IAWF Principles of Conduct
Embracing Diversity and Inclusion: Being a diverse and inclusive organization will enable the International Association of Wildland Fire to learn from others, grow our understanding, and find new ways to address, understand and implement solutions to complex problems. The IAWF desires to maintain a positive, empowering, inclusive and innovative culture that enables all members of the fire community to feel safe and valued when contributing to the IAWF. We want to operate in a flexible and open manner to meet our membership’s needs and to help members achieve their fullest potential.
Principles of Conduct – Living Our Values – Leading by Example
If You Witness or are Subjected to Unacceptable Behavior
Any IAWF officer, Board Member, Diversity and Inclusivity Committee member, or any IAWF individual wearing a Planning Committee nametag, a session moderator, or anyone staffing the registration or IAWF tables are designated IAWF representatives and you can talk to them.
Someone will nearly always be at the at the Conference registration desk and you can report to them and they will contact an IAWF designated representative.Anonymous reporting:
Use the Spot application.
Connection links and scan codes are provided in mobile app and on posters around the facility.
The link to report for an IAWF event or IAWF involvement from your computer or phone is:
TALK TO SPOT