New OCIMF committee structure
OCIMF will be implementing a new committee structure in the Autumn of 2020.
The implementation of OCIMF’s new organisational structure will provide a streamlined and more reliable operational model that enables OCIMF and its members to collaborate more efficiently and respond with greater agility to changes occurring across the marine industry.
For all OCIMF members, the restructuring will result in a wider range of opportunities to engage and participate in the development of programmes, publications, advocacy and membership collaboration in a way that suits individual company needs, resources and availability.
Webinar: Introducing OCIMF's New Committee Structure
Document - Restructuring OCIMF Committees
Please read this comprehensive overview of how OCIMF is intending to restructure its committees and associated decision-making processes and ways of working.
This document includes:
- Why OCIMF is making the change.
- What the new structure will look like and what it will achieve.
- Roles and operations of the new Committees and Expert Groups.
- What it means for members and how members can contribute and get involved.
- Detail on individual Committees and Expert Groups.
Document - New OCIMF Committee Structure - Terms of Reference
This document outlines the purpose, accountabilities, responsibilities, and membership criteria under the new committee structure.