Rights Issues in Professional Practice - A Guideline....click
guideline was prepared by a sub-committee of the Practice Standards
Committee whose mandate is "to enhance the quality and value
of professional services to the public". Practicing members
representing clients, permit holding companies and consultants participated
directly in developing the contents of the guideline. It was approved
for publication by APEGGA Council in February, 1997.
objectives of the policy is to have a workplace environment free
from discrimination or harassment by employer, employee or volunteers.
The Association prohibits any form of discrimination of employers,
volunteers or prespective employees, and further prohibits any retaliatary
action against an employee who files a complaint of discrimination
or harassment in good fath. The policy applies to APEGGA staff and
volunteers working with the Association. It does not apply to Permit
holders or employers of an APEGGA member. The policy was approved
by the APEGGA Council in April, 1999.
Helpful Links to Other Relevant Sites
Alberta Human Rights
Alberta Women Science Network
Society of Women Engineers
of Women in Engineering, Science & Technology
Women in Scholarship,
Engineering, Science & Technology