Under the Public Health Act 2005 (the Act) the chief executive must give the Minister a report on the Notifiable Dust Lung Disease Register (NDLD Register) and related matters as soon as practicable after the end of each financial year, but not later than 30 September.
The report must include the following items:
- the number of notifications given to the chief executive under this part during the financial year
- the types of notifiable dust lung diseases recorded in the register during the financial year
- the actions the department has taken to implement the purposes of the register
- any other information about a notifiable dust lung disease the chief executive considers appropriate.
The chief executive must not include personal information in the report.
The Minister must, as soon as practicable after receiving the report, table the report in the Legislative Assembly.
Annual report disclaimer
The electronic version of the NDLD Register annual report provided on this site is for information purposes only (not recognised as the official report).
The official NDLD Register annual report, as tabled in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland, can be accessed through Queensland Parliament's tabled papers website database.