Code of Ethics of the Pest Control Operators of California Inc.(1997)

Organization: 

Pest Control Operators of California, Inc.

Source: 

PCOC website

Date Approved: 

October 2, 1997

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Code of Ethics of the Pest Control Operators of California Inc.

As members of the Pest Control Operators of California, Inc., it shall be the duty of each member firm:


To support the association to the best of their ability in all of its programs and endeavors;


To abide by the Association's Bylaws;


To deal honestly and fairly with the general public in advertising and all business transactions, thereby enhancing our industry's stature;

To render pest control service in a safe and efficient manner with due consideration for its possible effects on the environment;


To respect the reputation and practice of other pest control operators, but to expose to the Association, without hesitation, the illegal or unethical conduct of other firms;


To constantly strive for proficiency in our services and business practices;


To cooperate with our fellow industry members in the exchange of knowledge for the benefit of our industry and the public it serves.