Estimates related Questions and Answers Written Questions No.213 to No.237 2011 Estimates
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ANSWERS TO ESTIMATES COMMITTEE-RELATED WRITTEN QUESTIONS 2011-12 50. DoJ performs a diverse range of functions, some of which are required to continue to be performed during emergencies; for example, custodial services within the Northern Territory Correctional Services area. DoJ does not currently have positions specified as essential; however, various positions are assigned responsibilities, before, during and after an emergency such as a cyclone. Dependent on the size and nature of an emergency event, additional staff may also be assigned with specific duties to assist in whole-of-government or internal coordination activities or support to the community. DoJ will consider the need to classify positions as essential when it reviews its emergency response plan. Marketing: 51. From 1 July 2010 to 31 March 2011, $1.158m has been spent on marketing and promotional activity which includes advertising. 52. The amount of $743 000 was spent on major advertising and marketing programs as follows: Enough is Enough - phase I $521 763 Grog Running $136 786 Championship Moves $ 65 000 School Liaison Project $ 22 000. The remaining $415 000 was spent on one-off DoJ advertisements, including signage design, removal and installation; for example, alcohol-free area, and radio, newspaper and magazine advertising placement in publications. Insurance: 53. DoJ has spent $1189.49 on insurance expenses. Of this, $272.73 relates to the DOJ Self-Insurance Scheme for Darwin Correctional Centre; $91.76 relates to travel insurance for Community Corrections; and, $825 relates to motor vehicle insurance for the Health and Community Services Complaints Commission. Category 2010-11 YTD As at 31 March 2011 Self-insurance scheme 273 General 92 Motor vehicle 825 Personal accident 0 Professional indemnity 0 Public liability 0 Workers compensation 0 Workers compensation on-costs 0 Total* 1190 Total rounded up to nearest thousand. 54. No areas were commercially insured as at 31 March 2011. 55. The Northern Territory government applies a self-insurance policy for its general government sector insurable risks. The self-insurance policy covers property and assets, workers compensation, public liability and professional indemnity related liabilities. With the Treasurer's approval, agencies may procure commercial insurance cover where a net benefit can be demonstrated. 278
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