Welcome to become membership of Industrial
Boiler Branch Of China Electrical Equipment
第一章 总 则
第一条 本分会名称为中国电器工业协会工业锅炉分会（以下简称分会），英文名称为 Industrial Boiler Branch of China Electrical Equipment Industry Association（英文缩写CIBB）。
第二条 本分会是由工业锅炉制造和相关企业（如辅机、附件制造，工程 成套，销售安装等）及有关的科研、设计院所校单位等，在平等、自愿的基础上组成的非盈利性的、不受地区、部门隶属关系和所有制限制的全国性行业组织。
第三章 会 员
第八条 凡依法取得工商营业执照和生产许可证，在中国境内从事锅炉（含部件）制造、锅炉辅机制造、销售、安装、改造等业务的企业（包括中外合资、 外商独资或外资控股企业）以及与本行业相关的企事业单位、科研院所、大专院校和社会团体等，承认和遵守中电协章程和本工作条例，均可申请入会。单位会员的代表须是该单位的法定代表人或受其委托的一名在职主要负责人，参加本分会或中电协活动，并指派一名联络员。外商独资或外资控股企业可由法定代表人指派一名能通中文的人士作为其代表与本分会保持联系。
第十四条 本分会的最高权力机构是会员大会。理事会每届四年，因特殊 情况须提前或延期换届时，由理事会表决通过，报中电协同意，但延期换届最长不超过一年。
第十五条 会员大会每二年举行一次。会员大会由理事会召集。理事会或30%以上会员认为有必要时可召开临时会员大会。会员大会必须有2/3 以上的会员参加方能召开，会员大会决议由到会会员数的半数以上表决通过方为有效。
第三十二条 本分会配备具有专业资格的会计人员。会计不得兼任出纳。 会计人员必须进行核算，实行会计监督。会计人员调动工作或离职时，必须与交接人员办清交接手续。
第八章 附 则
Industrial Boiler Branch of China Electrical Equipment Industry Association
Chapter 1 General
Article 1 Industrial Boiler Branch means 中国电器工业协会工业锅炉分会in Chinese, i.e. Industrial Boiler Branch of China Electrical Equipment Industry Association(CIBB) in English.
Article 2 CIBB is composed of IB manufacturers and enterprises related to the industry(such as auxiliary equipment manufacturers , engineering enterprises and marketing & installation companies) and related research and design institutes, formed on the base of equality and willingness. It is a non-profit nationwide organization, no matter where its member located, no matter what kind of ownership system the member belong to , and no matter what administrative department the member is subordinated to.
Article 3 Our tenets are : holding high the great banner of “the socialism with Chinese characteristics”; guided by Maoism, Deng Xiaoping Theory and Thoughts of Three Represents, implementing and fulfilling the Idea of Scientific Development; sticking to the Party’s basic line and guiding principle; abiding by National Constitution, Laws, Regulations and state policies, following social virtues, representing and protecting common interests and member’s legal rights, doing our best to serve our members, serve the whole industry as well as serve the relative government departments. Functioning as “tie” and “bridge” between the government and members, contributing to the development of our Industrial Boiler Industry.
Article 4 Industrial Boiler Branch (hereinafter called as “CIBB”), which is subordinated to China Electrical Equipment Industry Association (hereinafter called as “CEEIA”), entrusted by the CEEIA, carries out concrete work by taking IB industry specific situation into consideration under the leadership of CEEIA.
Article 5 The secretariat of CIBB is located in the premises of and sponsored by Shanghai Industrial Boiler Research Institute(Address: No. 297 Baochang Rd., Zha Bei District, Shanghai, Post code: 200071)
Chapter 2 Business Scope
Article 6 CIBB business scope:
1. Give reports to the related government departments delivering members’ desires and expectations, and meanwhile transmit related policies, laws and regulations of the government to our members and carry out the implementation.
2. Collect domestic and abroad IB data, carry out investigation on IB industry situation, propose suggestions related to IB industry development to the related government departments; give assistance to the government departments to work out the mid-long term development plan of IB industry ; coordinate various sectors in the IB industry and promote the sustainable development of IB industry.
3. Assist government departments to discipline marketing behaviors, safeguard the legal interests of members, create opportunities for members’ marketing exploring and build up a well-organized fair competitive environment.
4. Assist government administration departments or Industrial Standardization Organizations to draft or revise national or professional IB-related codes and standards ;assist to organize experts to draft or revise CIBB standards, and put them into practice.
5. Push forward and supervise members to promote the product quality. Assist government to do the industry quality management. Assist enterprises making analysis and counsel on enterprises’ products; Organize to carry out analysis and appraisal on IB related products. Collect IB related product information and give feed-backs. Promote energy-conservation and emission-reduction products, quality products, cultivate and recommend famous brand IB related products.
6. Encourage enterprises’ technological renovation, push forward energy-conservation and emission reduction and the restructure of product types; carry out technological consultation and communication; promote wider applications of industrial achievements which satisfy our national policy of energy-conservation and emission-reduction and the needs of IB industry development, such as new products, new technology, new technics, and new materials; accept entrustment for the evaluation and appraisal of technical achievements.
7．Organize to build a network for technological and economic information collecting and statistical analysis, to collect & analyze information related to IB technologies, economies and marketing, and organize communication; give assistance to the government to complete IB industry statistical work (econo-technical index); organize to carry out the economic operation analysis of IB industry.
8. Establish normal liaison and communication mechanism with counter foreign associations, and carry out international communication activities; establish contacts with related organizations in domestic and carry out cooperation and communication. Assist the CEEIA to organize national exhibitions and cosponsor the international exhibition with other companies.
9. Make investigation and analysis on issues such as tax levies, product price, funding and financing, lending and credit etc.. Make proposals on these issues for reference for government policy-making or policy-adjusting. Collect price and tax levy information and make analysis. Organize and coordinate product prices in the industry;
10 Summarize and promulgate experience on enterprises’ reform, enterprises’ management, make counsel on enterprise management, promote management modernization; give assistance to the government departments to push forward adjustment and optimization of industry structure.
11 To satisfy the industrial development’s need, organize relevant staff training program, Make investigation and analysis on employee qualification, labor management, and remuneration system; Make proposals on labor and remuneration systems and the building of employee forces.
12 Circulate information relating to export, import and utilizing foreign investment, put forward suggestions to protect national and industry’s interests, Safeguard industry security. Authorized by the government or entrusted by CEEIA, carry out anti-dumping activities in the industry.
13 Carry out industrial self-discipline, organize to enact industrial rules, and put them into practice.
14 Compile documents relating to industrial economies, technologies and products. Publish restricted IB publication and public IB journals .
15 Undertake certain tasks entrusted by government departments, the CEEIA or any members;
Chapter 3 Membership
Article 7 CIBB, entrusted by the CEEIA, accepts the application from companies and individuals. All CIBB members are automatically CEEIA members.
Article 8 All enterprises(including Sino-foreign joint venture, wholly foreign-owned, foreign-controlled corporations), who have got business license and production license, and who are boiler (including boiler parts) manufacturers, manufacturers of boiler auxiliary, and boiler related enterprises and public institutions, research institutions, and social organizations in the territory of China, who accepts and will abide by the Articles of Association and the Work Ordinances, and will fulfill member’s obligation, be willing to pay membership dues, could apply for the membership of CIBB. The representative for the member should be the legitimate representative of the company or one of the incumbent chief leaders of the company authorized by the legitimate representative. The legitimate representative should take part in the activities by CIBB and the CEEIA, and should designate a liaison person. The legitimate representative for wholly foreign-owned or foreign-controlled corporations could assign a person, who is well versed in Chinese , to represent him or her to keep contact with CIBB.
Article 9 Applicants should submit “Member Application Form” uniformly printed by CEEIA and relevant and some relevant documents to CIBB, after the application being granted by CIBB secretariat, it will be reported to the Council for approval, meanwhile CIBB secretariat will submit the copy of “Member Application Form” to CEEIA for record. CIBB will issue the membership certificate which is printed and numbered by the CEEIA, membership start from the date when the application being granted by CIBB.
Article 10 CIBB members enjoy following privileges.
1. Enjoy priority to take part in various activities held by CIBB;
2. To enjoy all kinds of service offered by CIBB with priority right and preferential price;
3. Having vote right, election right and be elected right;
4. Having proposal right, critical right, supervising right, and inquiry right toward leaders or staffs of CIBB, as well as on the work of CIBB;
5. Having the right to ask for CIBB’s coordination to solve issues which occurred in the IB industry, to solve big issues (including some litigation issues) involved in other industries or other departments.
6. Having privilege to obtain journals, economical and technical material and other information published by the CIBB
7. Having freedom to drop out and apply membership of their own accord;
Article 11 Member must fulfill following obligations:
1. Abide by national laws, codes, Articles of Association, CIBB Work Ordinances, industrial regulations and agreements. Carry out CIBB’s resolutions, uphold CIBB’s reputation and legitimate interests.
2. Actively take part in all activities organized by CIBB, accomplish all works entrusted or assigned by CIBB.
3. As per requirements, provide basic information relating to production technologies and business management and various documents available for communicating.
4. Pay membership dues on schedule;
5. Accept CIBB’s consultative comments and arbitration, actively assist CIBB to coordinate issues dealing with their company’s benefits and interests;
6. Never take part in any activities which will be detrimental to CIBB and the CEEIA in order to maintain the unification of CIBB and the CEEIA.
Article 12 Application procedure and drop out procedure should comply with the formalities set by CIBB and the CEEIA.
Article 13 If any member, failed to comply with Work Ordinances or be unwilling to fulfill member’s obligations, CIBB council could persuade the company to drop out or remove its name from the roll. If any member hasn’t pay dues or hasn’t taken part in any CIBB’s activities for consecutive two years, it is regarded that it drop out of CIBB by himself. Drop out member should return member’s certificate to CIBB, and all dues paid before are not refunded.
Chapter 4 Organization
Article 14 The most powerful organization of CIBB is the Member’s Congress.
The service term of CIBB council is of 4 years. In special case, the new round of CIBB council could be shifted on postponed schedule or ahead of schedule, it should be voted through by the CIBB Council and subjected to the approval of the CEEIA, but no longer than one year delay should be allowed.
Article 15 The Member’s Conference will be held in every other year. CIBB council take responsibility to prepare the Member’s conference. Contingent member’s conference could be held if more than 30% members think it is necessary. Member’s conference could be held only with over 2/3 members taking part in. All resolutions should be voted by attending representative, and those which won over 1/2 votes will be regarded as effective resolutions.
Article 16 Rights and duties of the Member’s Conference(Congress):
1. work out and revise the CIBB’s Work Ordinance;
2. reach agreement on membership fees under the frame specified by the CEEIA;
3.Audit and go through the CIBB’s work report and financial report. Determine CIBB working policies and tasks;
4. Discuss and approve industrial rules and regulations.
5. Elect or dismiss council members
6. Reach agreement on the CIBB organization’s structure
7. Discuss and approve other important issues of the CIBB
Article 17 The council is the executive organization of the Member’s Congress and represent the CIBB. During the adjournment, the council takes responsibility for all of work, fulfill the resolution, and be responsible to all members. The council represent the CIBB to external organizations and institutions.
Article 18 The council members are elected by Member’s Conference’s attending representatives after fully considering all factors( council member should be representative, should have certain scale, should have good economic efficiency, should abide by industry regulations and be restraint, should be ardent to the association work). The council members will serve a term of four years, and could be elected to serve consecutive terms. The council members, normally should be around one fourth of the whole members.
The legal representative or other entrusted person of council member corporation is taken granted as the council directors. Council member representatives should actively take part in relevant events organized by the CIBB and council meetings which will be held at least once a year. The absence of council meeting twice in a row could cause the member of the council being disqualified. In case the person who represents the council member leaves the corporation for any reason or retired, alteration could be done by the council member and the CIBB should be informed in written form.
The council should held session every year. In exceptional case the session would be held in the form of electric communications. The council chairman should be responsible to convene the session. And the session should only be held with over 2/3 council members’ attending. The council’s resolution will be regarded as effective only after two thirds of the attending casting favorite votes.
Article 19 The council’s duties:
1. Fulfill resolutions passed by Member’s Conference; Take responsibility for the Member Congress and give work reports and financial reports to the Member’s Conference.
2. Prepare and organize member’s Conference,
3. Elect or rescind chairman, executive vice chairman, vice chairman, general secretary, discuss and approve the alteration of council members;
4, Elect the general secretary, which is nominated by the Chairman; Employ the deputy general secretary, which is nominated by the general secretary.
5. Audit the council’s work report; audit and approve CIBB annual work plan and work summary, work out internal administration institutions.
6. Having the power to decide the set-up of posts such as emeritus chairman and consultants and their employments.
7. Make decisions related to the configuration (repeal /coalition of internal departments) of the secretariat and lead the secretariat to carry out works.
8. Make decisions to admit new members and make proposal to remove member’s name from the roll.
9. Review the balance of the funds.
10. Make decisions related to important issues of CIBB.
Article 20 CIBB has one Chairman, one deputy chairman, several vice chairmen, a secretary general. Chairman, deputy chairman and vice chairmen are elected from the council members. The chairman, deputy chairman , vice chairmen and secretary general will serve four-year terms and they can be elected to consecutive terms. Chairman and deputy chairman could serve maximum two rounds of terms. Chairman’s tenure of office only can be extended if in case, it is needed and be subjected to the winning 2/3 votes of the Member’s Conference and be subjected to the consent of the CEEIA.
CIBB could have emeritus chairman and consultants. Emeritus chairman and consultants could be taken by persons who enjoy high reputation in the industry. Emeritus chairman and consultants, nominated by the chairman, subjected to the approval of the council, will serve four-year terms and they could serve to consecutive terms. Emeritus chairman and consultants could take part in meetings of chairman and vice chairmen and council activities.
Article 21 The Chairman, the deputy chairman, vice chairmen and secretary general should posses following qualification:
1 Insist Communist Party’s lines, Guideline, Policies, have good political cultivation.
2 Have great influence upon the industry, have strong capability in organizing, coordinating, and decision-making. Be zeal for the industrial work, honestly handle all works.
3 Chairman, deputy chairman and vice chairmen should not be over 70 years old. Secretary -General should not be over 65 years old.
4 In good health, can work properly
5 Has not been subjected to criminal punishment of deprivation of political rights
6 Has full capacity for civil conduct.
Article 22 Chairman’s duties
1 Call on and preside council’s session. During the adjournment of the council, lead CIBB to carry out routine work.
2. Supervise fulfillment of resolutions passed by Members Conference, council and council chairmen meetings.
3. Nominate Suitable Candidates for the Secretary General Post. The Secretary General will be elected by the Council.
4 Make decision whether or not to employ any division chiefs, who are nominated by the General Secretary.
5 Sign important documents on behalf of the CIBB.
6 Could entrust deputy chairman to implement above-mentioned duties.
Article 23 Deputy chairman will assist chairman to do relevant research and deal with major issues in the work.
The secretariat is the standing body of the CIBB, be responsible for the routine work. Several departments such as office, information department, technological development, consulting department, standards and quality control department, production and business administration department, price coordination department, etc could be established under the secretariat as needed. Department chiefs could be nominated by the general secretary and approved by the chairman.
The secretariat has one general secretary, several vice general secretaries and several staffs. The general secretary and vice general secretaries will be involved in council activities.
General Secretary’s duties:
1. Be responsible for the routine work of the secretariat.
2. Implement yearly work plan.
3. Make proposal on the set-up of secretary divisions , revoking and emerging and report to council for approval.
4. Make proposals on the nomination of vice general secretaries and division chiefs; Decide employment of secretariat staffs.
5. Propose bylaws and administration regulations for the CIBB
6. Handle other routine affairs.
Chapter 5 Asset Management and Utilization
Article 27 The CIBB will manage legitimate properties according to CEEIA regulations. and establish the Separate accounting financial system according to relevant regulations.
Article 28 Financial resources
1. Membership dues
2. Incomes by offering payable services.
3. Donations and endowment by social groups, companies, or individuals from domestic and abroad.
4. Subsidies or allocations by Government Departments or the CEEIA.
6. Other legitimate income
Article 29 Outlay
1. Disbursement on activities targeted at fulfilling tasks
2. Expenditures on journals, information, documents, newspapers.
3. Staffs’ remunerations, of which the allowance should be granted by the council.
4. Expenditure on office facilities and consuming goods.
5. Expense on rewarding of staffs and activist.
6. Other legitimate outlay.
Article 30 CIBB will collect membership dues according to national related regulations. The rating for membership dues should be subjected to the approval of the Member’s Conference. The secretariat will take responsibility for the book-keeping, and outlay should be within the business scope stipulated in the Ordinance. Subjected the supervision of the council , the secretariat will reports the balance sheets to the Conference, council or standing council periodically.
Article 31 The asset management will be strictly stick to National Financial stipulation, establishing strict financial policy, to ensure book-keeping documents legal, authentic, accurate and complete.
Article 32 Qualified accountants will be employed for the CIBB. The book-keepers and cashier should be different staffs. Book-keepers should perform auditing, realize accounting monitoring. Before reassignment or resignation, accountants should accomplish hand-over procedures.
Article 33 No entity, nobody could embezzle the CIBB’s properties. Financial audit should be performed each time before the alteration of the council, chairman or secretary-general.
Article 34 Financial audit should be performed each time before the alternation of the council, chairman or secretary general.
Chapter 6 Termination and the Property disposal after the termination
Article 35 When CIBB operation needs to be ended if CIBB has accomplished its tenets or due to some other reasons such as split or coalition of organizations, the ending proposal should be put forward by the Council.
Article 36 The ending proposal should be subjected to the approval of the Member’s Conference by voting. After being reviewed and approved by CEEIA and passing through relevant procedures, termination will take effect.
Article 37 Before termination of CIBB, CIBB should establish liquidation organization to settle claims and debts, deal with the aftermath under the guidance of the CEEIA. During liquidation period, CIBB will not carry out work except liquidation.
Article 38 The remain assets of the CIBB after the ending operation will be used for the undertakings related to the tenets of CIBB according to relevant State regulations and under the supervision of the CEEIA.
Chapter 7 Revision of the work Ordinance
Article 39 For modified work ordinance, before it is submitted to the member conference for reviewing and approving , it should be subjected to the approval by the council by voting and the consent of the CEEIA.
Article 40 The modified work ordinance by CIBB should be submitted to the CEEIA for approval within 15 days after it is approved by the member conference. The Work Ordinance will take effect immediately after the approval of the CEEIA.
Chapter 8 Supplemental rules
Article 41 The ordinances was approved by the First Congress by voting on Aug. 20th, 2010.
Article 42 The Council owns the interpretation right on the Work Ordinances.
Article 43 The Work Ordinance will take effect immediately after the approval of the CEEIA.