The five principal ethical obligations contained within the RRA Code of Conduct are:

Respect for the Law 

RRA Board Directors, employees and volunteers and affiliates will uphold the laws of governments and will not be party to their breach, evasion or subversion.

Respect for Persons

RRA Board Directors, employees and volunteers and affiliates will treat the other directors, employees and members of the public honestly and fairly having proper regard for their right, entitlements, duties and obligations and shall at all times act responsibly in the performance of their duties.

Integrity

RRA Board Directors, employees and volunteers and affiliates will at all times seek to advance the common good of the community and work to the RRA mission and values in this code.

Diligence

RRA Board Directors, employees and volunteers and affiliates will exercise due diligence, care and attention and will at all times seek to achieve the highest standards possible in relation to their duties and responsibilities.

Economy and Efficiency

RRA Board Directors, employees and volunteers and affiliates will avoid waste, abuse and extravagance in providing or using resources and will expose any fraud or corruption of which they are aware.

Breaches of the Code

Breaches of the Code could lead to disciplinary action including contract termination or expulsion in serious cases.

Policy Authorisation

Policy Applies to: All Staff

Approval Authority: President

Updated: 30 March 2018

Review Date: 18 July 2019

Approval Date: 18 July 2017

Version: 2.0