A Code of Ethics for Industrial Technology?
- Larry D. Helsel (Illinois State University)
Generally, professions and academic disciplines have several attributes in common (e.g., well defined definitions, philosophies and rationales, logical organizational structures, published histories, education and training functions, certification and or accreditation standards, and a code of ethics/code of conduct). Industrial Technology, as a profession and academic discipline, has benefited tremendously from the efforts made by the leaders and members of the National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT) to ensure that the universally recognized attributes and the definition of “profession” and “discipline” are associated with our field.
How to Cite:
Helsel, L. D., (2004) “A Code of Ethics for Industrial Technology?”, The Journal of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering 20(4).