Alloy Specialties (ASI) Code of Ethics

Employees of Alloy Specialties uphold the highest standards of ethical conduct and hereby agree to:

  1. Hold paramount the safety, health, and welfare of the public in the performance of their duties;
  2. Promote the lawful and ethical interests of ASI and the aerospace profession;
  3. Reject bribery, fraud, and corruption in all their forms;
  4. Properly credit the contributions of others, accept and offer honest and constructive criticism of technical work; and acknowledge and correct errors;
  5. Avoid harming others, their property, their reputations or their employment through false or malicious statements or through unlawful or otherwise wrongful acts;
  6. Issue statements or present information in an objective and truthful manner, based on available data;
  7. Avoid real and perceived conflicts of interest, and act as honest and fair agents in all professional interactions;
  8. Undertake only those tasks for which we are qualified by training or experience, or for which we can reasonably become qualified with proper preparation, education, and training;
  9. Maintain and improve our technical and professional competencies throughout our careers and provide opportunities for the professional development of those engineers under our supervision;
  10. Treat fairly and respectfully all colleagues and co-workers, recognizing their unique contributions and capabilities.

Recommendations, Criticisms, and Questions

Any ASI Employee may submit a written, recommendation, criticism, or question.

Reporting Ethical Misconduct

All ASI Employees should report observed, suspected, or apparent ethical misconduct in accordance with the Code of Ethics. If an individual is unsure whether a suspected incident falls within the definition of ethical misconduct, he or she may contact the Human Resources for clarification.