My ethics… :roll: :roll: Guess it depends on your definition of ethics.
I can honestly say I do not purchase non verifiable certifications identified here by many as a marketing tool] for the sole purpose of beating my fellow competers out of work,
I can honestly say all of my marketing tools, IE: time in bus, claimed ce, HI training, amount of inspections completed, prior experiences in the trades can be totally verified.
I have documentation of my annual ce verifications, documentation of report reviews, documentation of completed inspections that did meet the SOPs prior to having my association marketing me to the public as a “certified” inspector.
And oh yea, I have 3rd party documentation that I completed a proctored ethics exam, and a nationally recognized proctored exam, prior to being marketed to the public as a certified inspector.
I can honestly say, I have never refused to help another local inspector when asked, regardless of org affiliation or not, at no charge, or expecting anything in return.
I can also proudly say, I DO NOT support or PROMOTE and individual that has proven time after time his goal is to destroy other inspectors, that do not purchase his certificiations, by posting lies and false information at what ever price just to be the biggest.