Another year of Building Safety Month has officially begun with the signing of a proclamation. Thank you to Governor Brian Kemp of the great State of Georgia for recognizing the importance of Building Safety by signing a proclamation promoting Building Safety Month.
Thank you to our President Josh Roth and other Board members for your continued dedication to this industry.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Officers and Board of Directors of BOAG consist of volunteers elected from the membership and serving in staggered terms on the Board. The Board of Directors governs affairs and is made up of representation from across the regional zones of the State of Georgia. The Board selects the Executive Secretary who carries out the direction of the Board.
The Executive Secretary is Misty Roth. She can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
CGIA – Coastal Georgia Inspectors Association
EGIA – East Georgia Inspectors Association
GSIA – Georgia State Inspectors Association
MGIA – Middle Georgia Inspectors Association
MAIA – Metro Atlanta Inspectors Association
MWGIA – Midwest Georgia Inspectors Association
NEGIA-Northeast Georgia Inspectors Association
NGCOA – North Georgia Code Officials Association
NWGIA-Northwest Georgia Inspectors Association
SWGIA – Southwest Georgia Inspectors Association
WGIA – West Georgia Inspectors Association
Code of Ethics
Building safety for the protection of life, health and property is the solemn responsibility of the highest order. Recognizing the public’s trust bestowed upon individuals engaged in the administration and inspection of construction safety codes, the membership of the Building Officials Association of Georgia commits to a standard of professional behavior that exemplifies the highest ideals and principles of ethical conduct. The governing concepts embodied in this philosophy are characterized herein below:
The BOAG member shall:
Place the public’s welfare above all other interests and recognize that his/her chief responsibility is the safety, health, and welfare of the general public.
Demonstrate integrity, honesty and fairness in all transactions and constantly strive for excellence.
Recognize the continuing need to support BOAG and acknowledge a professional obligation to contribute time and expertise to this endeavor.
Conscientiously avoid all circumstances that could compromise professional integrity.
Conduct him/her self in a spirit of fairness to all members of the Building Officials Association of Georgia and maintain loyalty to the purposes stated in Article I, Section 2, of the Bylaws.
Acknowledge and understand that failing to comply with this Code of Ethics may result in discipline and/or revocation of his/her membership in this organization.