16 April 2020

The agenda for the RCVS Council meeting of 16 April 2020 is set out below.

Unclassified papers for this meeting can be downloaded as one PDF bundle from the ‘Related documents’ box at the bottom of the page.

View paper classification definitions below, along with classification rationales.

1

President's introduction

Oral report - Unclassified

 

2

Apologies for absence and welcome to new member

Oral report - Unclassified

 

3

Matters for discussion and/or decision by Council

 

 

3a

Certification issues

Confidential

1,2,3,4

4

Declarations of interest

Oral report - Classification TBC

 

5

Minutes 

 

 

 

Minutes of the meeting held on 5 March 2020

Classified appendix of the meeting held 5 March 2020

Classified appendix of items held between 6-31 March 2020

Unclassified

Confidential

Confidential 

 

1,2,3,4,5

1,4

6

Matters arising

 

 

  6a

Obituaries

Oral report - Unclassified

 

  6b

Council correspondence

Oral report - Unclassified

 

  6c

CEO update

Oral report - Unclassified

 

7

Notices of motion

Oral report - Unclassified  

8

Questions

Oral report - Unclassified

 

9

Date of the next meeting

Thursday, 4 June 2020

Oral report - Unclassified

 

10

Any other College business

Oral report - Classification tbc

 

11

Risk Register, equality and diversity

Oral report - Confidential

1,2,3,4

 

Classifications explained

Unclassified

Papers will be published on the internet and recipients may share them and discuss them freely with anyone. This may include papers marked 'Draft'.

Confidential

Temporarily available only to Council Members, non-Council members of the relevant committee, working party or Board and not for dissemination outside that group unless and until the relevant committee or Council has given approval for public discussion, consultation or publication. 

Private

The paper includes personal data which should not be disclosed at any time or for any reason, unless the data subject has agreed otherwise. The Chairman may, however, indicate after discussion that there are general issues which can be disclosed, for example in reports to committees and Council. 

 

Classification rationales

Confidential 

1. To allow the Committee or Council to come to a view itself, before presenting to and/or consulting with others

2. To maintain the confidence of another organisation

3. To protect commercially sensitive information 

4. To maintain public confidence in and/or the RCVS 

Private

5. To protect information which may contain personal data, special category data, and/or criminal offence data, as listed under the General Data Protection Regulation

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