Chapter 1 General
The name of this association is the Association of Taiwan Infection Control (hereinafter referred to as the Association). The English name is Infection Control Society of Taiwan. English abbreviation ICST.
The Association aims to develop the infection control profession, strengthen the promotion of infection control and academic research, and improve the concept of infection prevention and treatment in medical institutions and promote national health.
The association organizes regions with national administrative regions.
The place is located in the area where the competent authority is located, and reported to the branch office for approval. The organizational structure of the preceding branch is prepared by the board of directors and submitted to the competent authority for approval. The address of the meeting place and the branch office shall be reported to the competent authority for verification during the setting and change.
The tasks of this association are as follows:
1. Introduce medical knowledge about infection control and hold regular seminars on infection control.
2. promote the research and development of infection control academics to enhance the professionalism of members.
3. the issuance of infection control publications.
4. promote academic exchanges and cooperation among members.
5. Strengthen exchanges and cooperation with other relevant academic groups at home and abroad.
6. Exploring the improvement opinions of the infection control business for the reference of the health administrative authorities.
7. Cooperate with government policies to expand the infection control business and improve national health.
8. Other matters related to infection prevention and treatment.
Chapter 2 Member
Membership qualifications are as follows:
First, the basic members:
(1) Personnel engaged in infection control work in various medical institutions.
(2) Relevant practitioners who are interested in infection control.
Second, sponsoring members:
Any sponsor who provides this Council may be approved by the Board of Directors and appointed as a sponsoring member.
Members (member representatives) have the right to vote, to vote, to be elected and to remove, and each member (member representative) is a right. However, sponsoring members have no prior rights.
Members are obliged to abide by the rules, resolutions and payment of membership fees. If the member fails to pay the dues within the time limit and pays the notice without any justifiable reasons, the notice will be stopped. If the member has not paid the membership for three consecutive years, it will be deemed to be automatically withdrawn.
Members (members' representatives) who violate the laws, regulations, or non-compliance with the resolutions of the General Assembly may be warned or suspended by the Board of Directors. Those who endanger the group's circumstances may be removed by the resolution of the General Assembly.
If a member loses his membership or is removed by a resolution of the General Assembly, he or she will be elected.
Members can express their reasons in writing to withdraw from the meeting.
This Council is the highest authority with the General Assembly. When the number of members exceeds 300, the representative of the elected members shall be divided according to the proportion, and then the member representative assembly shall be held to exercise the powers of the general assembly. The member representatives shall serve for a term of three years, and the election method for the number of member representatives shall be formulated by the board of directors and reported to the competent authority for verification.
The functions of the members (members) of the Association are as follows:
1. Establish and change the charter.
2. Election or removal of directors and supervisors.
3. The amount and method of the resolution of the membership fee, annual fee, business expenses and membership contributions.
4. resolve the annual work plan, report and budget, final accounts.
5. The resolution of the member's delisting.
6. Resolving the points of property.
7. Resolve the dissolution of this association.
8. Resolving other major matters related to the rights and obligations of the members.
The scope of the major issues in the eighth paragraph of the preceding paragraph shall be determined by the Council.
The board of directors of the Association has 21 directors and 7 supervisors. The members (member representatives) elect to set up the board of directors and the board of supervisors. The number of candidates for election and the number of candidates for election shall not exceed half of the number of elected candidates. When electing the former directors and supervisors, at the same time, seven alternate candidates and two alternate supervisors shall be selected according to the counting of votes. When the directors and supervisors are vacant, they shall be replenished in order. The current council may propose a list of candidates for the next directors and supervisors. Directors and supervisors may use communications elections. However, it may not be processed continuously. The election election method shall be approved by the Board of Directors after it has been submitted to the competent authority for verification.
The terms of reference of the Council are as follows:
1. Qualification of the member (member representative).
2. Election and removal of standing directors and directors.
Third, resolve the resignation of the director, the standing director and the director.
Fourth, hire and hire staff.
V. Formulate annual work plans, reports, budgets, and final accounts.
6. Other matters that should be implemented.
The board of directors has seven executive directors, which are elected by the board of directors, and the board of directors elects one person as the chairman of the board of directors. The chairman of the board of directors supervised the meeting and represented the local committee and served as the chairman of the general meeting and the board of directors. When the chairman is unable to perform his duties due to the matter, he shall designate the standing director to act as an agent. If the director is not appointed or cannot be appointed, the standing director shall push one agent for each other. When the chairman and executive director are vacant, they should be re-elected within one month.
The powers of the board of supervisors are as follows:
1. Monitoring the implementation of the Council.
2. review the annual final accounts.
3. Election and removal of standing supervisors.
4. Resignation of supervisors and standing supervisors.
5. Other matters to be monitored.
The Supervisory Committee has one standing supervisor, who is elected by the supervisors, monitors daily meetings, and serves as the chairman of the board of supervisors. When the standing supervisor cannot perform his duties due to the matter, he shall designate one supervisor to act as an agent. If the supervisor is not designated or cannot be appointed, the supervisor shall push one agent for each other.
Directors and supervisors are unemployed for a term of three years and may be re-elected, but no more than two-thirds of those who are re-elected. The re-election of the chairman is limited to one time.
If a director or supervisor has one of the following circumstances, he shall immediately retire:
1. Those who have lost membership (membership) qualifications.
2. Those who resign due to the resolution of the board of directors or the board of supervisors.
3. those who have been removed or revoked.
4. Those who have been suspended for one-half of the term of service.
The Association has one secretary-general and three deputy secretaries-generals. The director of the board of directors handles the affairs of the council. Several other staff members are nominated by the chairman of the board of directors and approved by the board of directors, and reported to the competent authorities for reference. However, the dismissal of the Secretary-General and the Deputy Secretary-General shall be reported to the competent authority for verification. The staff of the preceding paragraph shall not be employed by the elected staff. Staff responsibility and tiered responsibility matters are determined by the Board of Directors.
This committee may have various committees, groups or other internal working organizations, and its organizational rules shall be formulated by the board of directors, and the same shall be changed.
This Council may be appointed by the Board of Directors (3 persons) and consultants (10 persons). The term of appointment shall be the same as that of the directors and supervisors.
Chapter 3 Meeting
The General Assembly shall be divided into two types, regular meetings and ad hoc meetings, which shall be convened by the chairman of the board of directors. In addition to the temporary meeting of the emergency, the meeting shall be notified in writing before the fifteenth day. Regular meetings are held once a year, and the ad hoc meetings are held when the Board considers it necessary, or upon request by more than one-fifth of the members (members), or when the Board of Supervisors calls for convening. After the registration of the legal person, the temporary meeting shall be convened by more than one tenth of the members (member representatives).
Members (member representatives) may not entrust other members (member representatives) in writing when they attend the general meeting in person, and each member (member representative) is limited to one agent.
The resolutions of the General Assembly shall be attended by more than half of the members (members' representatives) and attend the consent of a larger number of participants. However, the establishment and change of the articles of association, the delisting of members (member representatives), the removal of directors and supervisors, the division of property, the dissolution of the Association and other major matters related to the rights and obligations of members shall be more than three-quarters of the attendance. It is agreed that after the registration of the legal person, the change of the articles of association shall be agreed by more than three-quarters of the attendance or more than two-thirds of the written consent of all members. The dissolution of this association may be dissolved by more than two-thirds of all members at any time.
The board of directors and the board of supervisors meet once every three months, and if necessary, they may hold a joint meeting or an ad hoc meeting. In addition to the ad hoc meeting, the meeting of the preceding paragraph shall be notified in writing before the seventh day. The resolutions of the meeting shall be attended by more than half of the directors and supervisors, and the majority of the attendees shall agree.
The board of directors shall attend the board meeting, and the supervisors shall attend the board of supervisors meeting and shall not be entrusted to attend the meeting; the directors and supervisors shall be absent from the board of directors and the board of supervisors for two consecutive unreasonable reasons.
Chapter 4 Funding and Accounting
The sources of funding for this Council are as follows:
1. Admission fee: Individual member NT$1, which is paid when the member joins the club.
2.annual membership fee: individual member NT$1.
5. Entrusted income.
6. The fund and its asphyxiation.
7. Other income.
Rule 1: The annual fee for the new member annual meeting is subject to December 1, that is, the new member who joins before December 1 must pay the annual fee for the next year.
The fiscal year of the Association is based on the calendar year, from January 1 to December 31 of each year.
Each year, the Council prepares the annual work plan, income and expenditure budget table, and employee treatment form in the first two months before the start of the year of the meeting. It is approved by the general meeting. (If the member meeting fails to meet as scheduled, the supervisory board meeting will be raised first. Passed) to the competent authority for verification before the beginning of the fiscal year. And within two months after the end of the fiscal year, the board of directors prepares the annual work report, the income and expenditure statement, the cashier's statement, the balance sheet, the property catalogue and the fund's income and expenditure statement. After being sent to the board of supervisors for review, the inspection opinion is returned to the board of directors. The meeting will be approved by the General Assembly and submitted to the competent authority for verification before the end of March (if the General Assembly fails to meet as scheduled, it will be reported to the competent authority first).
After the dissolution of the Association, the remaining property belongs to the local self-governing body at the place where it is located or to the organization designated by the competent authority.
Chapter 5 Supplementary Provisions
Matters not specified in the Articles of Association shall be handled in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations.
The articles of association are approved by the member (member representative) meeting and submitted to the competent authority for verification and implementation. The changes are also the same.