Code of Ethics of the Safe and Vault Technicians Association

All members of the SAVTA by acceptance and continuance therein, shall be deemed to have subscribed to the following Code of Ethics.  That the dignity of our chosen profession may be perpetuated, it is the duty of all members of the SAVTA:

  • To practice their profession in the spirit of fairness to their clients, with fidelity to security in conformance with appropriateness, and with high ideals of personal honor;
  • To properly and impartially analyze security problems, and to advance the best possible solution for the protection of their clients;
  • To conduct themselves in a dignified manner;
  • To abide by applicable licensing and business regulations;
  • To abstain from using improper or questionable methods of soliciting patronage, and to decline to accept such incompatible patronage;
  • To refrain from using their professional skills, training, or expertise in a manner that compromises the safety or security of the customer or the general public;
  • To refrain from associating themselves with or allowing the use of their names by any enterprise of questionable character, or in any manner countenancing misrepresentation;
  • To cooperate in advancing the best interest of the safe and vault industry by interchange of general information and experience with fellow technicians;
  • To encourage and promote loyalty to the profession, always ready to apply their special knowledge, skill and training for the use and betterment of our industry.
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