Code of Ethics

Working offshore – your professional obligations
Members of the AusIMM often travel to foreign countries to undertake work assignments. Each country has its own set of laws and regulations that foreign workers must follow. This article is Indonesia-centric, but in principal applies to all AusIMM members working overseas, even for AusIMM members traveling to Australia to work. Each country’s definitions and regulations often specify what constitutes work or ‘doing business’, and may include simple office meetings, giving a Read More
AusIMM Compliance Annual Report 2015
The Complaints and Ethics Committees report on their work monitoring compliance with the AusIMM Code of Ethics and professional Codes during 2015. Central to AusIMM’s reason for existence is ensuring professionalism in all aspects of the professional lives of AusIMM members. In joining the Institute, and as part of the annual renewal process, members commit to meeting the requirements of the AusIMM Code of Ethics and the professional Codes adopted by the AusIMM Board. The Complaints and Read More
April 2015
AusIMM Compliance Annual Report 2014
Monitoring compliance with the AusIMM Code of Ethics during 2014 The AusIMM expects and promotes the highest professional and ethical standards of its members across all areas of professional practice through a strong focus on professional ethics and best practice implementation of professional codes. The Institute has a robust compliance framework established in its By-Laws, Code of Ethics, and professional Codes adopted by the AusIMM Board: By-Law 25 requires all members to Read More