The Canterbury Co-ordinating Executive Group
What is the Canterbury Co-ordinating Executive Group?
The Coordinating Executive Group is a committee established and maintained under section 20 of the Civil Defence and Emergency Managment Act.
The Canterbury Group CEG comprises the following statutory appointments:
- The chief executive officer of each member local authority
- A senior member of the Police
- A senior member of the Fire Service
- The chief executive officers of the Canterbury District Health Board and South Canterbury District Health Board
In Canterbury the following additional representatives are on the Coordinating Executive Group:
- A senior Canterbury representative of Ministry of Primary Industries
- A senior Canterbury representative of the Canterbury business community
- A senior Canterbury representative of St John
- A senior reprentative of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu
- A South Island officer of the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management
- The Canterbury Group Controller
- The Chair of the Welfare Coordination Group
- The Chair of the Rural Advisory Group
- The Chair of the Canterbury Lifelines Utilities Group.
The CEG is responsible to the CDEM Group for:
- Providing advice to the CDEM Group and any subgroups or subcommittees of the Group.
- Implementing, as appropriate, the decisions of the CDEM Group.
- Overseeing the implementation, development, maintenance, monitoring, and evaluation of the CDEM Group Plan.
- Monitoring the performance and effectiveness of any agreement or contract that the Group may enter into for the provision of goods and services.