The Ethics Panel carries responsibility for administering ACAT's Concerns and Complaints Procedure, conducting investigations and maintaining and reporting upon ethical standards in the practice of CAT.
It is composed of experienced accredited ACAT members and Lay Members. The Chair of the Panel is a Lay Member.
The Role of the Chair of the Ethics Panel is defined as such:
In consultation with the Chair of ACAT and with the help of ACAT administration, to administer and co-ordinate the ACAT Code of Ethics and the Concerns and Complaints Procedure including:
Agreed and Adopted by the ACAT Ethics Panel: October 2013
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