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The General Pharmaceutical Council (Statutory Committees and their Advisers Rules) Order of Council 2010

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Standards and training for statutory committee members

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10.—(1) A member (“B”) of a statutory committee must—

(a)attend all meetings and hearings at which B’s presence is required unless there is a good reason for B not being able to do so;

(b)prepare for any meeting or hearing by reading any papers issued to the members of the statutory committee beforehand;

(c)if B is unable to attend a meeting or hearing at which B’s presence is required, take all reasonable steps to give advance warning of B’s absence to the secretary of the relevant statutory committee; and

(d)comply with the code of conduct for statutory committee members approved and published by the Council.

(2) Each member of a statutory committee must undertake periodic training provided or arranged by the Council (which may be training provided by another body), for the purpose of assisting the member to carry out their role as a member of the relevant statutory committee.

(3) Each member of a statutory committee (including chairs and deputy chairs) must have their performance appraised periodically in accordance with arrangements determined by the Appointments Committee.

(4) The appraisal referred to in paragraph (3) must include consideration of the member’s participation in training and attendance at meetings of the relevant statutory committee.

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