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Question: Adelaide Football Club

The Hon. T.A. FRANKS: The minister would be well aware that on 21 July he provided an answer to my previous question on this topic to the effect that SafeWork SA had confirmed that:

No notifications or complaints against the Adelaide Football Club in relation to their pre-season camp in 2018 have been received by SafeWork SA. SafeWork SA is looking into the matter and no further information can be shared at this stage.

The SafeWork statement came some years after, of course, the AFL, through their integrity unit, found that the Crows camp had 'no breach of industry rules'. My questions to the minister are: is there an update? Has SafeWork SA progressed further in any investigation? Is SafeWork SA satisfied with the AFL's industry rules to safeguard against the psychological harm of players that may have occurred in this case?

The Hon. R.I. LUCAS (Treasurer) (15:26): I'm happy to take the honourable member's question on notice. I do believe that SafeWork SA has progressed. At the very least they have made, or are making, further inquiries in relation to the issues that the honourable member has addressed in her question and previous questions, but as to how far they have advanced with those inquiries, I will take advice and provide her with an answer.

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