rotorAMCO is a not for profit organization, incorporated under the laws of the Province of Ontario, and managed by a six member Board of Directors, elected annually by the membership, in accordance with its Constitution and By-Laws.

The Board of Directors elects the Association Officers which includes the Chair, Vice-Chair and Secretary/Treasurer. In addition, the Executive Director is responsible for the day-to-day business of the Association and provides labour relations counseling and general advice to all members.

AMCO has established the following standing committees to represent the membership in those areas of interest and concern. Each committee has its own chairperson who is responsible for coordinating the activity of that committee.

Committee Functions

Joint Labour/Management
Millwright Trust Funds
Commuting (Travel) Trust Fund
Joint Apprenticeship/PAC
Joint Health & Safety
Fiscal and budget matters
Provincial collective bargaining
Grievances, labour relation issues
Health/Welfare Trust Fund Trusteeship
Commuting travel/board reimbursement plan
Millwright apprenticeship and training matters
Trade health and safety matters
Scholarship program administration
Director nominations
All Directors and Committee Members volunteer their time without any remuneration from the Association.

The general membership meets once per year at the Annual General Meeting to review and approve the actions of the Board and its various committees.