SSOT Committee Roles
To review and investigate a written complaint expressing concern about an SSOT member’s occupational therapy practice in Saskatchewan.
To hear complaints forwarded to it by the Professional Conduct Committee and to determine whether or not the SSOT member is guilty of professional misconduct or professional incompetence – Section 28.3 (OT Act, 1997).
Legislative and Bylaws Committee
To review the Act, bylaws, policies and procedures of the Society, and make recommendations to Council to keep these materials current, consistent and appropriate.
To advise Council on matters related to the standards, guidelines, ethics, competencies and continuing education required for Occupational Therapists in order to ensure the provision of safe, ethical and effective occupational therapy service to the Saskatchewan public.
To advise and support the SSOT Registrar when making recommendations to Council regarding membership and licensing.
To support the Treasurer when making recommendations to Council with respect to efficient, responsible use and investment of Society monies.
Continuing Professional Education Committee
To facilitate access to continuing professional education for SSOT members.
Public Relations Committee
To develop and implement communication strategies to facilitate communications within the membership and to ensure the public is aware of occupational therapy services and ways of accessing these services.
Human Resources Committee
To provide advice to the President, Executive Director and/or Council on human resource policies and staffing issues.
To ensure that qualified candidates are encouraged to stand for election to SSOT Council, for appointments as SSOT representatives, or to SSOT Committees. To oversee the democratic election of SSOT Council members.
Annual Conference Committee
To plan the annual conference held in conjunction with the SSOT Annual General Meeting.