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Framework for Alcohol and Drug Management in the Workplace
The Framework for Alcohol and Drug Management in the Workplace recommends that employers develop a drug and alcohol policy in consultation with workers following the conduct of a risk assessment which identifies the need for a drug and alcohol policy in that workplace. The Framework is applicable to all workplaces. However, it is expected that only high risk workplaces will identify a need for a

Benchmarking Study Policy Principles for Alliance Contracting
In 2009, the Treasuries of Victoria (Chair), Western Australia, Queensland and New South Wales established a Steering Committee to pursue a number of joint initiatives on alliance contracting, including sponsorship of a Benchmarking Study on the value for money from alliances. In February 2009, the Steering Committee commissioned the joint services of Melbourne University and Evans and Peck to

Release of the Exposure Draft of the Indigenous Cultural Heritage Acts Amend Bill 2011
The Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2003 and the Torres Strait Islander Cultural Heritage Act 2003 were due for review within five years of coming into effect. In 2008, a review of the laws began, including consideration with industry and Traditional Owner groups. The exposure draft of the Indigenous Cultural Heritage Act Amendment Bill 2011 amends the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2003 and th

Management arrangements for the Inshore Fin Fish Fishery
The Gulf of Carpentaria Inshore Fin Fish Fishery (the Fishery) is a multi-species fishery operating in Queensland waters west of Cape York comprising a commercial inshore net fishery, a commercial offshore net fishery, a commercial line fishery, commercial bait netting, recreational fishing, Indigenous fishing charter boat fishing. The Fishery is managed under the Queensland Fisheries Act 1994, F

Justice and other Legislation Amendment Bill
The Attorney-General and Minister for Industrial Relations is responsible for the administration of more than 140 Acts. Periodically these Acts are reviewed to identify minor, technical or other amendments which can be made to ensure that the Acts continue to operate in the manner intended. The amendments required as a result of this review are generally included in the one annual Bill, the Just

Natural Resource and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2010
The Natural Resources and Other Legislation Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2010 amends natural resource legislation administered by the Department of Environment and Resource Management to: ban the use of fluids containing the hydrocarbons benzene, toulene, ethylbenzene or xylene (B-TEX) above a maximum amount, or chemicals which would produce B-TEX chemicals so they cannot be used when stimulating (frac

Output Funding and Reporting in the Department of Communities
In 2008-09, 2400 non-government community service organisations received over $1.3 billion in funding across disability, community care, child safety, homelessness, housing, community, sport and recreation, and youth justice services The Department of Communities is implementing output funding and reporting for new service agreements with its funded NGOs from 1 July 2010. Existing service agreemen

Ripley Valley, Greater Flagstone and Yarrabilba Urban Development Areas
The Urban Land Development Authority 2007 (ULDA Act) provides for particular parts of Queensland to be declared as Urban Development Areas (UDAs) and establishes the Urban Land Development Authority (ULDA) to plan, carry out, promote, coordinate and control the development of land in those areas. Shaping Tomorrow’s Queensland: A response to the Queensland Growth Management Summit tasked the Urban

Signficant Appointments - September 2010
Cabinet considered and supported the following significant appointments. Name of Body Names of Appointees Term of Appointment  Treasurer and Minister for Employment and Economic Development  Queensland Education and Training International Advisory Committee The Hon Paul Braddy (chair) Ms Kay Ganley Mr Scott Sheppard Ms Sangeeta Mahajan Dr Anna Ciccarelli Mr Craig Sherrin Mr David Nelson