FSB recognises that the majority of members join FSB solely to avail themselves of the excellent services and benefits available to them as business owners. However, FSB is also fortunate to have a community of members who become actively involved in activity at a national and local level as volunteers. Having built FSB to be a brand trusted by business owners and politicians alike, it is imperative that FSB protects its brand from damage. In order to achieve this end, FSB asks that members and volunteers adhere to a Code of Conduct.
This code is intended to direct the conduct of members in relation to their interaction with other FSB members, employees and any third party where the member is perceived to be acting in the name of FSB or where they or their business purports to be in some way associated with FSB in addition to being a member.
The code does not extend to the interaction between FSB members and their customers/clients or any other third party where the FSB member is not acting in the name/as a representative of, FSB.
Download a PDF version of the 'Members Code of Conduct' here.