These Committees are key bodies concerned with policy, regulations and resources and are comprised solely of Council members to carry out detailed work outside the full meetings of Council.
The Audit Committee acts on behalf of Council in conjunction with the Finance and Resources Board and Auditors to ensure that the Royal Society of Chemistry has an adequate system of internal control and risk management in place to fulfil its statutory obligations.
The Disciplinary Committee investigates the conduct of any member of the Royal Society of Chemistry in accordance with the requirements of the By-laws and the Regulations made by the Council.
Our Nominations Committee advises on best use of the skills available within and where appropriate outside the membership, through appointments and elections to Council, Boards and its Committees.
The Performance Management and Remuneration Committee manages the appointment and termination of employment of our CEO. It sets objectives and reviews the performance of the CEO and provides them with general direction on people management issues.