the recreational services is aware, or should reasonably have been aware, of a significant risk that the conduct could result in personal injury to another person and engages in the conduct despite the risk and without adequate justification;

  • Professional development means training programs for

  • Vigilance and Ethics Officer means an officer appointed to receive protected disclosures from whistle blowers, maintaining records thereof, placing the same before the Audit Committee for its disposal and informing the Whistle Blower the result thereof.

  • Urgent Medical Condition means a Condition manifesting itself by acute symptoms that are of lesser severity than those recognized for an Emergency Medical Condition, such that a prudent layperson who possesses an average knowledge of health and medicine could reasonably expect the illness or injury to place the health or safety of the Member or another individual in serious jeopardy, in the absence of medical treatment within 24 hours. Examples of Urgent Medical Conditions include high fever, dizziness, animal bites, sprains, severe pain, respiratory ailments and infectious illnesses.

  • continuing professional development or “CPD” means a self-directed, ongoing, systematic, and outcomes-focused approach to learning and professional development including active participation in learning activities that assist a pharmacist in developing and maintaining continuing competence in the practice of pharmacy, enhancing the pharmacist’s professional practice, and supporting achievement of the pharmacist’s career goals.

  • Unlawful conduct means the same as that term is defined in Sections 58-1-501 and 58-17b-501.

  • Abuse Investigation and Protective Services means reporting and investigation activities as required by OAR 407-045-0300 and any subsequent services or supports necessary to prevent further abuse as required by OAR 407-045-0310.

  • Emergency medical condition means a medical condition manifesting itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity (including severe pain) that a prudent layperson, who possesses an average knowledge of health and medicine, could reasonably expect the absence of immediate medical attention to result in the following:

  • Medical control means a person who provides medical supervision to an emergency medical service provider.

  • Academic and professional matters means the following policy development and implementation matters:

  • Criminally injurious conduct means conduct that:

  • Department of Information Technology means the principal department of state government created by Executive Order 2001-3, MCL 18.41.

  • Financial Conduct Authority means the registering authority for societies registered under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 and the Credit Unions Act 1979 set up in terms of the Financial Services Act 2012 or its successor body.

  • Covered Conduct Any actual or alleged act, failure to act, negligence, statement, error, omission, breach of any duty, conduct, event, transaction, agreement, misstatement, misleading statement or other activity of any kind whatsoever from the beginning of time through the Reference Date (and any past, present, or future consequence of any such act, failure to act, negligence, statement, error, omission, breach of duty, conduct, event, transaction, agreement, misstatement, misleading statement or other activity) relating in any way to (1) the discovery, development, manufacture, packaging, repackaging, marketing, promotion, advertising, labeling, recall, withdrawal, distribution, delivery, monitoring, reporting, supply, sale, prescribing, dispensing, physical security, warehousing, use or abuse of, or operating procedures relating to, any Product, or any system, plan, policy or advocacy relating to any Product or class of Products, including, but not limited to, any unbranded promotion, marketing, programs, or campaigns relating to any Product or class of Products; (2) the characteristics, properties, risks, or benefits of any Product; (3) the reporting, disclosure, non-reporting or non- disclosure to federal, state or other regulators of orders placed with any Released Entity; or (4) diversion control programs or suspicious order monitoring; provided, however, that as to any Claim that a Releasor has brought or could bring, Covered Conduct does not include non- compliance with statutory or administrative supply security standards concerning cleanliness of facilities or stopping counterfeit products, so long as such standards apply to the storage and distribution of both controlled and non-controlled pharmaceuticals.

  • Alleged wrongful conduct means violation of law, Infringement of Company’s rules, misappropriation of monies, actual or suspected fraud, substantial and specific danger to public health and safety or abuse of authority”.

  • Environmental Information Regulations or EIRs means the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 together with any guidance and/or codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner or relevant Government department in relation to such regulations;