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Appointments to the Pool Safety Council
The Pool Safety Council is established under the Building Act 1975. The Pool Safety Council is responsible for the licensing of pool safety inspectors. This includes associated responsibilities such as audits, complaint investigation, training and reporting. Cabinet noted the intention of the Minister for Housing and Public Works to appoint to the Pool Safety Council from the date of the approval

Appointments to the Racing Disciplinary Board
The government made election commitments under its ‘Rejuvenating Queensland Racing’ policy and in its Six Month Action Plan, amongst other things, to transfer appropriate racing integrity functions to government, to be paid for by the industry, including the establishment of a Racing Disciplinary Board (the disciplinary board). To address criticisms of there being no independent appeal mechanisms

Appointments to the TAFE Queensland Board
The TAFE Queensland Board (the Board) is established as the governing body of TAFE Queensland under the TAFE Queensland Act 2013. Part 2, division 3 of the Act outlines the functions of the Board which includes to: ensure it operates in accordance with its operational plan and, as far as possible, achieves the performance targets and objectives stated in the plan; account to the Minister for its p

Appointment to the Non State Schools Accreditation Board
The Non-State Schools Accreditation Board is established under section 105 of the Education (Accreditation of Non-State Schools) Act 2001 (the Act). Section 106 of the Act details the functions of the Board which includes considering applications for accreditation of non-state schools, assessing the suitability of their governing bodies, and accrediting schools complying with the accreditation cri

30 Year Electricity Strategy Discussion Paper
The Queensland Government has committed to the development of a 30 Year Electricity Strategy. Following the release of a Directions Paper in late 2012, a detailed discussion paper has now been developed. The discussion paper considers both short and longer-term challenges and proposes a number of actions and principles to guide future electricity policy development. A three month consultation

ICT Strategy and Action Plan
A Strategy and Action Plan for Government ICT has been prepared to provide a considered and holistic approach to reform the way Government currently utilises ICT. These documents describe how the use of ICT will be transformed to deliver better service outcomes for Queenslanders. National and international better practice strategies and reform models were reviewed as part of this development. T

Port Pilotage Amendment Bill 2013
The Transport Legislation (Port Pilotage) Amendment Bill 2013 transfers the responsibility to provide and deliver port pilotage services for ports north of Brisbane (excluding Abbot Point) from Maritime Safety Queensland (MSQ) to the government owned port authorities. The amendments in the Bill include: providing that the provision of, or arranging for the provision of, pilotage services in speci

Establishment of Qld Independent Remuneration Tribunal and appointment of members
On 11 July 2013, the Premier announced the establishment of the Queensland Independent Remuneration Tribunal (the Tribunal) to determine the future remuneration and allowances for State Members of Parliament (MPs) under a plan to reform the Queensland Parliament’s entitlements system. The Tribunal has been tasked with conducting a review of the Queensland Parliament’s entitlements system. By 15 Oc

Response to Report No 90 Inquiry into the CMC release and destruction of Fitzgerald Inquiry documents
The Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) has an important role in Queensland to combat major crime, investigate misconduct in the public sector and improve public sector integrity. Cabinet considered the recommendations of the Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee Report No. 90, Inquiry into the Crime and Misconduct Commission’s release and destruction of Fitzgerald Inquiry documents (th

Disability Services Act 2006 Restrictive Practices Review
The Disability Services Act 2006 and Guardianship and Administration Act 2000 create a regulatory framework for the use of restrictive practices on adults with intellectual or cognitive disability who have challenging behaviours. The scheme applies to disability services provided or funded by the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services. One of actions under the Premier’

Consultation RIS - Regulation of Levees
In its response to the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry Final Report, the State Government committed to implementing a state-wide regulatory framework for levees. The first phase of levee regulation, consisting of the development of a legislative framework for levees under the Water Act 2000, was passed by Parliament on 2 May 2013 as part of the Land, Water and Other Legislation Amendment B

Final report of six month action plans for January-June 2013 and July-December 2013
The Government published its January-June 2013 Six month action plan on 14 January 2013. The Final report of the January-June 2013 Six month action plan has now been prepared. The July-December 2013 six month action plan has 124 actions which will again provide a means of focusing effort and driving delivery of the governments’ priorities within the last six months of 2013. The delivery of each a