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Institution news

ICE member Alan Dorman has been suspended for one year for breach of bylaw 35 and Rules One and Two of the Institution's rules for professional conduct.

On 22 April the disciplinary board of the Institution found that Dorman had breached bylaw 35, which requires that 'all members order their conduct so as to uphold the dignity, standing and reputation of the Institution.'

Dorman was found to have breached Rules One and Two, which state that 'a member shall discharge professional responsibilities with integrity and shall not undertake work in areas in which the member is not competent to practice, ' and that 'a member shall uphold the dignity, respect and trustworthiness of the profession at all times'.

Under the powers conferred on it by by-law 38, the board ordered that Dorman should be suspended from the roll of membership for one year.

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