About

SURVEYOR CREDENTIALS:

About the Surveyor Credentials include, George Malhiot, SA is a Member of the Society of Accredited Marine Surveyor (SAMS), An ABYC Certified Technician in Marine Systems, Certified ABA/Paralegal, Member of the U.S.S. A, Certified Master Marine Surveyor Member #12415M, #ABYC Member #37537680, Member of the US Coast Guard Aux, Member of the National Fire Protection Association and the National Safe Boating Council.

For 19 years, I have been involved in all facets of the ocean / marine industry. I have worked as a marine mechanic Gas and Diesel Motors. I have worked on inboard, inboard outboard and outboard motors providing mechanical service regarding repair, safety and all issues relating to boating, including corrosion analysis and diagnosis.

These are the area that we strive for in Surveying your Vessel:

1. STRIVE TO ENHANCE THE PROFESSION OF MARINE SURVEYING

The surveyor will:

  1. Be competent, prompt, diligent and demonstrate respect for the survey profession. (Competence requires knowledge, skill, thoughtfulness, and preparation reasonably necessary for the assignment).
  2. Enjoy a favorable reputation within the local business community.
  3. Cooperate in developing the marine surveying profession by:
  1. Contributing one’s skill and knowledge to further the profession’s commitment to serving the public.
  2. Exchanging general information with peers and associates.
  3. Contributing to the work of technical societies, regulatory agencies, and specialized professional education.

2. MAINTAIN AND ENHANCE THEIR PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE & EXPERTISE

The surveyor will participate in continuing education as required by the industry

3. CONDUCT THEIR BUSINESS IN A PROFESSIONAL MANNER

The surveyor will:

  1. Accept only assignments that can be completed with professional competence.
  2. Advertise only in a dignified manner, we are careful to avoid misleading statements.
  3. Respect the confidential nature of marine surveying.

4. MAINTAIN INDEPENDENCE, INTEGRITY & OBJECTIVITY

The surveyor will:

  1. When representing the client: endeavor to present facts and opinions without prejudice.
  2. Refrain from suppressing, over-emphasizing or manipulating facts.
  3. Set fees based on work performed for a client and avoid any form of compensation that could be perceived as corrupting judgment.

5. AVOID PREJUDICE AND CONFLICT OF INTEREST

The surveyor will:

  1. Avoid assignments that would create a conflict of interest.
  2. Inform the client of any business connection, interest or affiliation that might influence judgment or impair the disinterested nature of a survey.
  3. Accept compensation from more than one source only with the full knowledge of the interested parties.
  4. Not make false, misleading, deceptive or unfair statements concerning member surveyors or the surveyors services, qualifications or integrity.

Thank You,
George Malhiot, SA,MS

A Proud Member of SAMS and an ABYC Certified Technician in Marine Systems

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