Rob <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Why as our advisory panel do the IFA not make clearer guidelines? Do they
not want to upset the companies that are members? Or is it like our
previous arguments that they are just there to give some sort of front to
the government watchdogs
I was going to say Why hold hard there a second!, but then I followed my own (earlier) advice and read the IFA Code of Conduct.
The IFA position on H&S appears unambiguous. It states that an IFA member who breaches H&S legislation is liable for censure under the IFA rules. The IFA specifically states in its Policy Statement on H&S that para 1.9 of the Code of Conduct covers this position.....until one reads the Code of Conduct and sees that para 1.9 has been deleted.
Oops, egg on faces all round I think. .
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