Sep 6- 12 , Expedition OCRWC, Canada | Nov 13, Youth & University OCRWC, Philippines
World OCR members and staff are bound by the code of ethics. This details the ethical principles of FISO, based on the core values and the standards to which the members shall be held. The Code is applicable to the following persons:
Each of the above persons being referred to hereinafter shall be to as a ‘Party’.
Each Party must, both in the carrying out of its duties within World OCR as well as on a day-today basis, shall comply with the principles of:
All parties shall, on all occasions and to the best of their ability, serve the interests of obstacle racing and World OCR. They shall be aware of their task and their personal responsibility and take all necessary action to carry it out. They shall refrain from any behavior that may jeopardize racing or the reputation of World OCR.
The Parties shall refrain from asking, accepting or proposing, either directly or indirectly, any payment or commission, any advantages or services of any kind, whether it is in exchange for their work carried out for World OCR, and which has not been agreed with or authorized by the competent authority at World OCR. They will inform World OCR of any offers of this kind that are made to them. Only symbolic gifts may be offered or accepted by the Parties, as a mark of respect or as a token of friendship in accordance with usual local custom. Any other gifts received must be sent to the World OCR. A competent authority at World OCR must authorize any other gifts offered to a third-party.