Once the Premier, Mr P Beattie, announced his pending resignation, I followed up my unanswered letters:
Please be kind enough to take the time, before you leave office on Thursday, to acknowledge this letter and my previous two letters, dated 9 August 2007 and 30 August 2007…
You promised Queenslanders that if they wanted to ‘blow the whistle’ they could approach any Member of Parliament. I have approached many of your team, including yourself, who have proved to be unwilling to expose the fact that, contrary to her statement to the ADCQ, Ms Mason was aware of the extent of my disability and, contrary to her statement to me, she was not authorized by the Department of Workplace Health and Safety to place a restriction on the footwear I specifically required for my disability.
No one was willing to expose the irrefutable fact that it was Ms Mason’s unauthorized restriction, placed on the footwear I required for my disability, which rendered me incapacitated and ultimately forced me to resign my nursing position of 13 years.
My concerns are for the continuing lack of transparency within QH…I will ask again that as you are fully aware of those facts which conflict with the investigation purportedly conducted by the Workplace Investigations Unit, you use your power to ensure the integrity of the Public Service Commissioner’s given reason for his decision not to investigate.
I believe it is within the jurisdiction of the Public Service Commissioner to address those facts; to either refute or expose them before he closes the file to conceal the cover-up.
Please take the time to resolve the Workplace Investigations Unit’s cover-up of those facts before you leave office."
I also requested a formal review of the Public Service Commissioner's decision, not to investigate the accuracy of the findings of the Workplace Investigations Unit: