The Governance Committee assesses and recommends processes, principles and policies necessary for the effective functioning of the Board of Directors and its associated committees or task forces.
The Executive Committee acts on behalf of the BoD on operational and urgent matters that require action in between Board meetings. This committee includes the President, Vice-President, Secretary/Treasurer, and Executive Director (ex officio).
There are four Appointed Directors to include representation from the industry, a local government, the Ministry of Environment and a lay representative for the environment.
PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT (PA) COMMITTEE
The PA Committee ensures fair and equitable functioning of the performance assessment process by developing, implementing, and assessing effective performance assessment principles and policies.
The Discipline Committee oversees the discipline process and develops, implements, and assesses effective discipline principles and policies.
The Membership Committee oversees the membership credentialing process as well as any tasks associated with maintaining the roster of Approved Professionals.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (PD) SUB-COMMITTEE
The PD Sub-Committee is responsible for developing and promoting opportunities that enhance professional practice of the Society’s members in the recognition, investigation and remediation of contaminated sites.
TECHNICAL REVIEW COMMITTEE
The Technical Review Committee oversees the CSAP technical review process, makes recommendations to the BoD, and undertakes special research and investigative projects when further technical clarification is needed.
The Audit Committee supports the BoD in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities for the monitoring of the Society’s accounting, financial reporting, internal control processes and related policies and procedures by overseeing an external audit process.