ORFA Member Code of Conduct

  • hold learning and continued professional development as fundamental to support and promote the recreation facilities profession;
  • demonstrate respect for client dignity and rights and foster practices of inclusion in all aspects of professional activity;
  • not knowingly contravene or cause to be contravened, any legislation, act, regulation or by-law which relates to their position or the registration program;
  • be aware of the responsibility to client, employer and community, and to minimize the risk of injury or liability;
  • strive to maintain the community and employer trust and refrain from any inappropriate practice which may lead to or appear to lead to personal gain;
  • hold personal knowledge and information gathered in normal business activity as confidential and immediately acknowledge any and all appearance of conflict of interest;
  • practice and encourage a code of moral behaviour anticipated by our clients, employers and the Association.