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severe than right angle) and other crashes, and a significant decline in red light and speeding offences at the trial sites.
(Question No 1397)
Mr Smyth asked the Minister for Industrial Relations, upon notice, on 11 March 2004:
1. In relation to Industrial Relations reform, has the Government offered any Australian Workplace Agreements since being elected to Government;
2. How many enterprise bargaining agreements are currently in operation;
3. Is this an increase or decrease in the number operating in the last year of the former Liberal Government; if so, please provide figures;
4. Has the Government pursued any non-union enterprise bargaining agreements since being elected to Government;
5. Has the Government maintained the public sector superannuation scheme;
6. Has the Government increased or decreased the number of consultants and contractors used in the Public Sector since being elected to Government; if so, please provide figures.
Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
2. There are currently 29 enterprise bargaining agreements in operation;
3. This is a decrease from the number operating in the last year of the former Liberal Government. In the last year of the former Liberal Government there were 56 enterprise bargaining agreements in operation;
4. One of the 29 enterprise bargaining agreements is a non-union agreement;
6. The information on consultants and contractors is available in individual Agency annual reports.
Canberra Institute of Technology-traineeships
(Question No 1398)
Mrs Burke asked the Minister for Education, Youth and Family Services, upon notice, on 11 March 2004:
(1) In relation to the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT), what is the Government currently doing to promote traineeships and apprenticeships in traditional trade areas and emerging industries;