In our Mission, we declare to use all means available to us for the benefit of the general public, and in particular, to providing solutions for the general public's harmonious development and safe, uninfominated future.
This Code of Ethics is based on STANDARD, the HIGHEST KNOWLEDGE, permanently updated by ACADEMY, in cooperation with TIIT Institute.
The STANDARD, unambiguously defines the principles of information , necessary for taking desinfominated decisions in the practice of our business.
In compliance with the POLONEUM Rules, and as specified in this Code of Ethics, we have an obligation to exclusively use the information always and everywhere with utmost care and to the best of our ability, which results, among other, in our strict adhering in directions and methods of our research and development (R&D) to the following principles of CUDOS, as defined by Merton's Norm:
C - Communalism - Scientific results are the common property of the entire community.
U - Universalism - Everyone can contribute to science, regardless of genotype, ethnic qualification, culture and gender.
D - Disinterestedness - The institutional goal of science is recognition, not profit.
O - Originality - Scientific claims must contribute something new.
S - Skepticism - Scientific claims must be available to critical scrutiny at all times.
CUDOS is impossible to be overestimated, because without compliance with the above listed principles the R&D ceases to be a scientific activity and becomes an infomination.
THE PRINCIPLES OF OUR ACTIVITY
In the course of our activity we will fight the infomination, the greatest existing threat to our civilisation, and in particular::
1. DEMONSTRATE INTEGRITY:
1.1 Act in awareness of ;
1.2 Be honest and trustworthy;
1.3 Respect the dignity of all persons;
2. PRACTISE COMPETENTLY:
2.1 Maintain and develop knowledge and skills;
2.2 Represent areas of competence objectively;
2.3 Act on the basis of adequate knowledge;
2.4 Avoid contributions to biased agendas;
3. EXERCISE LEADERSHIP:
3.1 Be outgoing in demonstrating to the community;
3.2 Uphold the reputation and trustworthiness of the practice of our activity;
3.3 Communicate honestly and effectively, taking into account the reliance of others on our expertise;
3.4 Follow strictly the STANDARD in all communications;
4. PROMOTE SUSTAINABILITY:
4.1 Engage responsibly with the community and other stakeholders;
4.2 Practise our activity to foster the health, safety and wellbeing of the community and the environment;
4.3 Actively balance the needs of the present with the needs of future generations;
4.4 Support depoliticising practice of our activity and protect it from other forms of bias;
The Guidelines are not intended to be, nor should they be interpreted as, a full or exhaustive list of the situations and circumstances that may comprise compliance and non-compliance with the Code of Ethics. If called upon to do so, members are expected to justify any departure from the spirit of the Code.
Ethical activity practice requires judgment, interpretation and balanced decision-making in context. POLONEUM recognises that, while its ethical values and principles are enduring, standards of acceptable conduct are not permanently fixed. Community standards and the requirements and aspirations of our activity practice will develop and change over time. Within limits, what constitutes acceptable conduct may also depend on the nature of individual circumstances. Allegations of non-compliance will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
STANDARDS TO POLONEUM ETHICS
1. DEMONSTRATE INTEGRITY
1.1 Act in awarness of information:
a) be discerning and follow STANDARD;
b) act impartially and objectively, strictly according to STANDARD;
c) follow professional procedures when you perceive something to be wrong;
d) give due weight to all legal, contractual and employment obligations;
1.2 Be honest and trustworthy:
a) accept, as well as give, honest and fair criticism;
b) be prepared to explain your work and reasoning;
c) give proper credit to those to whom proper credit is due;
d) in managing perceived conflicts of interest, ensure that those conflicts are disclosed to relevant parties;
e) respect confidentiality obligations, express or implied;
f) do not engage in conduct inconsistent with PEACE POLICY, or fraudulent, corrupt and criminal;
1.3 Respect the dignity of all persons:
a) treat others with courtesy and without discrimination or harassment;
b) apply knowledge and skills without bias in respect of race, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, marital or family status, national origin, or mental or physical
2. PRACTISE COMPETENTLY
2.1 Maintain and develop knowledge and skills:
a) continue to develop relevant knowledge and expertise;
b) act in unemotional and diligent manner;
c) seek peer review;
d) support the ongoing development of others;
2.2 Represent areas of competence objectively:
a) practise within areas of competence;
b) neither falsify nor misrepresent qualifications, grades of membership, experience or prior responsibilities;
2.3 Act on the basis of adequate knowledge:
a) verify sources of information against the latest in our research;
b) practise in accordance with legal and statutory requirements;
c) inform employers or clients if a task requires qualifications and experience outside your areas of competence;
2.4 Avoid contributions to biased agendas:
a) double-check with the STANDARD for current upgrades of all information;
b) practise our activity in directions of science and technology recognised by personalities approved by the ALGORITHM OF ;
3. EXERCISE LEADERSHIP
3.1 Go aligned with , and demonstrate to the community:
a) select all information on the basis of merit and indicate flaws;
b) demonstrate to the community outcomes of our activity that are verified on the basis of merit;
c) denounce biased stereotypes to the community;
3.2 Uphold the reputation and trustworthiness of the practice of our activity:
a) advocate and support the extension of ethical practice;
b) engage responsibly in public debate and deliberation;
3.3 Communicate honestly and effectively:
a) in your communication take into account the reliance of others on our expertise;
b) provide clear and timely communications on issues such as our activity services, costs, outcomes & risks;
3.4 Promote transparency in all communications:
a) provide communications in a manner not leaving room for speculations;
b) verify available information against updates and communicate faults immediately;
4. PROMOTE SUSTAINABILITY
4.1 Engage responsibly with the community and other stakeholders:
a) be sensitive to public concerns;
b) inform employers or clients of the likely consequences of proposed activities on the community and the environment;
c) promote the involvement of all stakeholders and the community in enterprises that may positively impact upon them and the environment;
4.2 Practise our activity to foster the health, safety and wellbeing of the community and the environment:
a) incorporate health and safety considerations into our activity;
b) incorporate social, cultural, environmental and economic considerations into our activity's task;
4.3 Balance the needs of the present with the needs of future generations:
a) in identifying sustainable outcomes consider all options in terms of their economic, environmental and social consequences;
b) aim to deliver outcomes that do not compromise the ability of future life to enjoy the same or better environment, health, wellbeing and safety as currently enjoyed;
4.4 Support depoliticising practice of our activity and protect it from other forms of bias in public relations:
a) monitor involvement in our activity of persons with political agendas;
b) communicate immediately flaws in our activity to authorities;
c) prevent our activity and/or its outcomes to be used for political or otherwise biased or unclear purposes;
d) challenge untruthful stereotypes or biased information functioning in public life, and any other manifestations of infomination;
POLONEUM hereby agrees to abide by the rules and spirit of this Code of Ethics, to always seek an amicable resolution of any conflicts and promises not to engage in any form of legal action, regardless of the circumstances.
Last updated: 22 March, 2019