|Question On Notice No. 2575 asked in the Legislative Council on 15 October 2019 by Hon Colin De Grussa |
Question Directed to the: Minister for Environment representing the Minister for Emergency Services
Minister responding: Hon F.M. Logan
Parliament: 40 Session: 1
I refer to question without notice 1093 asked on 25 September 2019, regarding the Operational Fleet Project, and I ask:
(a) who are the members of the Project Board;
(b) what emergency service organisations do they represent and where are they based;
(c) how was the membership of the Project Board determined;
(d) will the Minister please table the terms of reference for the Project Board;
(e) how many meetings have been held by the Project Board; and
(f) will the Minister table the minutes of these meetings?
Answered on 19 November 2019
- Refer to Attachment A. [Please see tabled paper number ]
- Emergency services organisations are represented by DFES; the Emergency Services Volunteer Association; the WA Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services Association of WA; the Volunteer Marine Rescue Service WA; Bushfire Volunteers; the WA Local Government Association; the United Firefighters Union of Australia – West Australia branch. There is also an Observer from the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions and an Observer from the Western Australia Police Force. The emergency services organisations are based in metropolitan and regional areas.
- Members are determined on the basis of expertise and responsibility from relevant DFES business areas and/or nominated by relevant external bodies.
- Yes. Refer Attachment B. [Please see tabled paper number ]
- Yes, the minutes of the meetings will be tabled on completion of the project.