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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 03 Hansard (Thursday, 31 March 2011) . . Page.. 1273 ..


C

Urgent mental health response

High risk of harm to self or others and/or high distress, especially in absence of capable supports

PRIORITY

2 – 12 HOURS

D

Semi-urgent mental health response

Moderate risk of harm and/or significant distress

12 – 48 HOURS

PRIORITY

E

Non-urgent mental health response

Low risk of harm in short term or moderate risk with high support/ stabilising factors

WITHIN 14 DAYS

DEFERRED

F

Referral: not requiring face-to-face response from MHS in this instance

Referral or advice to contact alternative service provider

REFERRED

G

Advice or information only

Advice or information only/ Service provider consultation/ MHS requires more information

OR

More information needed

INQUIRY OR CHAT


Copyright—government information(Question No 1569)

Ms Le Couteur asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 17 February 2011 (redirected to the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services):

(1) Is there a standard copyright arrangement for publishing government information.

(2) What types of publications are subjected to copyright.

(3) What type of copyright licence is applied to publications and how is this decided.

Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1) All published material, including that of the ACT Government, has copyright protection under provisions of the Commonwealth Copyright Act 1968.

(2) All forms of publication, irrespective of format, are subjected to copyright.

(3) Most use of ACT Government publications is made within the “fair dealing” provisions of the Copyright Act 1968 where the material is for study or research. The ACT Department of Education and Training participates in a national scheme to share the educational materials it produces through the ‘NEALES’ scheme. Other requests for more extensive use of ACT Government material is decided on application, but in the majority of cases, where there is a perceived public benefit and other copyright rights are not infringed, use is freely given.


Environment—illegal dumping(Question No 1572)

Ms Le Couteur asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 17 February 2011:


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