Further hospital fire safety tests ordered

July 12, 2017

More fire testing must be done on Brisbane's Princess Alexandra Hospital cladding.

Further testing has been ordered to establish whether or not cladding used on one of Queensland's biggest hospitals is fire-retardant after initial results were inconclusive.

Housing and Public Works Minister Mick de Brenni announced last month the discovery of potentially non-fire retardant cladding on Brisbane's Princess Alexandra Hospital.

His office was due to receive test results last week, however additional tests are now under way after primary results were uncertain.

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