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Module C – LegalC5. Speaking for theSociety
Standards and Certification Training
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C1. Conflict Of Interest/Code Of EthicsC2. AntitrustC3. TortsC4. Intellectual PropertyC5. SpeakingfortheSociety
MODULE C COURSE OUTLINE
REVISIONS
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At the end of this module, you will be able to:Explain ASME policies regarding speaking on behalf of theSocietyUnderstand the appropriate use of the Society Name, Acronym, Logo, Emblem orInitials
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
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DefinitionCommunications with individuals or organizations outside of ASMEExternal communication responsibilitiesASME staff: most external communicationsStandards users (e.g. inquirers)Other standards-writing bodiesRegulatory bodiesVolunteers: as defined in the ASME Policies
CSP-18EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS
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S&C Senior Vice President (Standards and Certification Council Chair)May speak on any S&C matterS&C Council and BoardOfficersMay speak on S&C matters within their area of responsibilityS&C Committee MembersAuthority to Express Views - A member of a committee may only speak to present or explain current, approved ASME statements or positions only ifauthorizedby theS&C Senior VP.
SPEAKING FOR THE SOCIETY
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“Members of the Society are encouraged to participate as individuals in public affairs activities and this policy is not intended to limit this participation. But members as individuals must distinguish their personal views on public issues from those which have received the full and explicit support of the Society.”
SOCIETY POLICY 15.1PUBLICAFFAIRS AND PUBLIC STATEMENTS
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Standards and Certification committee members must distinguish their personal views from the views of thesocietyAuthority to Reference ASMEAffiliation: If expressing personal views, a member may only mention their affiliation with ASME if they include a disclaimer that the views expressed are theirs alone, and are not necessarily the views of theSociety
EXPRESSING PERSONAL VIEWS
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ASME Logo, emblem or initials cannot be used on personal stationery or letterheads, business cards or otheridentificationChair, Vice Chairs and Members of Committees may use the appropriate title of office or membership only in connection with SocietyactivitiesSuch designation of office or membership may not be used for personal endorsement or identification of personal engagement in non-ASME-relatedactivities
SOCIETY POLICY 14.6DUSE OF SOCIETY NAME, ACRONYM, LOGO, EMBLEM or INITIALS
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ASME letterheadUsed for technical responses to regulatory proposals, position statements, administrative and personnel mattersUse is limited toS&C CouncilChair,S&C Board Chairs and ASME StaffCommittee correspondence letterheadFor all other S&C correspondenceSender acting as participant in an ASME board, committee or subcommitteeEmployer’s letterheadWhen acting as an employee (e.g., inquiry)
USING LETTERHEAD
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In accordance with the guidelines in the previous slide, when sending email correspondence on behalf of ASME or the S&C Committee, the email should so indicate
USING EMAIL
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ASME business cards are provided toStaffIndividuals under contract with ASME, via agreed terms and conditionsASME business cardsmaybe provided toS&C Senior Vice President or Board ChairUse limited to events where participation is requested by ASME staffAll other Volunteers should not have any reference to their ASME committee affiliation on their businesscards
BUSINESS CARDS
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Only the S&C Senior Vice President (Standards and Certification Council Chair), S&C Board Chairs, Staff and members who have been granted “Authority to Express Views” may speak or send correspondence on behalf of theSocietyCommittee members may express their own personal views and may mention their affiliation with ASME if they include a disclaimer that the views expressed are theirs alone, and are not the views of theSocietyThe Society Name, Acronym, Logo, Emblem, Initials and committee affiliations cannot be used on personal stationery, letterheads, business cards or otheridentification
MODULE SUMMARY
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Codes and Standards PolicyCSP-18 Speaking for theSocietyhttps://cstools.asme.org/csconnect/FileUpload.cfm?View=yes&ID=7614Society PoliciesP-14.6 Society Name, Seal, Logo, Emblem, Initials,Titles, Identification and CertificatesP-15.1 Public Affairs & PublicStatementshttp://www.asme.org/about-asme/governance/asme-society-policies
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