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					AUSIT Code of Ethics For
interpreters and translators?
General principles
Professional conduct
Interpreters and translators shall at all times act in accordance with the standards of conduct and
decorum appropriate to the aims of AUSIT, the national professional association of interpreting and
translation practitioners.
Confidentiality
Interpreters and translators shall not disclose information acquired during the course of their
assignments.
Competence
Interpreters and translators shall undertake only work that they are competent to perform in the language
areas for which they are accredited or recognised by NAATI.
Impartiality
Interpreters and translators shall observe impartiality in all professional contracts.
Accuracy
Interpreters and translators shall take all reasonable care to be accurate.
Employment
Interpreters and translators shall be responsible for the quality of their work, whether as freelance
practitioners or employed practitioners of interpreting and translation agencies and other employers.
Professional development
Interpreters and translators shall continue to develop their professional knowledge and skills.
Professional solidarity
Interpreters and translators shall respect and support their fellow professionals.
For more information and for a copy of the AUSIT Code of Ethics, contact AUSIT on 1800 284 181 or visit
www.ausit.org.
Source: AUSIT Code of Ethics for Interpreters and Translators (January 1999) Reprinted with permission of AUSIT, the publisher of the code and the
copyright holder.


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