Annual Report 1992-1993 Northern Territory Liquor Commission
Tabled Paper 1759
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Northern Territory Liquor Commission ORGANISATION AND STAFFING continued Approved positions in the Commission are grouped by areas of responsibility. This grouping is in accord with the program budgeting requirement of the NT government. The following table shows approved positions by program and by region: To M arch 1993 Program Administrative Services and Executive Control and Regulation of Liquor Collection of Liquor Related Revenue Executive Management Control and Regulation of Liquor Administrative Support and Collection of Revenue Darwin Alice Springs Total 4 - 4 6 5 11 5 - 5 15 5 20 Darwin 3 Since M arch 1993 Alice Springs Total 3 4 2 6 8 2 10 15 4 19 The staff of the Commission have continued to enjoy the benefits accruing from following service wide initiatives: Hum an Resource Development The Commission places great importance on staff training and development. It recognises the significant role its people play in providing the support to the Commission in the administration of the Liquor Act. Occupational Health and Safety Along with other government agencies the Commission adopts a smoke free work place policy. The Commission will continue its commitment to providing staff with a healthy and safe working environment. Equal Employment O pportunity The Commission adopts the service wide policy of equal employment opportunity to ensure that there is no discrimination in the employment of any person on the grounds of race, colour, ethnic origin, creed, sex, marital status or disability. Annual Report 1993 Page 8