1.extreme temperature: heat,cold
2.gases: humid or dry air,suspended particles
4.living organisms: viruses, bacteria, people, animals, insects
5.projectiles: tangible objects in motion, powered objects
6.movement: collapse, shearing, shaking, vibration, separation, etc
7.energy anomalies: electrical surge or failure, static electricity
Non discriminatory - Members shall treat people with dignity, good faith and equity; without discrimination; and have consideration for the values and cultural sensitivities of all groups within the community affected by their work;
Zeal - members shall act in the execution of their profession with integrity, dignity, and honour to merit the trust of the community and the profession, and apply honesty, skill, judgement and initiative to contribute positively to the well being of society
Community - members responsibility for the welfare and rights of the community shall come before their responsibility to their profession, sectional or private interests or to other members
Skills - Members shall apply their skills and knowledge in the interests of their clients or employers for whom they will act without compromising any other of these Tenets.
Continuous Development - members shall develop their knowledge, skills and expertise continuously through their careers, contribute to the collective wisdom of the profession, and actively encourage their associates to do likewise
Outcomes and consequences - members shall take reasonable steps to inform themselves, their clients or employers of the economic, social, environmental, or legal consequences which may arise from their actions
Potential or Real Conflicts of Interest - Members shall inform their clients or employers of any interest which may be, or may be perceived as being, in conflict with the interest of their clients or employers, or which may affect the quality of service or impartial judgement
Competence - members shall follow recognised professional practice, and provide services and advice carefully and diligently only within their areas of competence.