8 These Standing Orders come into force on the day on which they are registered.
1 The following definitions apply in these Standing Orders.
respondent means a member whose conduct is the subject of a harassment complaint submitted under these Standing Orders. (défendeur)
7 (1) A complainant who is aggrieved by a written decision referred to in subsection 6(1) and paragraph 6(2)(b) or by the written decision of a conduct board that is a decision maker for the purpose of these Standing Orders may seek redress by means of an appeal of the decision in accordance with Part 3 of the Commissioner’s Standing Orders (Grievances and Appeals).
(5) A copy of the decisions, including the written decision of a conduct board that is a decision maker for the purpose of these Standing Orders, must be served on the complainant and include a statement of the decision maker’s findings, reasons for the decision and whether any conduct measures are imposed.
5 (1) Subject to these Standing Orders, any investigation that is made as part of a harassment complaint investigation and resolution process is deemed to be an investigation made under subsection 40(1) of the Act.