The NOHSE guidelines for human services provide detailed guidelines for the actions and services of humans at various capacities. There, however, are some guidelines that are problematic and that can be interpreted against human ethics and values, so that they seem contradicting to these values. This guideline is confusing and problematic in the area of human services because of the high level of subjectivity involved. In the event that the potential harm is not outlined by the state and or federal governments, any other interpretations is liable for subjectivity depending on the personal inclination of the persons. Because of the diversity of clients in their background social lives, what may seem as harmful for the handling services may be safe and normal to the client, thus creating conflict of interest. The second problematic guideline is the requirement that human service professionals represent their qualifications to the public in an accurate manner. The level of accuracy is not defined in this case and as such, what may be accurate to one individual may not be perceived to be accurate to another individual. This, therefore, serves to build a case for conflict and possible confusion.