AAMET announces new documents

March 1 2009: A new AAMET Code of Conduct and Ethics document and a new AAMET Complaints and Disciplinary procedure have been drawn up by AAMET and are now available for members to see at AAMET.org.

The documents come into force on April 1, 2009, and AAMET members are strongly encouraged to review them and submit their comments as soon as possible.

“There was no clearly defined complaints and disciplinary procedure,” said Philip Davis of the AAMET Ethics Committee. “In an attempt to correct this, we have created a new document that details how AAMET members may make a complaint against another AAMET member, or the AAMET organisation, and then details what happens to the complaint thereafter and what kind of service AAMET members have a right to expect when their complaint is being dealt with.”

Read Philip’s statement in full.

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