Corporate Governance

The Board of Management (the Board) of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute Inc. (RACI) is responsible to ensure the RACI has an appropriate corporate governance structure to optimise the realisation of the stated purposes of the RACI (as defined in the Constitution of the RACI) and the creation and protection of membership value. This requires appropriate accountability and control systems are in place.

The RACI is publicly disclosing its corporate governance tools as a commitment to corporate governance.

The Board maintains and ensures that the RACI’s management maintains the highest level of ethics and code of conduct. As such, the various charters, policies and codes located under this Corporate Governance section will be reviewed, and where necessary, updated, on a regular basis.

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Corporate Governance

The Board of Management (the Board) of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute Inc. (RACI) is responsible to ensure the RACI has an appropriate corporate governance structure to optimise the realisation of the stated purposes of the RACI (as defined in the Constitution of the RACI) and the creation and protection of membership value.