Why become a member

The Institute represents the interests of the pressure equipment industry by the provision of a highly regarded and recognised certification system for in-service inspection personnel. The Institute is pivotal in providing a certification scheme that is aligned to the broader industry, governments and associated bodies related to pressure equipment. Being a member of the Institute is an opportunity to align and contribute to the inspection profession and impart an influence ensuring that the certification scheme remains recognised as the peak certification body.

Our members

Materials Australia(ABN 40 004 249 183)
Australasian Institute Of Engineer Surveyors(ABN 52 887 542 957)
The Institution of Engineers Australia - National Office(ABN 63 020 415 510)
Compressed Air Association of Australasia(ABN 33 068 107 586)
National Association of Testing Authorities (ABN 59 004 379 748)
Australian Institute For Non-Destructive Testing (ABN 21 005 040 835)
Australasian Corrosion Association(ABN 66 214 557 257)

AICIP code of conduct

  • 1
    Members shall at all times act with integrity in dealing with fellow members; candidates associates; and the public.
  • 2
    Members shall conduct their professional activities with respect; fairness; honesty; openness and dignity.
  • 3
    Members shall not intentionally disseminate false or misleading information; explicitly or implicitly nor conceal any relevant fact. Members have a duty to maintain truth and accuracy.
  • 4
    Members shall not represent conflicting or competing interests except with the express consent of those concerned given only after full disclosure of the facts to all interested parties.
  • 5
    Members will ensure that all IP developed; transacted; and owned by AICIP remain confidential.
  • 6
    Members shall not intentionally injure the professional reputation or business of another member.
  • 7
    Members will comply with ethical business practices; and not employ anti-competitive behaviours.
  • 8
    If a member has evidence that another member has been guilty of unethical practices; it shall be their duty to inform the Association.
  • 9
    Members shall help to improve the body of knowledge of the industry by exchanging information and experience with fellow members.
  • 10
    Members shall refrain from using their relationship with the Association in such a manner as to state or imply an official accreditation or approval beyond the scope of membership of the Association and its aims, rules and policies.
  • 11
    Members shall cooperate with fellow members in upholding and enforcing the code.
  • 12
    Confidential, sensitive and commercial in confidence information which may be available to members on an irregular basis is to be retained as confidential and not be divulged to third parties.
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