Ethics

I’m very proud to be part of a group of emergency managers who are trying our best to bring good emergency management to everyone, everywhere. We don’t advertise a lot, and we’re not out to make a fortune or a name for ourselves. We are at our most comfortable when we are operating quietly in the background and supporting good work that happens in places all over the world.

I was lucky enough to be one of the authors of our Code of Ethics and while I can’t make it apply to everyone, it’s something that I think every emergency and continuity manager should seek to uphold. What do you think?

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