1. Are members' duties clearly defined?
2. Is a list of duties available to each member?
3. Do members understand what their duties are?
4. Do members carry out their duties?
5. Is the structure and duties reviewed periodically and revised when necessary?
6. Do members know the extent of their authority?
7. Do members exceed their authority [or fail to address health and safety issues within their authority]?
8. Are the chairperson's duties and authority clearly specified?
9. Are the secretary's duties clearly specified?
10. Do management and staff perceive the JOHSC to be effective?
· Directly asking managers and staff members the question in a staff survey
· Counting of issues and questions referred to the committee as a performance measure
· Tracking the number of page visits to the JOHSC minutes posted to the organization’s intranet site