FDIS code of conduct
FDIS seeks to promote best practice among those who manufacture, install, maintain and inspect fire doors and doorsets.
The aim is to gain the confidence of the industry, the market, national and local government and enforcement agencies, such as building control and the fire and rescue services, that FDIS offers the best point of reference, and is the leading authority for fire door safety.
In order to achieve this, FDIS requires its inspectors to display the highest levels of professionalism, integrity and business ethics in all their dealings with individuals and organisations with whom they come into contact while attending to matters relating to the scheme.
All FDIS Certificated Inspectors must adhere to the FDIS code of conduct. Failure to do so may result in FDIS withdrawing certification.