Australian Institute of Steel Detailers (AISD) has an experienced, professional and technologically sophisticated membership made up of firms ranging in size from sole traders to multi-national corporations.
The AISD actively promotes best practice techniques for the preparation of workshop detail drawings of structural steelwork and reviews the performance and professional conduct of its members.
This means that when you use an AISD member, your project will have the full attention of a bona fide steel detailer with links to the latest industry standards and the best on-going professional development available to detailers in Australia.
Steel Detailing is the process of interpreting and translating documented design concepts and information into workshop detail drawings that a steel fabricator will use to manufacture the structural components of steel framed building or structure. Steel detailers also may be involved in site work, quality control, and project management.
The members of the Australian Institute of Steel Detailers are bound by a common commitment to promote our profession and facilitate its practice for the benefit of the steel construction industry based upon shared values of:
The Code of Ethics provides a statement of principles which has been adopted as the basis upon which members shall conduct their activities. It is also the framework from which rules of conduct may be developed. Members are required to support and apply the Tenet as part of their obligations of membership of the Institute.
A breach of any one Tenet of the Code of Ethics is regarded as unethical conduct.
A breach of the Code of Ethics occurs when a member acts contrary to the Code when judged in the particular circumstances of the matter at issue.
Loyalty to the employer or client also requires that strict confidentiality be applied with respect to information or property available to the member as a result of the service provided. Members should not reveal facts, data or information obtained without the prior consent of its owner.
Members should relate to an employer or client on an open and informed basis so as to establish a position of trust. Any circumstances, which may be regarded as detrimental to the maintenance of trust, should be avoided or disclosed.
Members should neither maliciously nor carelessly do anything to injure, directly or indirectly, the reputation, prospects, or business of others;
Code of Ethics applies to all members of the Institution.
Improper conduct includes, amongst other things, failure to observe one or more requirements of the Institute's Code of Ethics.
The following sanctions may be applied by the management committee of the day: admonition, reprimand, suspension from the membership, expulsion from membership.
Details of the decision and the reasons for it are sent to the member concerned.
Where breaches are proven, the decisions are normally published. Where appropriate, similar publicity will also be given to complaints which are dismissed.