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Promoting the highest degree of professional conduct and standards

Our Purpose as a Committee

  1. Address problems of a professional or ethical nature involving Association members.

  2. Resolve cases of misconduct by any Association member that affect the safety of any Association member or our craft.

  3. Resolve conflicts between locals within the Association, with a member of another employee group with a Professional Standards Program, or with another Association member that might affect the safety and standards of our Association and craft.

  4. Resolve conflicts arising out of conduct perceived as reflecting unfavorably upon our profession.

  5. Promote the highest standards of professional conduct through regular communication within the Association

Do you have a concern that needs the attention of Professional Standards? Please contact:

Kevin Kruse 
Pro-Standards Chairman 
Seattle Hangar OJTI
Marty Hitt
Pro-Standards Co-Chair
Seattle EBU OJTI

Email: kevkruser@gmail.com 
Cell: 253-209-5317
Office: 206-392-9954

Email: Burdel777@gmail.com
Cell: 253-307-8165

Pro-Standards Representatives


Upcoming Station Visits

  • Your Pro-Standards Committee is working to plan station visits for 2024. Scheduled station visits will be posted here. 


Confidentiality is integral to the Professional Standards process. For the Professional Standards Committee to function properly it must be able to maintain strict confidentiality. When the Professional Standards Committee is contacted for assistance, the procedure calls for it to “go confidential” assuring the individual that anything said will be held in the strictest confidence. We should keep in mind that the individual(s) shall adhere to this confidentiality as well. Once the Committee and the individual(s) filing the complaint agree to this process, then the need to know rule must apply. This means the case must not be discussed with anyone unless they have a need to know of the situation.

The Professional Standards Committee will keep the names of the individual(s) reporting possible cases to the Professional Standards Committee confidential if the reporter requests anonymity. However, it must be recognized that the circumstances of some cases may make anonymity difficult. The Professional Standards Committee may provide the submitter with acknowledgment that the case is being handled according to NEC (National Executive Council) policy. However, no other details or actions should normally be revealed except in cases where it is necessary to bring the reporter and the other party together for resolution.

Considering the circumstances of the case, confidentiality for the Association member referred to the Professional Standards Committee will also be honored to the maximum extent possible. Only those Committee members needed to resolve the case will be privy to the names and details. “Need to know” will be the test when deciding who to consult.

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