North American Association of Inventory Services
(NAAIS)


Code of Ethics

Members shall have an obligation to exercise honestly, objectively, and diligently in the performance of their duties and responsibilities. 

Members, in holding the trust of their employees, shall exhibit loyalty in all matter pertaining to the affairs of the employer or to whomever they may be rendering a service. However, members shall not knowingly be a party to any illegal or improper activity. Members shall refrain from entering into any activity which may be in conflict with the interests of their employers or which would prejudice their ability to carry out objectively their duties and responsibilities. 

Members believe in the fair and honest treatment of their vendors, employees, and customers and, pursuant thereto, to give understanding to their interests and concerns. Members shall be prudent in the use of information acquired in the course of their duties. They shall not use confidential information for any personal gain, nor in a manner which would be detrimental to the welfare of their employer. 

Members believe in equality of opportunity for all persons and agree not to discriminate against a vendor, employee, or customer on the basis of race, creed, sex, or national origin. Members shall continually strive for improvements in the proficiency and effectiveness of their service. 

Members shall abide by the bylaws and uphold the objectives of the North American Association of Inventory Services. In the practice of their profession, they shall be ever mindful of their obligation to maintain the high standards of competence, morality, and dignity, which the Northern American Association of Inventory Services and its members have established.