GPC Auditor - Code of Conduct
GPC’s Code of Conduct refers to the ethical requirements that GPC-certified auditors must comply with, and all certified auditors must comply with the following code of conduct.
GPC auditors work objectively and professionally.
GPC auditors develop their own professional abilities and maintain the best condition for accurate audit.
GPC auditors do not engage in anything that could cause conflicts of interest.
GPC auditors do not act to damage the reputation, interests, and credibility of the certification body.
GPC auditors do not disclose anything, including information learned during the audit, to the outside unless authorized in writing by the audited organization and certification body.
GPC auditors do not take any other benefits, such as money, gifts etc., from the organization or stakeholders under audit.
GPC auditors do not communicate information that may impair the integrity of the audit or auditor certification process.
GPC auditors do not unconditionally criticize the audit work of other auditors without going through due process.
GPC auditors do not violate any part of this Code of Conduct and fully cooperate with any investigation requested to comply with GPC's Code of Conduct.