IACCM Code of Conduct & Terms of Use

Code of Conduct

The Association:

The Members (all IACCM members no matter what type of membership):

Vendor Members: (All IACCM vendor members regardless of type of membership)

In addition to the above, vendor members are not permitted to access any member databases and will not directly contact members unless approved or initiated by the member, or utilize IACCM events, forums, discussion groups, etc. for solicitation purposes without the prior approval of the IACCM.

Guidance and Complaints in Respect of the Application of the Code of Conduct:

Any action that is perceived contrary to the IACCM Code should be reported immediately to the Association's Ethics Committee. The Ethics Committee will then review the issue and make recommendations to the IACCM Board as to the appropriate action to be taken if necessary.

The Ethics Committee can be contacted via the following email address: ethics@iaccm.com


The Association may at its sole discretion:


Terms of Use


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