UAVNZ Code of Conduct v2.2

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The New Zealand Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Industry Association Page 1 of 2 UAVNZ Code of Conduct UAVNZ Executive Committee Version 2.2, 22 nd October 2015 As members of UAVNZ we are individually and collectively responsible for our conduct. As an emerging industry it is important we establish and maintain a reputation we can be proud of built on safe flying, professionalism and collaboration. This Code of Conduct does not attempt to detail all possible behaviour and instead is a guiding document describing common standards of behaviour for all UAVNZ Members and Associate Members. By choosing to become a member of UAVNZ you are choosing to adhere to the behaviours and intent of this code. This Code expects members to demonstrate behaviour aligned with UAVNZ values. UAVNZ Values • Safety – maintaining the highest levels of safety, and regulatory compliance in the aviation system to build trust and confidence among all industry stakeholders and the general public. • Quality – New Zealand companies offering commercial UAV products and services build a reputation for professionalism, integrity, and reliability. • Sustainability – cost-effective value-add services which position the NZ industry to take full advantage of future market opportunities. • Collaboration – open dialogue, knowledge sharing, and cooperation to achieve shared goals for the commercial UAV industry in New Zealand. • Education – leading the national conversation about safe commercial operating practices, social and economic opportunities associated with UAV technology. Educating and fostering future generations of unmanned aviators. Who does this Code apply to? Every Member and Associate Member of UAVNZ. Refer the UAVNZ membership policy. How do you know if your conduct complies with the Code? If in doubt think about: Would your behaviour be seen as appropriate by others? Does your behaviour comply with the Code? Is your behaviour lawful? Is your behaviour fair and reasonable?

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