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Thursday, 15 November 2018
Page: 8439

Consideration

The following committee reports and government responses were considered:

Education and Employment References Committee—Wage theft? What wage theft?! - Exploitation of general and specialist cleaners working in retail chains for contracting or subcontracting cleaning companies—Report. Motion of Senator Cameron to take note of report called on. Debate adjourned till the next day of sitting.

Economics References Committee—Commitment to the Senate issued by the Business Council of Australia—Report. Motion of Senator Stoker to take note of report agreed to.

Community Affairs References Committee—My Health Record system—Report. Motion of Senator Siewert to take note of report called on. Debate adjourned till the next day of sitting.

Education and Employment References Committee—They never came home—the framework surrounding the prevention, investigation and prosecution of industrial deaths in Australia—Report. Motion of the chair of the committee (Senator Marshall) to take note of report called on. Debate adjourned till the next day of sitting.

Future of Work and Workers—Select Committee—Hope is not a strategy—our shared responsibility for the future of work and workers—Report. Motion of Senator Watt to take note of report agreed to.

National Disability Insurance Scheme—Joint Standing Committee—Market readiness for provision of services under the NDIS—Report. Motion of Senator Urquhart to take note of report called on. Debate adjourned till the next day of sitting.

Education and Employment References Committee—Work health and safety of workers in the offshore petroleum industry—Report. Motion of Senator Urquhart to take note of report agreed to.

Economics References Committee—Future of Australia's naval shipbuilding industry—Final report. Motion of the chair of the committee (Senator Ketter) to take note of report called on. Debate adjourned till the next day of sitting.

Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee—Report—Increasing use of so-called Flag of Convenience shipping in Australia—Government response. Motion of Senator Sterle to take note of document agreed to.

Education and Employment References Committee—Report—Penalty rates—Government response. Motion of Senator Cameron to take note of document called on. Debate adjourned till the next day of sitting.