EMHC sets out to achieve high standards of governance, accountability and probity, and as such we maintain rigorous internal control systems.
We are run by a Board of Directors, which meets at least 8 times per year. All our Board members are committed to the communities Tuntum serves, and they have a wide range of skills, knowledge and experience to draw on. They attend regular training to broaden their knowledge and ensure they stay up to date with current regulations.
The Board is responsible for:
- Setting the strategic direction of the organisation
- Establishing financial plans and monitoring financial health
- Managing and monitoring risk
- Taking an overview of performance
From September 2017, there will be a new committee structure supporting the Board: an Audit & Risk Committee, an Operations Committee, and a Governance and Remuneration Committee.
You can read more about roles and responsibilities of the Board and Committees below.