Committees meet three times per year.
The next Joint Committee meeting is Wednesday, September 8, 2016, at the New Orleans Marriott in New Orleans, Louisiana. More info to follow. Please mark your calendars now!
The Allied Trades Advisory Committee represents the interests of IAOM associate members to the board of directors.
The primary purpose of the Education Committee is to provide educational materials through the process of writing and updating the correspondence course, technical handbooks, coordinating short courses and developing training seminars. Also maintain open lines of communication with other committees: Technical, Food Protection, Personnel Issues, and other educational organizations; to identify common concerns and to work towards solutions.
The Employee Relations Committee’s purpose is to compile and review pertinent information and trends in the field of human resources and employee relations. This information will be disseminated, as appropriate, to the IAOM membership in a timely and effective manner.
To fulfill its mission, the Committee will concentrate its efforts in the following areas:
The Environmental, Health and Safety Committee’s primary purpose is to collect, analyze and disseminate pertinent environmental, health and safety information among the members of the committee and develop forums for communicating specific information throughout the entire membership.
To collect, evaluate, disseminate information on issues dealing with Food Protection. This shall be accomplished by committee working groups organized to address specific issues.
Activities for the Committee
Formed in 2003, the Global Strategies Committee was established to develop a plan for improving services and investigating growth opportunities for IAOM around the world.
The next Global Strategies Committee meeting will be held in during the Annual IAOM Conference & Expo.
The Technical Committee of the International Association of Operative Millers is dedicated to review common best practices in the cereal grain processing and related industries, and to disseminating the information to the membership.
The committee specifically addresses itself to the areas of process technology and grain quality, and promotes technical excellence in the milling industry.
The committee utilizes, but is not limited to, the following elements of implementation:
The committees require of each member open and frank discussions of all topics under consideration, while at the same time respecting Company confidentiality.