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The complaints committee is composed of three members; two being registered PANB members in good standing and one non-member of the association to represent the public. Terms on the committee last three years and members need two have 2 years work experience in their respective field and will have 2 references that can attest to fair and just conduct and respect for confidentiality. 

The complaints committee is responsible for conducting all investigations into complaints received by the Registrar/Executive Director if the complaint alleges that a member has been guilty of: 

- profesional conduct 
- conduct unbecoming a member including any conduct that might adversely affect the standing of good name of the profession of the Association 
- incompetence 
- conduct demonstrating that the member is unfit or incapableto practise as a paramedic 
- any conduct in breach of the provisions of the Act, by-laws or rules 
- dishonesty 
- any habit rendering the member unfit or incapable of carrying of the practice of a paramedic 
- in suffering from any ailment or condition rendering the member unfit or incapable of carrying on the practice of a paramedic 

The process of how a complaint is dealt with and processed will be described in "how to make/file a complaint?" and "What will happen to a complaint once it is filed?" Please stay tuned for this information to pop up on the Professional Practice Tab.

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