Members of the National Association of Disc Jockeys (NADJ) share a common commitment, through this statement of ethical practices, to promote the highest possible standards of professional conduct.

All Members of the NADJ undertake the following:

  • To uphold the Aims and Objectives of the Association, as detailed in the Constitution.
  • To comply with all relevant laws, codes and regulations, and to protect the public against fraud and unfair trade practices.
  • To hold all licences that are legally required.
  • To provide a safe working environment and to maintain the highest reasonable level of safety for all products and services.
  • To present and supply products, services, or marketing honestly without misrepresentation, plagiarism or ‘passing off’ and to operate their business in a professional manner.
  • To ensure that all members, staff or employees conduct themselves in a proper manner, so as not to bring the Association into disrepute.
  • To provide proper, fair and reasonable service to customers.
  • To comply with all fair and reasonable contractual obligations.
  • To recognise and respect that other members will compete for business within lawful practice.
  • Members, where appropriate, will have public and/or employer’s liability insurance, or equivalent. Members are obliged to provide evidence of such insurance on request.
  • Members who operate as entertainment or employment agencies must advise customers whether or not a (sub-) contracted DJ is a member.
  • To support the development of the industry standards and safe practices.
  • To support the Association by taking an active role in NADJ activities and promoting the Association to the industry and general public.

Compliance to this code of conduct is a condition of membership and does not represent, or limit, the entire scope of good behaviour.