A. the employment and investment in insulation production and manufacturing resulting from the program;
B. what advice was provided to the Government on safety matters, particularly in relation to fire and electrocution risks and to what degree the Government acted on this advice.
C. the costs and benefits of extending the scheme to include other energy efficiency products including wall and floor insulation, draft stoppers and window treatments;
D. the costs and benefits of changing or extending the scheme to make small and medium sized businesses eligible for installations;
E. the extent to which imported insulation products met Australian standards and the method used to make that determination; and
F. what advice was provided to the Government on occupational health and safety matters, particularly in relation to training for installers; including:
i. to what degree the Government acted on this advice; and
ii. identification and examination of fires and electrical incidents resulting from the Government's Home Insulation Program.