The Project Selection Committee examines and selects projects put forward by the Foundation's team according to established selection criteria. It then submits these for approval by either the Foundation's Chairman or the Board of Directors as appropriate.
The Project Selection Committee allocates the subsidies granted to each project according to the Foundation's annual budget, monitors the projects selected and evaluates the actions undertaken and the results. The Committee meets every 4 months on average.
The Air Liquide Foundation Project Selection Committee is composed of 8 members chosen for their expertise in the Foundation’s action areas.
The members of the Project Selection Committee:
A representative of the R&D Department
A representative of the Healthcare activity
A doctor who is part of the Healthcare division of the Air Liquide Group
A representative of the Industrial Merchant activity
A representative of the Communication Department
A representative of the Procurement & Efficiency Department
A representative of the Shareholders Communication Committee
The General Delegate of the Foundation who leads the Project Selection Committee.