Ethics in Construction Management

The Construction Management Institute (CMI) is dedicated to its ethics policy, which ensures that all members of the CMI are treated with respect and members comply with the ethical standards required within the construction industry.

 

Members Should

  1. Be honest about their professional qualifications and will not provide invalid evidence of such.
  2. Not discriminate against others in the workplace for any reason, including race, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability, ethnic backgrounds, and gender.
  3. Remain professional when representing CMI.
  4. Show dedication to their work to their employers.
  5. Ensure that they comply with any contractual agreements.
  6. Should not participate in any activities which could endanger others, such as criminal activity.
  7. Work within health and safety regulations at all times.
  8. Respect others in the workplace.

What Members Can Expect

  1. CMI’s registrars will make fair decisions regarding an applicant’s eligibility.
  2. All members should be treated with respect.
  3. All members will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability, ethnic backgrounds, and gender.
  4. All applicants will be considered for the appropriate type of membership and certification based on their qualifications and experience level without consideration to irrelevant factors such as favoritism, bribery, or other factors
  5. Members should feel welcomed into the CMI.

 

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