CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT REVIEW TASK FORCE
SCOPE OF WORK 2016

 

OUTCOME DESIRED:  

The RID Code of Professional Conduct Review Task Force conducts a thorough review of the current CPC and advises the RID Board of Directors as to recommended revisions.

MEMBERS ASSIGNED:

To be determined.

 

TASKS TO COMPLETE:

  • ELEMENT #1: Compile and review historical information and documents related to previous and current codes of ethics/CPC
    • Provide information in a format publically available and accessible.
  • ELEMENT #2: Provide recommended revisions.
    • Revisions should consider immediate changes in order to support the work of the Ethical Practice System. The recommendations will be brought to the RID membership for review, deliberation and decision.
    • Revisions should include long term changes in order to re-orient the CPC to a value-based framework
      • Input shall be collected from relevant stakeholders
      • Input shall be collected from the RID membership for consideration
    • Explore and present a change to the name of the ethical code
      • The name should represent the purpose and content of the code
    • ELEMENT #3: Envision and Develop CPC materials
      • Materials to aid in education
      • Materials to aid in advocacy
    • ELEMENT #4: Outline and propose a regular schedule for review of the ethical code to ensure relevancy and applicability
      • Provide recommendations to the RID Board for the need to create a standing committee, including a potential scope of work.
    • ELEMENT #5: Present Quarterly reports to the RID Board of Directors
      • Reports are submitted via Board liaisons.

 

REPORT DATE(S):

  • FINAL REPORT: MARCH 1, 2017
    • Final report to include (but not limited to): (note- the request for a final report is to receive information completed during the 2015-2017 term)
      • Successes completed during term.
      • Challenges faced during term.
      • Recommendations for updates to the scope of work to allow for the completion of the task force’s work.
    • REPORTS:
      • Provide updates to the Board of Directors, via the Board liaison, for each Board meeting.
      • Note, reports must be submitted to the Board 10 days prior to each Board meeting. Work with the Board liaison to confirm meeting dates.

 

BOARD LIAISON:

Billieanne McLellan

 

STAFF LIAISONS:

TBD

 

CONFIDENTIALITY LEVEL:

Low, unless otherwise noted.

 

NARRATIVE:  

The Task Force shall work with Councils, Committees and/or Task Forces as necessary. Board liaisons will assist in creating the collaborative connection.

For the 2016-2018 term, the CPC Review Task Force members are charged with the following:

  1. To collect Community feedback on the 2005 CPC.
  2. To review, revise and strengthen the CPC.
  3. To participate in a review of the overall program and policies in an effort to maximize efficient use of volunteer resources.
  4. To comply with the 2013 RID Business Meeting motion E.
  5. To address items referred to the task force by the board of directors.

 

 

 

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