All members of the MAG Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) shall meet the standards of conduct. As a member of the MAG Medical Reserve Corps I am expected to conduct myself as follows:
Maintain and abide by the standards of my profession, including licensure, certification and/or training requirements to support my MRC role.
Not act in the capacity of a MRC responder, nor present myself as an MRC volunteer, at any given site without prior authorization/deployment from the MAG MRC.
Dress for the environment. Wear closed toe shoes if activated.
Avoid profane and abusive language and disruptive behavior including behavior that is dangerous to self and others including acts of violence, physical or sexual abuse, or harassment.
Avoid situations that could be interpreted as a conflict of interest as an MRC member.
Abstain from the use of university or county equipment/resources for personal use.
Abstain from transport, storage and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages and/or illegal substances while performing volunteer duties.
Abstain from responding for duty under the influence of alcohol or illegal substances or under the influence of prescription/non-prescription medication that may influence my ability.
Refrain from carrying any weapons on my body for personal use.
Abstain from the use of audio or video recording equipment, unless authorized.
Keep contact information current with MAG MRC.
Put safety first in all volunteer activities.
Respect and use all equipment appropriately.
Promote healthy and safe work practices.
Take care of self and others.
Report injuries, illnesses and accidents to MAG MRC Director.
Respect the cultures, beliefs, opinions and decisions of others although I may not always agree.
Treat others with courtesy, sensitivity, tact, consideration, and humility.
Accept the chain of command and respect others regardless of position.
As a MRC member, I shall not:
Comment, answer questions or divulge any information to the media.
Accept or see on behalf of myself or any other person, any financial advantage or gain as a result of my affiliation with the Medical Reserve Corps.
Public use any MRC affiliation in connection with the promotion of partisan politics, religious matters, or positions on any issue.
Disclose or use confidential MRC information that is available solely as a result of my affiliation with the MRC to any person not authorized to receive such information.
Knowingly take any action or make any statement intended to influence the conduct of the MRC in such a way as to confer any financial benefit on any person, corporation or entity in which the individual has significant interest or affiliation.
Authorize the use of or use for the benefit or advantage of any person, the name, emblem, services or property of the MRC, except in conformance with MRC policy.
As a volunteer for the Medical Association of Georgia Medical Reserve Corps have read and understand the Code of Conduct of the Medical Association of Georgia Medical Reserve Corps and agree to comply with the code as it is set forth in the attached document.