(1) The Committee comprises each nominated member and no more than 8 appointed members.
(2) A Committee member must have expertise in at least one of the following fields:
(a) the regulation of scheduled chemicals in Australia;
(b) veterinary medicine or veterinary pathology;
(d) industrial or domestic chemicals;
(e) agricultural or veterinary chemicals;
(f) clinical aspects of human poisoning;
(g) occupational health, particularly as a medical practitioner;
(h) consumer health issues relating to the regulation of chemicals;
(i) industry issues relating to the regulation of chemicals.
(3) Membership of the Committee must, to the extent reasonably practicable, represent the widest possible range of the fields mentioned in subregulation (2).