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 Minerals and Energy Total $39 529 China Mining 2010 Australia Display $17 821 Japanese Delegations $12 194 Mining 2010 Display $5 596 Total $59 287 Insurance: 53. See table below. Worker and employee insurance 0 Physical plant and equipment insurance 0 Other insurances $4866.96 Total $4866.96 54. Corporate policy for whole-of-department: Overseas travel insurance (Covermore Insurance): $1310.25. Fisheries: Travel and baggage insurance for official travel, four trips (QBE): $9.09. Broad form liability and Personal Accident Group insurance (TIO) covering public liability bodily injury/property damage for volunteers: $2865.62. Primary Industry: Travel Insurance Holdfast Insurance brokers (Allianz Aust Insurance Ltd) for a specific project dealing with East Timor: $682.00. Total: $4866.96. The Covermore travel insurance policy is due for renewal in November 2011. The TIO Broad form and personal accident policies are due for renewal in July 2011. The QBE domestic travel insurance policies are valid only for the individual trip. The Holdfast/Allianz policy expires on 1 December 2011. For Broad form insurance, the limit of indemnity is $5m on any one occurrence during the policy period. The property damage excess is $500. For personal accident insurance, the accident excess is seven days with policy aggregate limit for any one event of $750 000 and sum insured for weekly benefit accident of $500, capital benefits of $50 000 and paramedical of $1000. The nature of the overseas travel insurance is such that the policy extends over a broad range of cover, all with varying level of benefits or exclusions thresholds, ranging inter alia from hospital incidentals, loss of income, disability, accidental death, luggage allowance to travel delay and the like. It is therefore impractical to detail a full listing of specific thresholds. 55. There is no provision for disaster or catastrophe insurance. Climate Change: 56. The Northern Territory government has committed to become carbon neutral by 2018 under the Northern Territory Climate Change Policy. Under this target, whole-of-government systems to account for greenhouse gas emissions according to recognised international greenhouse accounting standards will be progressively rolled out over the next eight years for government processes. 501
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