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EHA : Yearkbook 2009
EHA YEARBOOK 2009 Environmental Health Australia Audit Committee The Audit Committee is an Advisory Committee of the Board of Directors that assists the Directors and EHA Management in fulfilling their responsibilities in relation to accounting and reporting practices, management of risk, maintenance of internal controls, operation of good governance practices and facilitation of sound organisational ethics. The Committee does not have a ny management functions or independent authority. The committee operates independently of management and is therefore objective in relation to EHA operations. The committee provides recommendations to the Board and/or the Chief Executive Officer as necessary. During the reporting period the audit committee continued its review of the business risk management framework in place across EHA, including, but not limited to: n management of operational events that could prevent the business from achieving its objectives or realising opportunities. n compliance with legal and regulatory obligations. n accuracy of financial records and reporting. The audit committee is satisfied that EHA is effectively monitoring and acting upon its business risks (including compliance and internal controls) to ensure: n the effective and efficient operation of all significant business processes n current and emerging key risks are identified and effectively managed; and n identified breaches of legal compliance and internal control matters are being reported and acted upon (through the company secretary and ultimately to the audit committee). The audit committee is satisfied with the management of key operational risks facing the business, including the effectiveness of internal controls. The audit committee will continue to review and monitor the implementation of key recommendations and management action plans. Stephen Davidson FEHA AUDIT COMMITTEE CHAIR Corporate Reports
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