Code of Ethics
- All members are bound to act in the best interest of IELA at all times, upholding and promoting IELA, its Articles, By-laws and Standards of Performance.
- IELA members shall not engage in competitive sales activity during on-site operations. Cooperation amongst members, especially whilst active on-site, is paramount.
- Disputes between members may be referred to the Board of Management subject to agreement by both parties that arbitration may take place. Individuals who may be party to the dispute may not become involved in the arbitration progress.
- Members found to be in breach of the Code of Ethics by the Board of Management must accept the Board's decision relative to the penalty imposed, i.e. censure, suspension or expulsion from IELA. The Board may, at its discretion, advise the membership of any and all penalties imposed.
- Misrepresentation, misconduct or false declaration is forbidden, as is any activity likely to bring the Association or its members into disrepute.