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Poll of the Month

What kind of monthly member meetings are you more likely to attend?

  • Environmental management
  • Cost savings
  • Airconditioning
  • Swimming pools
  • Back of house tours
  • Electrical
  • Lighting
  • Other
  • Ajax Loader
 

Ethics

AIHE Code of Ethics

  1. The responsibility of Hotel Engineers for the welfare, health and safety of the community shall, at all times, come before their responsibility to sectional or private industry interests.
  2. Hotel Engineers shall apply their skills and knowledge in the interest of their employers for whom they shall act, professionally, as faithful agents and trustees.
  3. Hotel Engineers shall act so as to uphold and enhance the values of the Institute to the Hotel Industry and Consulting Engineers, Architects, Builders and Contractors engaged by the Industry.
  4. Hotel Engineers shall give evidence, advice, express opinions or make statements in an objective and truthful manner and on the basis of adequate knowledge.
  5. Hotel Engineers shall obtain other Professional Engineering advice, on behalf of their employers, when advice is required in areas beyond their competence.
  6. Hotel Engineers shall continue their professional development throughout their careers and shall actively assist and encourage those under their direction to advance their knowledge and experience.
  7. Hotel Engineers shall not directly or indirectly seek or receive any personal inducements on consideration for placement of orders for work or awarding of contracts on behalf of their employer.
  8. Hotel Engineers shall set, review and evaluate performance against technical standards compatible with the objectives of their employer and to the overall benefit of the Hotel Industry.  

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