One of the principal objectives of the BCOSP is the promotion of good occupational health and safety practices.
Within that context, the code defines the ethical principles and professional responsibility which should be followed, in the exercise of their profession, by the members of BCOSP with the aim that the absolute priority lies in the protection of the workers’ health.
The BCOSP considers that the occupational safety and health profession requires strict standards of conduct given the importance of its work.
In the same way, the BCOSP believes that the trust of people and institutions in the work done by its members is fundamental to the recognition of safety and health, its development and implementation and therefore for the protection of worker’s health.
The BCOSP’s certification holders should act with responsibility, defending the integrity and dignity of the profession responding to the following principles: