Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 13 Hansard (Wednesday, 28 November 2018) . . Page.. 4964 ..
Strait Islander people can be proud of their identity and access further education will lead to better outcomes for the entire community, and I look forward to following the progress of future grant recipients.
MR MILLIGAN: My question is to the Minister for City Services. Minister, there was an election promise made during the 2016 election campaign that a free bulk waste collection would be rolled out to all Canberra suburbs. When is that to be introduced?
MR STEEL: I thank the member for his question. Of course, we already have the bulky waste collection service for certain residents in the ACT who are eligible. We committed in the election campaign to deliver bulky waste collection. That will be considered over the next two years of the term.
MR MILLIGAN: Minister, when will the Labor-Greens government follow through on its 2016 election promise to deliver this free bulk waste collection across all suburbs in the ACT?
MR STEEL: I thank the member for his question and refer him to my previous answer. I note that our government has delivered on a whole range of different commitments and, just over two years into our parliamentary term, we continue to deliver on the commitments we have made. Rolling out the green bin program through the whole of Canberra is something that we committed to before the last election and something we will continue to do. We will certainly look at further measures like bulky waste to make sure we can recover resources before they go to landfill.
MR WALL: Minister, is it the government’s intention still to make available the bulky waste collection service to operators of trash pack businesses? If so, why is it going to take more than two years from the time the government destroyed their business?
MR STEEL: I thank the member for his question. We have not considered the implementation of the plan. That is something that will be looked at over the next two years.
MS LEE: My question is to the Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development. Minister, during annual reports hearings, I asked what the process was for a teacher to report an injury from a student in the classroom and was told that the incident goes to the supervisor and is logged on Riskman. When I asked what happens when the same thing happens a second time, the answer was the same. When I asked what happens when the same thing happens a third time, the answer was: “Well, it is the same scenario.” Minister, despite the managing occupational violence policy having been in place since July 2017, and the findings of the WorkSafe investigation,