Agrologists Manitoba expects registered members will practice ethically and competently. For example, an Agrologist should:
- Maintain required records
- Correct a situation that may endanger the safety or welfare of the public
- Maintain adequate skills and competencies
- Follow a client’s reasonable instructions
- Disclose a conflict of interest
- Be honest and courteous
- Not share confidential information without authorization
If you are concerned about the conduct or competency of a member, a formal complaints process is available. The complaints process of Agrologists Manitoba protects the public and governs its members. Any member of the public, employers, clients, or professionals can make a complaint about the conduct or competency of:
- A Manitoba Agrologist
- A former Manitoba Agrologist whose membership was valid within two years of the date of the complaint
Agrologists Manitoba takes all complaints seriously and will review each complaint to determine if an investigation is required. In some cases, a decision will be made not to investigate a complaint. A complaint may also be referred to another agency.
If an investigation begins, Agrologists Manitoba may contact the complainant for further information. Following an investigation, a complaint may result in remedial or disciplinary action, or may be dismissed.