Download a copy of the SETAC Problem Resolution SOP.
The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) is committed to high standards of personal and professional ethical conduct. In line with this commitment, SETAC is committed to promoting a culture that encourages civil discourse and takes grievances or complaints seriously and values their effective resolution.
Members can raise a concern or file a complaint by completing the SETAC Violation Reporting Form and by following the process described in the SETAC Problem Resolution Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and in the SETAC Whistleblower Policy.
Concerns addressed through the problem resolution SOP include those related to activities (including those in our program, at our events, or in our services or those involving our members) that are not in line with SETAC policies, including the SETAC Code of Ethics, the SETAC Code of Conduct, SETAC Principles and Values as well as violations of policies and agreements such as the Conflict of Interest Policy and Confidentiality Agreement.