|CHC Terms of Reference|
AuthorityThe Canadian Hydronics Council (CHC) derives its authority from and is directly responsible to the CIPH Board of Directors. On March 22, 2006 the CIPH Board voted in favour of CHC voting on Hydronics Installer membership applications.
MissionTo promote responsible growth and prosperity of the Members and their customers in the Hydronic Heating Industry.
CompositionThe Canadian Hydronics Council (CHC) shall be comprised of no less than eight and no more than 26 members. The composition of the CHC will be drawn from the various CIPH Regions’ members, and CHC’s hydronic installer members. To ensure national representation on issues, where possible, up to two regional votes are designated at the beginning of each meeting. Vacancies on the council will be filled by the Council. No more than one company representative may serve from a given Region at any one time, but additional representatives may serve on the various subcommittees. A corresponding Hydronics Chairman for each CIPH Region should be appointed by each Regional Board.
OperationThe Council shall meet a minimum of four (4) times annually, by teleconference and in-person. There shall be a minimum of two (2) in-person meetings with the locations rotating throughout the various participant regions. Each Council member must attend a minimum of three (3) meetings, one of, which must be in-person, in order to maintain the position on the Council. Quorum shall consist of a simple majority of Council members. There shall be a Chairman, Vice Chairman and Immediate Past Chair/Treasurer; their normal term of office will be two years.
FinancesThe Council shall prepare an annual budget for submission to the CIPH Board of Directors for approval. Prior to the end of every December the Region Hydronics Committees will formulate their next fiscal (May 1-April 30) year’s budget and plan. The plan will outline their activities for promoting hydronics and the requirement for schools. Surplus from the Region programs remain with the Region for the continued promotion of hydronics. All expenditures over $100 require a purchase order signed by the President & General Manager or Manager of Operations.
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