1. To foster the establishment
maintenance of a high level of professional competency and ethical
for those engaged in the presentation of weather and weather warnings
the public (i. e. weathercasters).
2. To ensure that the
Canadian weathercasters endorsed by the Society are credible by:
revising as necessary, the requirements and criteria for CMOS
of weathercasters in radio, television or both;
3. To support the CMOS
on broadcast matters as required.
2.2. arranging for peer
of the applications
for endorsement and, following Council approval of the recommendations,
advising applicants of the decisions made; and
2.3. maintaining a list
a Council-appointed Committee.
Mode of Operation:
will normally work and meet by e-mail and will hold at least one
per year. It may also appoint ad hoc working or study groups as
Membership and Terms
There shall be 3 or more members of the committee, each appointed for a
three-year term with the option to renew.
produce an annual report in accordance with Appendix
III to the By-Laws.
Approved by CMOS Council: