The Saskatchewan Chapter of IFMA supports the facility management profession  through educational and networking opportunities.

What is IFMA?

IFMA is the world’s largest and most widely recognized international association for professional facility managers, supporting more than 19,000 members in 78 countries. The association’s members, represented in 123 chapters and 16 councils worldwide, manage more than 37 billion square feet of property and annually purchase more than US$100 billion in products and services. Formed in 1980, IFMA certifies facility managers, conducts research, provides educational programs, recognizes facility management certificate programs and produces World Workplace, the world’s largest facility management conference and exposition.

IFMA Code Of Ethics:

  1. IFMA members shall treat each other with respect when dealing with matters which could affect their professional reputations. All members shall recognize that the profession will be judged by the conduct of individual members.
  2. IFMA members shall maintain the highest professional standards and ethical behavior in their Associations relationships. This includes but is not limited to the use of mail lists, membership information and membership resources, or any calls, contacts or working relationships outside of IFMA.
  3. IFMA members shall use IFMA memberships as a means of professional development for themselves and not personal aggrandizement.
  4. IFMA members shall be responsible for providing educational and professional development information to the membership.
  5. IFMA members shall not buy or sell products or services at IFMA functions, except at trade shows or displays established for that purpose.
  6. IFMA member shall not discriminate because of race, sex, creed, age, disability, or nation origin as it relates to their Association relationships.
  7. IFMA members shall abide by the Constitution and By-laws of the Association and shall support the objectives of its strategic plan and the interests of the Association stake holders (members’ business entity and leadership, government regulatory agencies and IFMA staff).
  8. IFMA members are responsible to report the actions of individuals or companies, which are considered contrary to the Code of Ethics, to IFMA. These actions may include but are not limited to cases of professional malfeasance, discrimination or incompetence.
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