Mr M O'BRIEN (Malvern—Leader of the Opposition):
My question is to the Minister for Planning. As the minister responsible for the Victorian Cladding Taskforce, you would be aware that dangerous combustible cladding has been identified on a number of public buildings, including 13 Victorian governments schools. With remediation works not expected to be completed until September of this year have all parents and staff at these schools been informed of the risk to them and their children’s safety by attending a school with dangerous combustible cladding?
Mr M O'BRIEN (Malvern—Leader of the Opposition): On a supplementary to the minister, as the minister responsible for the Victorian Cladding Taskforce, you would also be aware that among the public things I referred to in my substantive question are eight hospitals, including the Royal Women’s, Royal Melbourne and Casey hospitals, which have been built with dangerous combustible cladding. Minister, what action have you taken to ensure that all staff and patients treated at these hospitals are aware of any risks to their safety posed by this cladding?