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(2) $164,568 (57%) for domestic travel and $122,537 (43%) for international travel.

(3) Yes. An officer attended a WateReuse Communications Network Workshop and WateReuse Association Annual Conference (cost $24,463); an officer attended a water recycling plant and salt crystallisation facility, and annual WateReuse and Desalination Symposium (cost $29,473); an officer undertook a study tour of water and sewerage treatment facilities (cost $23,387); and two officers attended the Singapore International Water Summit (cost $19,745). The balance of the spending relates to travel in 2006-07.

(4) Economy class 84%, business class 14% and first class 2%.

(5) Qantas 95%, Virgin 2%, and other airlines 3%.

(6) ACTEW’s corporate travel procedure does not require officers travelling to use frequent flyer points. ACTEW does not pay fees for any employee’s membership of airlines clubs or schemes which accrue frequent flyer points.

Security industry—regulation
(Question No 72)

Mrs Dunne asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 12 February 2009:

(1) Apart from the Security Industry Act 2003 (the Act) and the Security Industry Regulation 2003 (the Regulations), is there any form of security industry self-regulation, for example a code of conduct; if so, in relation to the code of conduct or other form of industry self-regulation, (a) who is responsible for its development and maintenance, (b) what are its terms, (c) in what way, if any, do the Government and the industry collaborate to ensure those engaged in the industry adhere to it and (d) what sanctions are available for those in the industry who are found not to adhere to it.

(2) Are employers required, whether by licence conditions, regulation or other authority such as industry self-regulation, to provide continuing professional development training opportunities for employed and licensed security personnel.

(3) What sanctions are available against employers that fail to meet their continuing professional development training obligations and who applies those sanctions.

(4) In respect of each class of licence under the Act how many licences were issued, varied, suspended or cancelled under the Act, in respect of each class of licence under the Act, for (a) 2005-06, (b) 2006-07 and (c) 2007-08.

(5) What and how many penalties were levied against individuals or bodies corporate for offences against the Act for (a) 2005-06, (b) 2006-07 and (c) 2007-08.

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

(1) No

(a) Not applicable

(b) Not applicable

(c) Not applicable

(d) Not applicable

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