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- ICRMP Doctoral Fellow Membership Grade;
- ICRMP Fellow Membership Grade;
- ICRMP Affiliate Membership Grade;
- ICRMP Associate Membership Grade.
Only collaborating member bodies with Affiliate status shall have the right to submit Certificate of Good Standing and Notification of Admission for membership into any of the above membership criteria. Criteria’s of grades are comprehensively addressed by the MoU entered into with each collaborating member bodies. A breach of any section of these criteria shall amount to Affiliate status suspension or withdrawal.
Accredited training providers of ICRMP can enter into sub contract with Affiliate collaborating member bodies to forward individual for admission. Admission into ICRMP membership shall be rejected where completed membership forms is not accompanied with a Letter of Good Standing and Notification for Admission.
All members of ICRMP must be of good conduct, uphold professional values and ethics and in all professional dealings. Also, members are required to be actively involved in all International Certified Risk Management Professionals Networking Events, Conferences and Executive Masters Class, this will among other things serves as continuous professionals’ development.
Honorary Life Membership. Persons who have rendered distinguished service in advancing or upholding the purposes of ICRMP, UK or any of the collaborating member bodies may be elected to Honorary Life Membership by the Executive Council on the recommendation of the Director of Membership Services. Not more than three persons can be awarded Honorary Life Membership in one year. An Honorary Life Member shall have all the rights and privileges of Individual Members, including the right to hold ICRMP elective position and to vote on all issues requiring a decision by the membership.
ICRMP Code of Membership
The ICRMP Code of Conduct represents a relevant and useful set of guidelines to ensure that risk management professionals continues to play a vital and ethical role in contemporary business. This code was adopted by the Executive Council of ICRMP together with the rules and regulations set out in its Articles.
ICRMP Members should:
- At all times discharge allotted and accepted responsibilities as a professional risk manager with integrity and observe those standards prescribed in the best practice standards for risk management professionals.
- Not misuse authority or office for personal gain.
- Be of good conduct as to uphold and not to injure the standing and reputation of International Risk Management Professionals and other collaborating member bodies.
Guides to Good Risk Management Practice
- Members have personal responsibilities, and should:
- Demonstrate integrity and humanity and observe the principles, ethical and professional conduct, avoiding all discriminatory practices including those relating to race, sex, religion and politics;
- Have regard for the interests of society in acting loyally and honestly in carrying out the policies of the organisation;
- Not injure or attempt to injure, maliciously or recklessly, directly or indirectly, the professional reputation of others;
- Respect the confidentiality of information which comes to them in the course of their duties.
- Engage in continued learning to improve professional competence and pursue new ideas and advances in technology;
- Accept only such work as they believe they are competent to perform and as necessary obtain expert advice;
- To respect the codes of ICRMP and their collaborating member bodies which have relevant in their responsibilities including that of affiliate bodies;
- When called upon to give a professional opinion, do so objectively as possible.
Members and the Organisation/client
Members should take the appropriate actions to achieve the objectives of the organization/client.
These actions should include:
- The effective and economic management of all available resources.
- The appointment, training, and development of employees, seeking to integrate their aspirations with the requirements of the organisation.
- The creation of a humane, safe, healthy and satisfying working environment.
- The development of effective communications, understandings and cooperation between all employees at all levels.
- The practice of delegation of authority wherever possible and the acceptance of responsibility for the work of subordinates.
- The fair and equitable treatment of employees.
- The frequent review of corporate objectives.
Members and the Community
Members should recognize the interests of the community and act accordingly. This recognition should include:
- Making every endeavour to conserve the environment, balancing the rights of future generations with current economic needs.
- Participating in public affairs, utilising professional capacity.
- Ensuring that all contracts and terms of business are clear, concise and honoured in full, unless terminated or modified by mutual consent.
- The exclusion of corrupt practices.
- Preserving and, wherever possible, improving the quality of life within the organisation’s sphere of influence.
- Promoting the development of further understanding in society of the role and place of the business community.
- Respecting cultural and moral standards and the dignity of the individual
- Membership Benefits
Being a member of ICRMP has its benefits – there are certainly a lot of them! Members have access to cutting-edge Risk Management Professionals research, self-development tools, a global peer network, timely and expert publications, advocacy, fee discount opportunities on all courses, events and conferences and many other benefits.