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Disciplined Services Consultative Council

(Appointed by the Chief Secretary for Administration)

Enquiry: Staff Relations Division, Civil Service Bureau
Room 605, 6/F, West Wing, Central Government Offices,
2 Tim Mei Avenue, Tamar, Hong Kong.
Telephone: 2810 3700

  • Secretary for the Civil Service (ex officio Chairman)
  • Permanent Secretary for the Civil Service (ex officio member)
  • Deputy Secretary for the Civil Service (1) (ex officio member)
  • Deputy Secretary for the Civil Service (2) (ex officio member)
  • Deputy Secretary for the Civil Service (3) (ex officio member)
  • Deputy Secretary for the Security (2) (ex officio member)
  • Principal Assistant Secretary for the Civil Service
    (Staff Relations)(ex officio Secretary)
  • Representatives of the Correctional Services Department:
        Mr. Micheal LEUNG Chung-chee
        Mr. CHENG Yuk-leung
        Mr. HO Yat-sun
        Mr. KAN Man-kit
        Mr. MOK Kin-shing
  • Representatives of the Customs and Excise Department:
        Ms. Bonnie LO Hoi-sze
        Mr. CHEUNG Chiu-chun
        Mr. HAU Chung-pak
        Mr. Danny LI Yiu-man
        Mr. Josh TSE Hong
  • Representatives of the Fire Services Department:
        Mr. Kenneth CHAN Kin-lun
        Mr. NIP Yuen-fung
        Mr. LEE Wai-hau
        Mr. TANG Kin-tai
        Mr. YANG Kin-sang
  • Representatives of the Government Flying Service:
        Mr. Thomas SO Chau-ming
        Mr. KWOK Tak-shun
        Mr. Edward LI Kin-cheung
        Mr. SUEN Chi-wah
        Mr. TO Cheuk-pong
  • Representatives of the Immigration Department:
        Mr. LEE Wan-hung
        Mr. Wilson LAI Wai-sang
        Mr. LEE Wing-yin
        Mr. Annon MOK Wai-sang
        Mr. SARAO Amarjit-singh

Staff Side Secretary: Tel.: 2810 3699
Fax: 2537 1112
Note: The Chairmanship of the Staff Side is held in rotation

Terms of Reference

The objective of the Council shall be to attain the greatest measure of co-operation between the Government in its capacity as employer and the staff of disciplined services through discussion with the staff side representatives in the Council, with a view to improving their conditions of service and securing their well-being; providing a machinery for dealing with grievances; and generally bringing together the experience and different points of view of the staff side representatives.


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