Mackay hospital construction strike indefinite, after two members of the engineering team lost their lives in the accident in November 2009.
The contractor – which had previously completed a project for which the Government had promised $300 million – said it was ready to resume operations as soon as funding was approved.
The government, however, failed to do so and the job remains under construction.
The minister, who arrive예스카지노d at Mackay hospital on Wednesday from Canberra to seek the resignations of two members of the engineering team who were killed on November 27, declined to name the two workers as he was still trying to find a way to cover what was believed to be the main reason for delays in repairing the hospital’s facilities.
“All my inquiries are being undertaken,” Mr Baird said.
“I have got all the information as I can and that will come out later and so I’m going to do everything that I can to try and get the truth.”
He said he hop더킹카지노ed that a committee he had set up could recommend him a replacement, but he refused to provide any details or release any documents in advance of such an announcement.
He said he was trying to establish why work had stalled and offered to meet with the head of the Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union at the union office on Monday.
“I am trying to work with the union, because I think it’s important that the process be done in a thorough way.”
Mr Baird is seeking the resignations of the two members, both of whom were employed by Westpac, who worked at other Australian banks and a variety of other corporate and government companies.
It is understood Mr Baird wan예스카지노ted to bring them on board and also seek the resignation of Ian MacDonald, who oversaw the work done in the hospital after the devastating quake.
Mr Baird has long denied knowing the exact cause of the deaths, telling the ABC a “matter of hours” before he was informed of the tragedy he was “pretty confident” the deaths were caused by an industrial accident.
In a statement to the ABC he said: “I accept this is a difficult time and will not discuss the details of that or any further at this time.”
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