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Dreamworld inspection comes back clear

AAP logoAAP 24/11/2016 Anna Hitchings

A thorough inspection of Dreamworld by authorities has found no guest safety issues in any of its 34 rides.

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland (WHSQ) inspectors examined all slides and rides at WhiteWater World and Dreamworld and concluded there were no concerns relating to guest safety.

The news was welcomed by Dreamworld chief executive Craig Davidson, who said safety was of "paramount concern" to those running the Gold Coast adventure parks.

"We are unswervingly committed to go well beyond legislative requirements to ensure every one of our 24 rides and 10 water slides at Dreamworld and WhiteWater World exceed even the most stringent of safety measures," Mr Davidson said.

WHSQ only issued Dreamworld notices for minor improvements and procedures.

Recommendations included using durable tags on electrical equipment and requiring staff to wear protective equipment while handling pool chemicals.

Dreamworld has addressed or is addresing all 10 issues.

The result of the inspection comes one month after four people lost their lives on the Thunder River Rapids ride on October 25.

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