Learn ethical and legal issues in establishing policies and procedures that protect the public, certificants, and the certifying organization and that uphold the integrity of certification from a legal adviser to certification organizations. Real-life examples are also shared.
Listen to this on-demand webinar to learn more about how your organization can legally control its web domains, copyrights and trademarks, and tips for avoiding lawsuits related to association websites and accounts, including international examples.
This chapter covers program governance and is organized into three sections: documents, board structure, and fiduciary responsibilities. The purpose is to discuss the documents needed for governance - either to be separately incorporated or part of a separately incorporated organization.
For Members Only. This free Executive Summary provides an overview of the method used to conduct the 2015 Certification Industry Compensation and Benesifts Survey, identifies general profiles of the responding organizations, lists the type of data categories reported for each position, and provides a few highlights of the data in the report.
The NCCA Standards specifically impose significant obligations on certification bodies to communicate with applicants, certificants, and the public. Hear an explanation of required communications, an interpretation by a certification lawyer of legal considerations, and implications for your program.