After you have written a draft of your code, you may want to consider 20 questions to ask about your code of conduct from the July/August 2003 issue of Ethikos.
If you are responsible for creating a code of conduct for your organisation, you can start with the toolkit from the Ethics Resource Centre.
The Institute of Business Ethics website has a section devoted to codes of conduct, including how to develop and implement one. It also contains links to more than 40 examples of codes.
New: Internal auditors may want to download an Internal Audit Guide: Evaluating a Compliance and Ethics Program from the Open Compliance and Ethics Group (OCEG) in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.