Ethical Standards definition

Ethical Standards are directional statements that represent the objectives toward which every peace officer shall strive. They constitute a body of principles that can be relied upon by the peace officer for guidance in specific situations.
Ethical Standards are directional statements that represent the objectives toward which every Support Guild member shall strive. They constitute a body of principles that can be relied upon by Support Guild members for guidance in specific situations.
Ethical Standards means the FRC Revised Ethical Standard June 2016; “General Counsel” means the general counsel of the Company from time to time; “Group” means the Company and its subsidiaries;

Examples of Ethical Standards in a sentence

  • This Code of Professional Conduct and Responsibility for Kitsap County Peace Officers is comprised of nine Canons of Ethics, with expository statements in the form of Ethical Standards, Disciplinary Rules, and Enforcement Procedures.

  • To be worthy of this public trust, and to ensure that their professional conduct is above reproach, members of the peace officer profession must not only conform to a Code of Ethics but must also abide by these Canons of Ethics, Ethical Standards, and Disciplinary Rules which constitute this Code of Professional Conduct and Responsibility as a means of internal regulation.


More Definitions of Ethical Standards

Ethical Standards. You will be expected to observe the highest standards of ethical, personal, and professional conduct and to comply with Amkor’s policies, including its Code of Business Conduct, a copy of which has been provided to you.
Ethical Standards are directional statements that represent the objectives toward which every corrections sergeant shall strive. They constitute a body of principles that can be relied upon by the corrections sergeant for guidance in specific situations.
Ethical Standards means standards including, but not limited to, requirements in relation to the conduct of the licensees including representations made by them to vendors and purchasers and the identification and avoidance of conflicts of interests;”.
Ethical Standards means Tennessee Code Annotated 8-17-102(a)(3) as follows: “Ethical standards” includes rules and regulations regarding limits on, and/or reasonable and systematic disclosure of, gifts or other things of value received by officials and employees that impact or appear to impact their discretion, and shall include rules and regulations regarding reasonable and systematic disclosure by officials and employees of their personal interests that impact or appear to impact their discretion. The term “ethical standards’ does not include personnel or employment policies or policies or procedures related to operational aspects of governmental entities.

Related to Ethical Standards

  • Applicable Standards means the requirements and guidelines of NERC, the Applicable Regional Entity, and the Control Area in which the Customer Facility is electrically located; the PJM Manuals; and Applicable Technical Requirements and Standards.

  • Standards means the British or international standards, Authority's internal policies and procedures, Government codes of practice and guidance referred to in Framework Schedule 13 (Standards) together with any other specified policies or procedures identified in Framework Schedule 13 (Standards);

  • national standard means a standard adopted by a national standardisation organisation and made available to the general public;

  • Specifications and Standards means the specifications and standards relating to the quality, quantity, capacity and other requirements for the Project Highway, as set forth in Schedule-D, and any modifications thereof, or additions thereto, as included in the design and engineering for the Project Highway submitted by the Contractor to, and expressly approved by, the Authority;

  • Environmental and Social Standards or “ESSs” means, collectively: