|(a) The presiding officer may appoint board members to committees to assist the board in its work. All committees shall consist of no more than four members and shall make regular reports to the board by interim written reports or at regular meetings. Standing committees shall include: (1) complaints; (2) rules; (3) speech-language pathology scope of practice; (4) audiology scope of practice; and (5) legislative review. (b) Board members may also be appointed to individually assist the board office with specific issues. The board member shall report any decisions made to the full board at the next scheduled meeting for ratification. Items that shall be discussed include: (1) fees/budget; (2) applications/renewals; (3) continuing education; (4) exemptions to the Act; (5) supervision of interns and assistants; (6) public relations; (7) health professions council; and (8) fitting and dispensing of hearing instruments. (c) Members appointed to the complaints committee shall consist of one audiologist, one speech-language pathologist, one public member, and other members as appointed by the board chair. The committee chair shall call a meeting whenever necessary.