Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 1 Hansard (20 February) . . Page.. 360 ..
Mugga Lane Fireworks Depot (Question No 354)
Mrs Cross asked the Minister for Industrial Relations, upon notice, on 10 December 2002:
In relation to the question I asked on 13 November 2002 regarding the Mugga Lane Fireworks depot, and your answer where you stated Workcover has recently had an audit undertaken which has identified that the facility is safe:
Who undertook the audit and when was it carried out.
What qualifications did the person or persons carrying out the audit possess.
What was the cost of the audit.
Was the audit conducted under the guidelines and principles in the Auditor-General Act 1996.
Was any independent auditor appointed pursuant to section 27 of the Auditor-General Act 1996.
Was the letter and spirit of the Auditor-General's Act 1996 complied with in this audit.
Was a 'performance audit' of Workcover's facilities conducted pursuant to the definition on page 24 of the dictionary in the Auditor-General's Act 1996.
Was the audit carried out by an independent body, and if so, is the Minister satisfied that the audit was truly independent.
Does WorkCover hold all fireworks legally at the Mugga Lane facility.
Who are the legal authorities for each holding.
How many different individual holdings of confiscated fireworks does WorkCover currently hold.
How many individual firework businesses have their property currently in WorkCover custody.
How many parcels (by which I mean pertaining to one owner and being part of one seizure) does WorkCover hold.