If the Liberals win the election this Saturday a re-elected Premier Peter Gutwein says his government will be ready to hit the ground running and "get straight back on the job to deliver our plan to Secure Tasmania's Future".
Mr Gutwein said in the first 100 days his government would immediately be implementing their policies for health, construction, highway upgrades, the North West Regional Hospital redevelopment, the Mersey Community Hospital and the Tamar River dredging program.
"We held firm during the COVID crisis, and together with Tasmanians, we have helped our State become one of the safest places in the world," Mr Gutwein said.
"As a result, jobs are being created and our economy is growing again, and has been named the number one economy in Australia for the fifth quarter running," he said.
"This is strong vindication of our economic management during COVID-19, and our Plan to Secure Tasmania's Future."
Some of the key top jobs in the first 100 days include the recruitment of additional staff to start dwindling down the elective surgery waiting lists, which will help thousands of sick and pained Tasmanians who have been waiting for a long time for surgeries outside of this election period.
Health is a major area they say they will tackle if re-elected, with planning for the North-West Regional Hospital, Mersey Community Hospital and Launceston General Hospital redevelopments to be started by the end of the 100 days.
Mr Gutwein said they will also convene the Health Staff Recruitment Taskforce, which is aimed at addressing staffing shortages that the health system staff have been begging for.
In the construction area, he said they would convene the first roundtable with industry to boost construction jobs by 25 per cent, and they would also get to work on the Building Projects Support Program to get stalled and shovel-ready projects off the ground and create jobs.
He said they would also establish a Job Ready Fund to help job seekers with the essential tools they need to get a job.
"This election is close, and while Labor cannot possibly win majority government, they might be able to cobble together a minority government with the Greens and independents," he said.
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