Code of Ethics

The Technicians, Personnel, Associates and Field Representatives of ATG are united and bound by this Code of Ethics:

We recognize and accept responsibility to those who depend upon the reliable, safe and economical provision of aircraft services, from the traveling public through cargo, courier, utility, fire suppression, agricultural and pleasure aviation to effective emergency, law enforcement and military service upon which the general public relies.

We will ensure that public confidence in our professional skill and integrity is justified by the highest principles of ethical and professional conduct. We recognize and accept that the safety and lives of others are dependent upon our skills and judgments and we will never knowingly subject others to risks that we would not subject our own loved ones or ourselves to.

We will never undertake work or approve work that we believe to be beyond the limits of our knowledge, skills and abilities. We will not approve aircraft or equipment as airworthy unless fully confident that it is the case.

ATG Technicians will perform faithfully, industriously, and to the best of their ability and experience, all of the duties that may be required by trade guidelines to the satisfaction of our customers.

ATG Technicians and Associates will readily adopt a mentoring relationship with regular employees of our customers who seek such support. They will demonstrate shop floor leadership and provide Technical guidance without interfering in the customers’ internal Technician hierarchy. They will readily accept the role of “Go To” Technicians.

All ATG personnel will strive to provide customers with improved efficiencies and reduced or eliminated rework in customers’ facilities.

ATG Technicians will set a good example to our customers’ regular employees, demonstrating non-divisive leadership, positive attitude, excellence in quality of work and adherence to such customer standard procedures and policies as do not conflict with our own Code of Ethics.