Y2K readiness on show

MAJOR national and state utilities and key service providers will disclose the position for their Year 2000 preparedness in a series of infrastructure forums to be staged around Australia in coming weeks.

Key services to be discussed include telecommunications, electricity, water and banking.

Aimed at business and government executives, the forums will also provide delegates from industry the opportunity to discuss some of their concerns surrounding the continuity of supply for essential services.

Attendance at the forums is by invitation only. However, places have been secured for Property Council members at the Perth forum on 12 August. To register, phone 1800 154 212.

Also on Y2K, recent discussions between the Property Council and Senator Ian Campbell uncovered the Federal Government’s need to be convinced of the property

sector’s Y2K readiness.

As a result, the Property Council will shortly be conducting a voluntary survey to be presented to the Federal Government to ascertain the level of Y2K contingency

planning undertaken by the property industry.

l Joe Lenzo is executive director of the WA Branch of the Property Council of Australia.

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