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A number of other matters raised through the inquiry are under active consideration, such as how we work with the commonwealth government to eliminate the exploitation of visa workers and ensure employers are able to be held to account; how we can improve protections for charity collection workers; and how we work collaboratively with the community sector on a range of workforce issues.

I thank all members of the committee for their thoughtful consideration of the important matter of the extent and impact of insecure work and look forward to continuing the government’s work in this area, in collaboration with all stakeholders.

I present a copy of the statement:

Education, Employment and Youth Affairs—Standing Committee—Inquiry into the Extent, Nature and Consequence of Insecure Work in the ACT—Statement regarding the outcomes—Ministerial statement, 20 September 2018.

I move:

That the Assembly take note of the paper.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Motor Accident Injuries Bill 2018—exposure draft

Papers and reference to committee

MR GENTLEMAN (Brindabella—Minister for the Environment and Heritage, Minister for Planning and Land Management, Minister for Police and Emergency Services and Minister assisting the Chief Minister on Advanced Technology and Space Industries) (11.13): I present the following papers:

Motor Accident Injuries Bill 2018—Exposure Draft.

Guide to the Motor Accident Injuries Bill 2018 Exposure Draft.

Pursuant to standing order 214, I move:

(1) That the Exposure Draft of the Motor Accident Injuries Bill 2018 and the accompanying explanatory guide be referred to the Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety Committee (the Committee) to inquire into and report on:

(a) the draft bill’s alignment with the following objectives for the ACT’s Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance scheme:

(i) early access to medical treatment, economic support and rehabilitation services;

(ii) equitable cover for all people injured in a motor vehicle accident;

(iii) a value for money and efficient system;

(iv) promoting broader knowledge of the scheme and safer driver practices;

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