Make a complaint against a Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry

Allegation submitted by:

Member about whom the allegation is made:

About the allegation

Please provide a concise statement of not more than 100 words

Code of Conduct

Read our Code of Conduct

Please give brief reference to the part(s) of the RSC Code of Conduct that is/are alleged to have been infringed

Charter and By-laws

Read our Charter and By-laws

Please indicate the relevant By-law(s) that is/are alleged to have been infringed (see Regulation 7) 7.1(a) 7.1(b) 7.1(c) 7.1(d) 7.1(e) 7.1(f)

The Disciplinary Regulations, giving the relevant By-law, and the Code of Conduct and Guidance on Professional Practice can be found online here.

  1. RSC Investigating Panels can only deal with voluntarily supplied documentary evidence
  2. An RSC investigation cannot take the place of an industrial tribunal or other legal process
  3. The Royal Society of Chemistry is not a statutory authority to whom the ‘whistle’ can be ‘blown’
  4. An RSC investigation is rarely a suitable way of dealing with breakdown in relationships in the workplace
  5. If no formal complaint or other response is received from the Complainant within 3 months the date of this pro forma being posted, the matter will be deemed to be an unsubstantiated allegation and the case will be closed.

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