Code of Conduct

 

PHASA Code of Conduct

PHASA Code of Conduct:

Each member of PHASA shall commit themselves, upon acceptance of membership, to this Code of Conduct whereby they:

  • Shall promote and observe the Aims and Objectives of PHASA, the provisions of the PHASA Constitution and its By-laws;
  • Shall obey the laws of any country in which they operate at any time in professional hunting or related activities;
  • Shall conduct themselves in a manner which will reflect honesty and integrity;
  • Shall respect the natural resources of the country in which they hunt;
  • Shall respect the rights and interests of property owners and local communities;
  • Shall not misrepresent themselves to clients or mislead clients in any way;Shall take every reasonable step to ensure that their clients receive the services contracted for, and to pursue their safety, comfort and satisfaction;
  • No member shall convey any statement about/regarding PHASA, to any person or media, in any form or method that is misleading or false.
  • Every Full-Member who is registered in terms of the Firearms Control Act, 2000 (Act No. 60 of 2000) Sec 16(a), shall submit to the PHASA Office, proof of their current and valid Professional Hunter Permit, no later than 31 December, of every calender year.
  • Every full member who receives the designation of “professional  hunter” from the professional body shall submit to the PHASA Office, proof of their current and valid professional hunter permit, no later than 31 December, of every calender year.

It is important to make sure that the professional hunter/hunting outfitter you are signing up with is a member of PHASA. In the event difficulties occur, there is very little assistance PHASA can provide if the professional hunter/hunting outfitter is not a PHASA member.