Audit and Risk Management Committee
The Audit and Risk Management Committee is an advisory committee, formed to assisted the elected Council fulfill its oversight responsibilities.
FUNCTIONS AND CHARTER
The Audit and Risk Management Charter outlines the functions of the Audit and Risk Management Committee. Download a copy of the Charter; Audit and Risk Management Charter (PDF 429.6KB).
The Committee is mandated by section 428A:
- A council must appoint an Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee.
- The Committee must keep under review the following aspects of the council’s operations:
(b) risk management,
(c) fraud control,
(d) financial management,
(f) implementation of the strategic plan, delivery program and strategies,
(g) service reviews,
(h) collection of performance measurement data by the council,
(i) any other matters prescribed by the regulations.
Last Edited: 10 Aug 2022