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1. Code of Ethics of Claims AdjustersThe code of ethics contains all the rules and duties governing a profession, the conduct of those who exercise this profession and the relationships between these professionals, their clients and the public.http://chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/code-of-ethics/123/1-code-of-ethics-of-claims-adjusters1. Code of Ethics of Claims AdjustersThe code of ethics contains all the rules and duties governing a profession, the conduct of those who exercise this profession and the relationships between these professionals, their clients and the public.
2. Code of Ethics of Damage Insurance RepresentativesThe code of ethics contains all the rules and duties governing a profession, the conduct of those who exercise this profession and the relationships between these professionals, their clients and the public.http://chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/code-of-ethics/124/2-code-of-ethics-of-damage-insurance-representatives2. Code of Ethics of Damage Insurance RepresentativesThe code of ethics contains all the rules and duties governing a profession, the conduct of those who exercise this profession and the relationships between these professionals, their clients and the public.
Conflicts of Interest: would you be able to recognize one and avoid it?A conflict of interest is a situation in which a damage insurance or claims adjustment professional might put his own interests ahead of those of his client; such interests could also influence how he performs his professional duties. http://chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/code-of-ethics/464/conflicts-of-interest-would-you-be-able-to-recognize-one-and-avoid-itConflicts of Interest: would you be able to recognize one and avoid it?A conflict of interest is a situation in which a damage insurance or claims adjustment professional might put his own interests ahead of those of his client; such interests could also influence how he performs his professional duties.
Down with gaps in insurance coverage!If there is one thing that embodies the very essence of what it means to be a damage insurance representative, it is the act of finding insurance coverage for a client who requests it. However, failure to follow up on the client’s instructions is a shortfall that the Syndic’s Office of the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD) encounters far too often during its investigations. http://chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/code-of-ethics/517/down-with-gaps-in-insurance-coverageDown with gaps in insurance coverage!If there is one thing that embodies the very essence of what it means to be a damage insurance representative, it is the act of finding insurance coverage for a client who requests it. However, failure to follow up on the client’s instructions is a shortfall that the Syndic’s Office of the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD) encounters far too often during its investigations.
Ethical Obligations Take Precedence Over…Out of necessity, growing damage insurance firms must adopt increasingly sophisticated organizational practices. The professionals they employ receive support and oversight—and usually, this is also beneficial to the public.http://chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/code-of-ethics/502/ethical-obligations-take-precedence-overEthical Obligations Take Precedence Over…Out of necessity, growing damage insurance firms must adopt increasingly sophisticated organizational practices. The professionals they employ receive support and oversight—and usually, this is also beneficial to the public.
Ethics: Constraint or Advantage?Deontological ethics often have a negative image of being associated with obligations, constraints, and costs. However, ethics are just as useful for representatives as for the firms where they work. Following is an overview of the advantages associated with integrating ethics compliance into company culture and professional practise.http://chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/code-of-ethics/463/ethics-constraint-or-advantageEthics: Constraint or Advantage?Deontological ethics often have a negative image of being associated with obligations, constraints, and costs. However, ethics are just as useful for representatives as for the firms where they work. Following is an overview of the advantages associated with integrating ethics compliance into company culture and professional practise.
Professionals must choose integrity, no matter what the circumstances areCertified representatives must show integrity at all times, even when there is no risk of their actions causing any harm to the client or the insured.http://chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/code-of-ethics/493/professionals-must-choose-integrity-no-matter-what-the-circumstances-areProfessionals must choose integrity, no matter what the circumstances areCertified representatives must show integrity at all times, even when there is no risk of their actions causing any harm to the client or the insured.